Concerts in 2000

January 16, 2000
Embry Hills United Methodist Church
Atlanta, Georgia

Program

Concerto in D major for Lute and Strings, Antonio Vivaldi
Cantata: “Tritt auf die Glaubensbahn”, BWV 152, J. S. Bach
Lute Duets of John Johnson
Laveche Pavan and Galliard
Short Allmain
“The hunt is up”
Chaconne in f minor, Georg Philipp Telemann
Arpeggio, Ceccona, Giovanni Zamboni
Concerto in d minor for lute, viola d’amore and strings, Vivaldi

Featured

Lyle Nordstrom, Director, lute, theorbo and recorder
Paul O’Dette, lute and archlute
Scott McCormick, viola d’amore
Leila Lazenby, soprano
David Tadlock, bass-baritone

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April 9, 2000
Magnificat! A Celebration of the Music of Johann Sebastian Bach
with the Clayton State Collegiate Chorale and Clayton State Camerata
Spivey Hall, Clayton State Univeristy,
Morrow, Georgia

Program

Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV 1069, J. S. Bach
Cantata: “Erwünschtes Freudenlich“, BWV 184, J. S. Bach

Featured Soloists

Lyle Nordstrom, Director, Clayton Camerata
Shaun Amos, Conductor, Clayton State Collegiate Chorale
Alan Bennett, tenor
Daniel Bubeck, countertenor
Ellen Hargis, soprano
David Tadlock, baritone

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April 16, 2000
Messiah, Handel
with the Intown Community Church Choir
Intown Community Church (PCA),
Atlanta, Georgia

Program

Selections from Parts II and III

Featured Soloists

Ted Huddleston, Director, Intown Church Choir
Daniel Pyle, Resident Director, harpsichord and organ

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September 30, 2000
with Baroque Dancers
Spivey Hall, Clayton State University, Morrow, Georgia

October 1, 2000
with Baroque Dancers
Hugh Hodgson Concert Hall, Performing Arts Center
University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia

October 8, 2000
with Baroque Dancers
Opperman Music Hall, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida

Program

From Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme, Jean-Baptiste Lully
Entrée d’Apolon from Le Triomphe de l’Amour, Lully
Passacaille pour une femme from Armide, Lully
Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G major, BWV 1048, J. S. Bach
“A Pastoral Suite”, selections from Lully, James Paisible, Marin Marais, Anonymous, André Campra
Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 in B-flat major, BWV 1051, J. S Bach
Ballet des Fleurs from Les Indes Galantes, Jean-Philippe Rameau

Featured Soloists

Lyle Nordstrom, Director, theorbo, guitar
Paige Whitley-Baugess, dance and choreography
Thomas Baird, dance and choreography
Karen Clarke, violin
Valerie Prebys, violin
Joanna Blendulf, cello
Melissa Brewer, violin
Scott McCormick, viola

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November 11, 2000
The Passion According to St. John
with the Emory University Concert Choir
Glenn Memorial Auditorium, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia

Program

The Passion According to St. John, BWV 245, J. S. Bach

Featured Soloists

Lyle Nordstrom, director, theorbo, lute
Eric Nelson, Director, Emory University Concert Choir
Alan Bennett, tenor
Joel Frederiksen, bass
Thomas Barrett, baritone
Julianne Baird, soprano
Nanette Soles, mezzo soprano
Steven Ng, tenor

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