$15 general, $10 students, suggested donation
Cal Poly is hosting music celebration featuring Baroque Dresden — capital of Saxony and seat of the royal court — for which much of the Mass in B Minor was composed. The concert will include instrumental music performed by members of the world-class period-instrument ensemble Tesserae Baroque — Andrew McIntosh, violin; Heesun Choi, violin; Leif Woodward, cello; and Ian Pritchard, harpsichord — and guest artist Paul Sherman, oboe. Two works for solo voice and small instrument ensemble featuring guest artists Rebecca Myers, soprano, and Matthew Goinz, baritone, will round out the program. Come to the pre-concert lecture at 7 p.m. by Paul T. Brobeck.