Live Baroque Music "To Survive Melancholy" - Pawel Siwczak, harpsichord
In collaboration with Bach Club, Pawel Siwczak, concert artist, harpsichordist and a teacher at the Royal Academy of Music, each week chooses one or two works from baroque repertoire, introduces them and then performs live. The title of the series is inspired by a piece that Johann Jakob Froberger wrote in 17-century in London “Pour passer la melancholi” (original spelling) and which so adequately captures the moods of many of us during these days of isolation.
In this episode, part of Chelsea Fringe Festival, Pawel will play a selection of “Keyboard Fruit” - fragments from Graupner’s Montaliche Klavier Früchte.
Live Every Friday at 7.30pm (BST) (see links at the bottom of the page) and available to watch any time after an event. Duration 15-20min.
Please check the details on https://pawelsiwczak.com/live/ or @baroquepawel on all social media.
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