Piccolo Spoleto brings Early Music to Beaufort

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Three Piccolo Spoleto concerts of Early Music will be performed in Beaufort over the next three weeks. 

Saturday, May 25, The Virtuoso Spanish Guitar Through the Ages: 7 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 1201 North Street, Beaufort, $25, cash or check only at the door.

Award-winning guitarist Marco Sartor takes us on a musical journey illustrating the genius of Spanish guitar. This program covers four centuries of masterpieces, including iconic works by Fernando Sor, Francisco Tarrega, Isaac Albeniz and others. 

Sunday, June 2, Vivaldi’s Four Seasons: 3 p.m. Baptist Church of Beaufort, 601 Charles Street, $25 cash or check only at the door. 

Featuring one of the most monumental works of all time, Charleston Baroque, an ensemble including members of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra, presents these four concertos, each representing a season.

Sunday, June 9, The Virtuoso Recorder with Steve Rosenberg: 3 p.m. at the Verdier House, 801 Beaufort, $25, cash or check only at the door (limited seating).

This unique program features music for the recorder and harpsichord. Performer Steve Rosenberg covers music from the medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque eras accompanied by Julia Harlow on harpsichord. 

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