The MSO’s Water Festival continues with Rameau’s Suite from Naïs, his French Baroque opera depicting the sea god Neptune’s love story with the eponymous water nymph. We then transition to Italian Baroque as the MSO’s own Ilana Setapen and Jennifer Bouton Schaub each perform an elegant Vivaldi concerto. Handel’s jubilant Water Music, originally written for performance on the River Thames for King George I, fills Allen-Bradley Hall with gorgeous flowing melody.