to while away one’s melancholy

ANDREAS STAIER, harpsichord

On melancholy in Baroque music…

Drawing on CLÉRAMBAULT, Louis COUPERIN, D’ANGLEBERT, FISHER and FROBERGER, Andreas Staier plumbs the depths of musical registers that both express profound sadness and propose a kind of acoustic argument about vanity, art and music. This internationally acclaimed harpsichordist is one of the most influential musicians in his field. He has brought the art of performing this repertoire to its peak.

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Bourgie Concert Hall
1339 Sherbrooke Street West,
Montréal, Québec
H3G 2E8