Concert Season 2014-2015: The Mystery Solved

with guests Derek Conrod and Joe Sharp
Sunday, January 18th, 2015

Have you ever watched a horn player perform and wondered how on earth they change the pitch of their instruments with only 3 keys? Well, if you think that’s hard, it gets a whole lot crazier with the natural horn and zero keys.Tafelmusik’s principal horn Derek Conrod and his protégé, Joe Sharp join NBBP with a virtuosic concerto for 2 horns by Vivaldi, as well as excerpts from Handel’s Water Music. Along the way they promise to solve the mystery of the valveless horn in a surprising demonstration that will leave you awestruck and thinking “How do they DO that??” Not to be outdone, the NBBP strings will offer a Vivaldi double violin concerto of their own as well as a sparkling string sinfonia by Johann Stamitz.


  • Regular and Seniors – $25
  • Students (*with ID) FREE (LIMITED NUMBERS OF TICKETS — only 50 tickets available on a first-come/reserve-basis)


  • Sunday, January 18th, 2015


  • 3:00PM


  • The Church of St. John The Evangelist (Anglican)