Don’t Go Baroquing My Heart

09 February 2024 - 7:30 pm St. Paul's United Church



Get swept away by one of the most popular classical pieces of all time: Bach’s Concerto in D Minor for 2 violins, played by a truly talented TBSO couple, Christopher Stork and Kimberly Durflinger. Thunder Bay Symphony Chorus takes the stage for Bach’s unforgettable cantata “Nach Dir, Herr, verlanget mich”, which translates roughly to “For you, Lord, is my desire.” On top of that, we get to hear a Baroque-inspired contemporary jewel, “Baroque Melting” by Vivian Fung. And it doesn’t stop there! Featuring pieces by Purcell, Gluck, and Rebel, this concert promises to be a wild emotional ride – and a good time!

Purcell – Selections from The Fairy Queen
Bach – Concerto in D minor for two violins – Christopher Stork & Kimberly Durflinger
Vivaldi – La Follia Trio Sonata in D Minor
Fung – Baroque Melting
Rebel – Les Élémens


Christopher Stork, violin

Kimberly Durflinger, violin

Thunder Bay Symphony Chorus

Funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation.