Fifteen of Ireland’s finest young string, wind, and harpsichord musicians have been selected to play in this year’s Irish Youth Baroque Orchestra – a week-long music course where young musicians with a penchant for historical performance practice can hone their talents under the guidance of artistic director Claire Duff and other baroque specialists from the Irish Baroque Orchestra. The course will this year culminate in a concert in St Ann’s Church, Dawson Street, Dublin on Saturday 27 July at 5 pm. The programme for the 2019 concert series focuses on baroque dance music, in all its wondrous forms and guises and will include Corelli’s Concerto Grosso in F major, Handel’s Passacaille in G major and Ouverture ‘La Bizarre’ in G major by Georg Philipp Telemann.