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YOUNG PEOPLE’S CONCERT
SAT NOV 19 3:00PM
*YOUNG PEOPLE’S CONCERT
Located in the heart of downtown Portland, First Baptist Church has an intimate and beautiful atmosphere with great acoustics. The entrance to First Baptist for our concerts is on the corner of SW 12th and Taylor St (1110 SW Taylor St at 12th).
First Baptist is handicap accessible for seating on the main floor through the entrance on SW 12th between Salmon and Taylor. Please contact us at 503-222-6000 for wheelchair seating. Please note that there are no elevators to the balcony level. Therefore, those who are mobility impaired or have difficulty with stairs should select seating on the main floor, which is available in all price categories.
Parking: There is no free parking lot for First Baptist Church. All parking lots require payment, or you will be ticketed. There are several pay lots located on 11th and 12th Avenues, and a Smart Park garage within a few blocks on SW 10th Avenue (across from the Library). On-street parking is metered until 7 pm. Please allow yourself sufficient time to find parking, or better yet, use public transportation. The Streetcar and Max both have stops very close to the venue.
Public Transit: Streetcar (SW 11th & Taylor), Bus Lines 15 & 51 (SW Salmon & 12th), MAX Blue & Red line (Central Library) visit TriMet for details.
Available for Purchase:
J.S. Bach: Concertos for One, Two and Three Violins
After 2010’s gorgeous “Flights of Fancy”, named Record of the Year by The New Yorker, leading period ensemble Portland Baroque Orchestra releases its latest recording of concertos for one, two, and three violins by J. S. Bach. Award-winning baroque violinist and artistic director Monica Huggett leads Portland Baroque violinists Carla Moore, Rob Diggins, Jolianne Einem, and Adam LaMotte. This collection one part of Bach’s creative output in Leipzig’s Collegium Musicum combines his idiomatic concertos for violin with reconstructions: concertos Bach originally wrote for violin, reverse-engineered from later arrangements made for other instruments. Extensive liner notes by Jude Ziliak; produced by award-winning producer and Baroque oboist Gonzalo X. Ruiz and Stephen Schultz.
J.S. Bach: Concertos for Oboe and Oboe d’amore
The first recording by world-renowned oboist Gonzalo X. Ruiz of five concertos by J.S. Bach for oboe and oboe d’amore. Studio recording with Portland Baroque Orchestra in fall 2013, the CD features PBO artistic director Monica Huggett leading the ensemble and performing as soloist on the C minor concerto for Violin and Oboe with Ruiz.
About This Recording
J.S. Bach: Saint John Passion
Monica Huggett has produced numerous best-selling and acclaimed recordings for Avie, notably the Grammy®-nominated Bach Orchestral Suites, which made the Top 10 of Billboard’s Traditional Classical Chart. This ear-opening version, Monica claims, restored Suite No. 2 to its original instrumentation. She makes a similar case with her new recording of Bach s Saint John Passion, placing oboes where we typically hear flutes and arguing that Bach s original score was produced during his early years in Leipzig, where flutes were unavailable to him.
Vivaldi: The Four Seasons and Op. 11
Features Monica Huggett playing Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, as well as new recordings of concertos from Opus 11.