Music in the Chapel: Flying Forms
Sunday, March 8, 2020 | 3 - 4 p.m.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for this event!
Join us for baroque chamber music in the intimate and beautiful Lakewood Memorial Chapel, featuring Flying Forms. Performing "Violin Sonatas of the High Baroque" on period instruments, Flying Forms will present a concert of exciting and beautiful violin sonatas from the High Baroque (mid- to late 17th century), including works by Handel, one of the most famous baroque composers.
About Flying Forms
Flying Forms is a baroque chamber music ensemble based in Saint Paul. Heard regularly on Minnesota Public Radio, they have also performed at these notable venues and series: New York’s Symphony Space, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Twin Cities Early Music Festival, the DaeJeon Baroque music festival in Seoul, South Korea, and the Boston Early Music Festival. The group also presents at The Baroque Room, a performance space the group created in 2011. Members include Marc Levine, baroque violin, Tulio Rondón, baroque cello and viola da gamba, and Tami Morse, harpsichord.
Program: Handel - Sonata in F Major, HWV 370 Eccles - Sonata No. 11 in G Minor Veracini - Sonata in E Minor, Op. 2, No. 8 Handel - Sonata in D Major, HWV 371
Doors open at 2 p.m.
When you arrive, check in at the welcome table in the Chapel foyer. Seating is general admission. We invite you to arrive early and take a self-guided tour of the Lakewood Chapel before the concert. Free tour brochures will be available in the chapel foyer.
The Chapel is located a short distance from our main entrance at 36th Street & Hennepin Ave. in Minneapolis. Proceed straight ahead after you enter the front gates and look for the building with the red roof. Signage will point the way.
Parking is available along roads near the building, including reserved spaces for handicap parking.
The Lakewood Chapel — one of our city’s most beloved architectural treasures — is an intimate setting that seats about 160. Because of its incredible beauty and historical significance, it is a popular place for end-of-life ceremonies, weddings, concerts, tours and other celebrations of beauty, art and remembrance. See what others say about the Music in the Chapel concert series.
Dedicated in 1910, the Chapel was modeled after the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul by prominent Minneapolis architect Harry Wild Jones. Its 10-million piece mosaic interior, created by New York designer Charles Lamb, features a 40-foot high dome ringed with stained glass windows and 12 mosaic angels.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Chapel is one of the finest examples of Byzantine mosaic architecture in the country. Learn more about the Lakewood Chapel.
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