In the News – Dr. Phillip W. Serna Featured with New Comma Baroque on WUIS Public Radio, June 12, 2013

WUIS/ NPR from the Suggs Performance  Studio - New Comma Baroque, May 30th, 2013

On June 12th, 2013, WUIS Springfield released Karl Scroggin’s May 30th preview performance of New Comma Baroque’s Peoria Bach Festival program ‘Telemann’s Travels: The Eclecticism, Diversity, and Virtuosity of Telemann‘ via iTunes.  This performance includes Telemann’s  Quartet No.2 in a-minor from Nouveaux quatuors en six suites a une flute traversiere, un violon, une basse de viole ou violoncelle et basse (Paris, 1738), the delightful “Gulliver’s Travels” Suite for Two Violins,  the Concerto No.2 in D-Major, TWV 43:D1 from Six quatuors a violon, flute, viole ou violoncello et basse continue (Hamburg, 1730, Paris 1736),  the Fantasie in C-Major for Harpsichord, TWV 33:14, the Fantasia No.7 in D-Major for Flute without Bass, TWV 40:2-13 and the Concerto No.2 in D-Major, TWV 43:D1 from Six quatuors a violon, flute, viole ou violoncello et basse continue (Hamburg, 1730, Paris, 1736).

Performers: Matthew C. Cataldi & Peter Lekx, Baroque violins, Leighann R. Daihl, traverso, Phillip W. Serna, viola da gamba & Emily J. Katayama, harpsichord

For more information on New Comma Baroque’s program, sample Telemann’s Travels: The Eclecticism, Diversity, and Virtuosity of Telemann. For more information about WUIS Springfield, please visit http://www.wuis.org/.

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