The Bach International Bach Chamber Music Festival is sponsored by Baroque music this weekend. On Tuesday, November 13, the European Baroque Orchestra will perform for the first time at the opening concert of the Little Guild. The main attractions of the festival are the French Baroque and music of the countries celebrating the 25th century.
The European Baroque Orchestra is home to Antwerp, where young musicians gather to master the special musical skills required for this genre under the guidance of the world's leading baroque artists. Their speeches are really predictable.
This is a special youth orchestra. It's like a school where they learn and enjoy the beauty of baroque music. It includes young people from France, Poland, Spain, Romania, Italy and other European countries.
"I was French, so I was asked to create a French baroque music program, playing the music of seventeenth-century composer Henri Kempre, coming from meurovination, like me," says a baroque violinist, conductor from France, Amandine Beijing.
"Baroque is like pop music, only from ancient times – rhythmic, simple and direct," she adds, "not only by distinguished musicians, but also by street musicians."
What do young people intend to play baroque music?
"The most interesting thing is to play baroque music not like" museum value, "but with a contemporary approach, people tend to think the baroque is foreign and distant, but in fact it is popular music and everyone," says the baroque musician.
"First of all, it attracts the beauty of music, aesthetics and nice melodies.If you are familiar with the instrumental techniques and gestures of that period, you can enjoy the audience," says the Baroque musician, Elastist from Lithuania and Israel, Nathaniel.