Politics may have prompted Chicago’s nickname, but wind and water are at the heart of its identity. Dame Jane Glover leads a program impishly inspired by our hometown, including a suite from Handel’s grand Water Music. Music of the Baroque's wind and horn principals move center stage in Hummel’s Bassoon Concerto and Mozart’s fourth Horn Concerto. Symphonies by Joseph Bologne and Joseph Haydn, both members of the mysterious Freemason Society, add to the intrigue.

HANDEL | Water Music Suite No. 3 in G Major, HWV 350
HUMMEL | Bassoon Concerto in F Major
BOLOGNE | Symphony No. 2 in D Major
MOZART | Horn Concerto No. 4 in E-flat Major, K.495
HAYDN | Symphony No. 96 in D Major (Miracle)

Music of the Baroque Orchestra
Dame Jane Glover, conductor
William Buchman, bassoon
Oto Carrillo, horn