By LLOYD SCHWARTZ  |  April 2, 2008

The rest of the program offered a minor-key Corelli concerto grosso (Opus 6 No. 3), a lesser Vivaldi concerto for oboe (Stephen Hammer) and bassoon (Andrew Schwartz), and elegantly, setting up the Handel, a Locatelli concerto grosso called Il pianto d’Ariana (“Ariadne’s lament” — lots of bereaved ladies in 18th-century Italian music), with Stepner shining in his dual role as conductor and soloist.

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