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Presented By Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra & Chorale

Corelli the Godfather
The Corleone of the Concerto
Wednesday, March 7 | 8 pm
ODC Theater
3153 17th St, San Francisco

Join renowned Music Director of the Academy of Ancient Music and harpsichordist Richard Egarr as well as members of the Orchestra for PBO SESSIONS: Corelli the Godfather, The Corleone of the Concerto for an evening of concerto intrigue! The 90-minute deep-dive will shed light on what became the most important instrumental compositional techniques still in use today. Arcangelo Corelli was prolific, wealthy, and powerful, and his legacy – the concerto – lives on.

This exciting program includes works by Corelli and Handel and a few musical surprises, accompanied by riotous repartee with Richard. Afterwards, join us for complimentary wine and a chance to meet the musicians. 

Richard Egarr, conductor and organ


$25 General Admission

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A Different Kind Of Classical Music Experience

Each PBO SESSIONS program is unique. Conductors and artists take audiences on a guided and deconstructed tour of music, social and political history, and art. The 90-minute program includes multimedia presentations and intimate dialogue from the stage in addition to performances of incredible orchestral and vocal music. PBO SESSIONS is for anyone on the musical spectrum looking for an informative and lively experience with an opportunity to engage with extraordinary artists up close and personal.

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The Waverley Fund

Host Committee

Adam Bier, Steve John, Jason Snyder, and John Thorpe

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