Topic: Early Music at Juilliard April 12,2012 featuring wind instruments

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OBOIST GONZALO RUIZ LEADS JUILLIARD415 IN "THE SPLENDORS OF DRESDEN" SHOWCASING THE WINDS OF JUILLIARD415 WITH WORKS BY J.S. BACH, FASCH, HEINICHEN, AND TELEMANN ON THURSDAY, APRIL 12 AT 8 PM IN JUILLIARD'S WILLSON THEATER

Juilliard Historical Performance faculty member, oboist Gonzalo Ruiz, leads Juilliard415 on Thursday, April 12 at 8 PM in Juilliard’s intimate Willson Theater in a free concert showcasing the winds of Juilliard415. The program, entitled “The Splendors of Dresden,” features Telemann’s Suite in E Minor from Tafelmusik, TWV 55:e1; J.S. Bach’s Oboe Concerto in D Minor, BWV 1059; Johann David Heinichen’s Concerto con Violino, Oboe, e Traverso in G Major; Telemann’s Septet (Concerto) for three oboes, three violin and continuo in B-flat Major, TWV 44:43; and Johann Friedrich Fasch’s  Suite in G Major, FaWV K:G12.

Extremely, limited FREE tickets will be available beginning March 29 at the Janet and Leonard Kramer Box Office at Juilliard. Box Office hours are Monday through Friday from 11 AM to 6 PM. For further information, call (212) 769-7406 or go to www.juilliard.edu.

Juilliard415 musicians performing on this concert are: Antonio Campillo Santos and Emi Ferguson (flute); Mr. Ruiz with Kristin Olson and Brandon Labadie (oboe); Nathan Helgeson and Clayton Zeller-Townson (bassoon); Jude Ziliak and Tatiana Daubek (violin); Kyle Miller (viola); Beiliang Zhu (cello); Wen Yang (double Bass); and Elena Zamolodchikova (harpsichord).

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