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Prof. Allison Edberg Performs Thursday in Early Music Festival

Prof. Allison Edberg Performs Thursday in Early Music Festival

May 21, 2002

May 21, 2002, Greencastle, Ind. - Allison Edberg, assistant professor of music (viola) at DePauw University, is performing with Ensemble Mirable, a San Francisco-based group which is featured in this year's Bloomington Early Music Festival. You can see Ensemble Mirable this Thursday night, May 23, at 8 p.m. in Auer Hall, located at Jordan and 3rd Streets in Bloomington, Indiana.

Professor Edberg says, "I'm really excited about the concert because my colleagues are terrific and the music is beautiful." Featuring guest countertenor Jay White, Ensemble Mirable will perform a program of French and Italian baroque music, including cantatas by Bononcini, vocal works by Handel, trio sonatas by Turini and Corelli, a cello sonata by Triemer, and a suite for harpsichord by Le Roux.

For more information on the concert and the Bloomington Early Music Festival click here.

Allison Edberg has toured the country and recorded on the Electra CD label with Apollo's Fire (the Cleveland Baroque Orchestra), performing and recording on the Baroque viola. She was a featured soloist in Bach's Sixth Bardenburg Concerto with the Terre Haute Symphony where she has served as principal violist. Edberg has also performed with the Washington Bach Consort, the Baroque ensemble Olde Friends, Ensemble Qabache, the Christi Chamber Players, Chatham Baroque of Pittsburg and Les Cordes du Roy.