Early music for modern audiences

Now in our 13th season of world-class concerts

Early music for modern audiences

Now in our 13th season of world-class concerts

Our next concert

Bach & Bach
March 18, 2018  @ 4 pm

Beiliang Zhu, cello & viola da gamba, plays Bach on both instruments, plus Couperin.
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Leon Schelhase, harpsichord
Deborah Fox, theorbo

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2017-2018 Concert Series

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Monteverdi’s 450th

October 22, 2017
@ 4 pm

We celebrate the 450th birthday of this 17th century giant with a program of his dramatic and expressive madrigals, and virtuoso instrumental music by his contemporaries.

Laura Heimes, soprano
Virginia Warnken, mezzo-soprano
David Morris, cello & lirone
Daniel Swenberg, Deborah Fox, lutes & theorbo

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Bagatelles & Impromptus

December 3, 2017
@ 4 pm

NEXT!!!  David Breitman, fortepiano. Masterworks from the 1820’s by Beethoven and Schubert, performed on an instrument of the period. The program includes Beethoven’s Bagatelles, op. 126 as well as his Sonata in E major, op. 109; plus Schubert’s Impromptus op. 90. David Breitman is equally at home with the fortepiano and the modern piano, and enjoys […]

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Loves me; Loves me not

January 21, 2018
@ 4 pm

Love is all there is…even in early music! We present a varied program of music about love. Music of Merula, Purcell, Vivaldi, and others, and including Handel’s recently discovered virtuosic Gloria.  

Laura Heimes, soprano
Deborah Fox, theorbo
Naomi Gregory, harpsichord

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Bach & Bach

March 18, 2018
@ 4 pm

Beiliang Zhu, cello & gamba, plays Bach on both instruments, plus Couperin. 

Beiliang Zhu, cello & viola da gamba
Leon Schelhase, harpsichord
Deborah Fox, theorbo

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Fanfare & Filigree

April 22, 2018
@ 4 pm

This program of music for winds and strings celebrates the new peace of early 18th century Europe; music by Zelenka, Hasse, Marais, and others.  

Leon Schelhase, harpsichord
Deborah Fox, theorbo
Meg Owens, oboe
Rebecca Humphrey Diederich, cello & viola da gamba

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The happy musicians of Monteverdi’s 450th: (l-r, above): Boel Gidholm, Vita Wallace, Dan Swenberg, David Morris, Laura Heimes, Deborah Fox, Shari Alise Wilson, Steven Hrycelak, Andrew Fuchs, Virginia Warnken, Jonas Budris

Pegasus Rising

Talented New Artists

A new concert series featuring young up-and-coming virtuosos of the early music world. Casual, cool, accessible, free!


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