March 13-14, 2020 | Music Hall



These concerts are canceled due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns. Ticket info.


VIVALDI: Lute Concerto
Sinfonia à 8
VIVALDI: Trio in C Major for Violin, Lute and Basso Continuo
HANDEL: Delirio Amoroso


Jonathan Cohen, conductor

Joélle Harvey, soprano
Thomas Dunford, lute


Music Hall

Ticket Prices

From $14

Concert Duration

About 2 hours, 5 minutes with intermission


This concert is part of Series 2

What's Interesting

  • Join us for a lyrical evening of music by Baroque masters Handel and Vivaldi, plus delight in the daring of Zelenka’s bohemian style.
  • Rejected in life, rejected in death, the heroine of Handel’s Delirio Amoroso ("The Delirium of Love") makes a one-way journey to the underworld.
  • Handel was greatly admired by other composers. Referring to an edition of Handel’s scores, Beethoven said, “There is the truth.”
  • Want to extend the fun? CSO Night/Light starts at 10:30 pm on Sat March 14 and features the two soloists from this program in an intimate cabaret-style setting.
  • Music For All: $10 first-timer tickets and Pay What You Wish discounts available for the Fri March 13 performance.
  • We are discontinuing the re-use of programs by recycling after one use, and we have made a digital program available.

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