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Baroque music at its most flamboyant, alongside later sounds inspired by it – and the ideal opportunity for Maxim Emelyanychev to raise the roof with his exuberant passions as both conductor and harpsichord soloist. 

Telemann introduces us to a forerunner of the clarinet in his soulful Concerto, while Bach and Corelli’s own concertos are shot through with propulsive energy and sparkling interplay. 

Nearer our own times, Respighi makes Baroque lute tunes glitter all the more brightly in his kaleidoscopic orchestral reimaginings, while Glass and Vaughan Williams steer us towards moving contemplation in their powerful, spiritual pieces. 

Maxim Emelyanychev Conductor/harpsichord 
Katherine Spencer Chalumeau 
William Stafford Chalumeau 

CORELLI  Concerto Grosso in B-flat Op 6 No 11 
TELEMANN Concerto in D minor for two Chalmeaux 
BACH Triple Concerto in D, BWV 1064R  
GLASS Harpsichord Concerto    
RESPHIGI Ancient Airs and Dances: Suite No 1 
VAUGHAN WILLIAMS Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis

Kindly supported by Colin and Sue Buchan 

Presented by The Scottish Chamber Orchestra

SCO 23/24: Maxim's Baroque Inspirations