Flute and Harpsichord
Written by Shalev Ad-El And Eva Amsler
World-renown flautist Eva Amsler and harpsichordist Shalev Ad-El will perform Baroque masterpieces in the magnificent setting at the Colonial Art Museum in La Antigua Guatemala on August 18 at 6 p.m. The program will include works by Telemann, W.F. Bach, Corelli, J.S. Bach and C.P.E. Bach. After the concert, guests are invited to meet the artists while enjoying a glass of wine and appetizers.
A professor of music (flute) at Florida State University, Ms. Amsler was a member of the St. Gallen Symphony Orchestra (Switzerland) for 20 years. She is also the founder of the Dorian Consort, has recorded numerous CDs and performs in concerts the world over. Her student, Karl Heinz Schutz, was nominated to be first flutist of Vienna Philharmonic.
Mr. Ad-El, professor emeritus at Boston University and Dresden, has recorded more than 80 CDs. He is the music director of the Oslo Baroque Soloists and the Baroque Ensemble Accademia Daniel and a member of Il Gardellino, Dorian Consort and Berlin Philharmonic Stradivarius Soloists. He has conducted the Berlin Symphony, the Halle Philharmonic, the Israel Radio Orchestra, the Israel Opera, the Bangkok Symphony, the Panama National Symphony, the Peruvian National Symphony and the Bogota Philharmonic.
This is the first concert of the series “Polifonia at the New World” organized by ArteAntigua-Project along with the sponsorship of the Mosaico Cultural, Adesca and the Swiss Embassy.