Chamber Music

Mercury Begins Neighborhood Concert Series

Chamber orchestra to perform at intimate venues around town.

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Mercury artistic director Antoine Plante
Mercury artistic director Antoine Plante. Photo by St. John Flynn.

Mercury, Houston’s period instrument chamber orchestra, begins a new season of neighborhood concerts this weekend performing music by Handel, Vivaldi, Geminiani and Telemann at Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church tomorrow afternoon, Saturday, October 18th, and at Dosey Doe in The Woodlands on Sunday evening.

There are more details of all of this season’s neighborhood concerts on the Mercury website.

Artistic director and conductor Antoine Plante talks with Houston Public Media’s St.John Flynn about the Mercury Neighborhood Series.

[The music heard in this interview is Mercury performing Handel’s Concerto Grosso in D minor, Op. 6 No. 10, HWV 328, from Mercury’s 2009 CD G.F. Handel, Opus 6 (HPR00621)]

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