The concert features Baroque works celebrating Christmas and saluting the arrival of winter.
What does BW stand for?
BW stands for Baroque Works
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But it's far more than a performance of some very familiar - and some not so familiar - Baroque works which sets them apart from other ensembles.
Earlier in the summer she also visited South America to make her debut with Venezuela's famed Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra, and now she has set the music world buzzing with the release of her new album, Italia, which features baroque works by Vivaldi, Tartini and the lesser-known Veracini.
The concert featured Baroque works by a selection of French composers and several extracts from cantatas by the famous German composer Johann Sebastian Bach.
In addition to the de rigueur symphonies of Beethoven he performed Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique with some regularity, and even counterbalanced those works with baroque works in a suite that Mahler arranged from two of Bach's Ouverture.
If major Canadian opera companies have done a poor job in performing the few Baroque works they have presented, several specialized presenters have demonstrated it is possible to reconcile Baroque aesthetics with modern conditions of presentation.
But he also undertook more serious explorations, making performing editions of many Renaissance and Baroque works, and creating his own compositions arising out of transcriptions of composers who might otherwise have lain forgotten.