Wine and entertaining games have been part of human life probably since biblical times.
During the baroque period, wine was so important that it was an accepted currency – some people demanded payment in wine!
In the lack of more sophisticted means of entertainment, drinking, cards playing and gambling were also extremely popular – although sometimes with dire consequences on people's lives.
Come to the concert, hear the wonderful music and learn how these things affected Bach and Telemann
Moshe Aron Epstein (baroque flute),
Myrna Herzog (viola da gamba and musical direction),
Marina Minkin (harpsichord)
Marina Katz (baroque cello)