Notes strung together with purpose by composers including Vivaldi and Bach wafted out onto Evans Street as the clouds gathered Sunday afternoon.
Peering into the windows of The Tipsy Teapot, one could make out musicians' strings and keys, wind instruments and a vocalist performing selections from the Baroque period.
More than 75 people crowded the modest performance space adjacent to Tipsy's main serving room for two hours Sunday for a concert by the North Carolina Baroque Orchestra, led by conductor Frances Blacker. Attendees listened attentively before chatting and snacking on hors d'oeuvres after a first set and, later, enjoyed coffee and dessert.
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