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Hosted by the Pacific Baroque Festival, Le Nuove Musiche 1 brings 17th century music from Naples and Rome to St. Barnabas...

Not all needs to be grand to be special. This new feature concert brings our audience to the intimate space of St Barnabas church, where Edoardo Belotti will masterfully showcase the full extent of the subtleties available on the one-manual organ built by Joseph Brombaugh. In a concert highlighting music from the Southern Italian schools of Naples and Rome, be dazzled by the works of Girolamo Frescobaldi, Bernado Storace, Giovanni Salvatore, Bernado Pasquini and Alessandro Scarlatti.

Edoardo Belotti plays the organ and harpsichord.

Tickets can be purchased on the Pacific Baroque Festival's website, for $29 to $35 each. Please note that Festival Pass holders must purchase a separate ticket for this concert, due to space limitations.

(School-age and post-secondary students: FREE entry at door with presentation of student ID or proof of enrolment.)

Doors open at 6:45pm. Pre-concert talk begins at 7pm.