Wayward Sisters bring classical music alive at St. Paul’s
Music from the 17th and 18th centuries come to life through the musical talents of the Wayward Sisters, and this Friday you can travel through time yourself as St. Paul’s Episcopal Church hosts classical music from Italy, Germany, and England.
The Wayward Sisters are an award-winning early music ensemble comprised of Beth Wenstrom on Baroque violin, Anne Timberlake on wind recorders, Anna Steinhoff on Baroque cello and the viola da gamba, and John Lenti on theorbo and guitar.
Centuries-ago classical music has been a passion for the Wayward Sisters since 2009. At a time when classical music seemed underappreciated, they travelled coast-to-coast and to cities such as Chicago and Dallas to perform their signature musical style.
With such a variety of instruments, the group performs music by composers such as Italy’s Johann Sebastian Bach, and England’s Matthew Locke. The performance selections include Bach’s “Trio Sonata in D Minor” and Locke’s “Suite No. 5 in D Minor”, both composed in the 17th century.
Despite the unfamiliarity to us living in the 21st century, the Wayward Sisters will bring a taste of times past to Chattanooga for a night. Tickets are $15 dollars at the door and $5 dollars for students.
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
305 W. 7th St.