There were no programme notes but items were eloquently introduced by Lisa Beznosiuk who acted as leader. The most vibrant aspect of the performance was David Adam's hapsichord painted in vivid peppermint green embellished with eyecatching geometric shapes. As for the music by French early baroque composers Couperin, Rameau and Marais, I found the selection a bit dull and the playing overall a bit clinical and lacking in bite particulary from the strings. This may of course have something to do with my lack of familiarity with the baroque instrument timbre but I can't say I was won over to early baroque instrumental music. I have on rare opportunities enjoyed the different sound palette that period instruments have added to baroque opera performances but while the playing was polished and assured, I did not feel the players engaged particularly well with each other, seeming very focused on their own individual parts.