Trio Amphion Baroque: The History of the Sonata @ The Arms Library

The History of the Sonata
Music of Cima, Purcell, Leclair, & Telemann.
Jesse Lepkoff  Baroque flute
Reinmar Seidler  Baroque cello
Greg Hayes  Chamber organ

Trio Amphion Baroque is made up of world class musicians who specialize in music of
the baroque. Using historically informed techniques and instruments of the period, Amphion captures the true spirit and sounds of the 18th century, music of passion and style.
Jesse Lepkoff, baroque flute, recorder, received his graduate education at the Royal
Conservatory in the Netherlands with baroque flutist Wilbert Hazelzet. His many
performances include appearances with The Smithsonian Chambers Players,The Musicians
of Swanne Alley, The Newberry Consort, Joel Fredriksen & Ensemble Phoenix, The Arcadia
Players and as a soloist with The National Symphony under the direction of Christopher
Hogwood. He has appeared at many major festivals around the world including Tanglewood, Aix en Provence, Wolf Trap, BEMF, Holland Festival Oude Muziek, Utrect, Festival d’Ile de France among others.
Gregory Hayes has taught piano and harpsichord at Dartmouth College since 1991. He is a busy chamber musician and orchestral keyboard player, and has appeared as soloist with the Springfield Symphony Orchestra. He plays harpsichord, piano, and celesta regularly for the Albany Symphony Orchestra, and has also performed with the Vermont Symphony
Orchestra, the Orchestra of St. Luke's (New York), and Arcadia Players. He has participated
often in the New England Bach Festival and Marlboro Music Festival, and on the Mohawk
Trail Concerts series.
Reinmar Seidler, cellist, performs and teaches a wide range of repertoires on both
modern and baroque cello. He has appeared as principal cellist and soloist with period
ensembles across North America and Europe, including the Handel & Haydn Society
(Boston), the Boston Camerata, Apollo’s Fire (Cleveland), Portland Baroque (Oregon),
Ensemble Arion (Montreal), Devon Baroque (UK) and the Akademie für Alte Musik
(Germany), as well as the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment (London). As conductor, he has directed the Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra, Case Western University Baroque Orchestra, Pennsylvania State College Baroque Orchestra, the Cleveland Heights Chamber Orchestra.