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August 2019

Music They Left Behind

August 24 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm EDT
Vincennes State Historic Site, 1 W Harrison Street
Vincennes, IN 47591 United States
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$5 – $7

Explore the sights, sounds and smells of colonial French Vincennes, and learn about the daily life of a French fur trader. Interact with skilled re-enactors who will share aspects of early French life, hear French music of the time period (Leighann Daihl Ragusa - flute, Stephanie Hunt - cello & gamba, Jeff Noonan guitar and lute), and learn about old French gardening techniques and more.

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A Mad, Burning Desire

August 24 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm EDT
Fairlawn House Concert, Email RSVPFairlawn@burning-river-baroque.org for address and to reserve a spot
Fairlawn, United States
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$10 – $20

The first English actresses to legally take the stage capitalized on early modern society’s fascination with mental illness and catapulted themselves to fame by portraying characters who descended violently into lovesick madness on the Restoration stage. Women were legally permitted to take the public stage in England in 1662, but this gigantic advancement for women’s rights was fraught with immense political and sexual tension. From those who decried the immorality of women performing in public to those who fetishized, courted, and…

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Concerto [molto] Grosso!

August 24 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm CDT
Redeemer Presbyterian Church, 2111 Alexander Ave.
Austin, 78722 United States
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$5 – $30

The concerto is one of the most popular and important genres of baroque music. There are concerti for solo instruments, others for groups of instruments, and some that even feature the entire orchestra! Invented by Italians and brought to perfection by Germans, concerti were written by composers from all across Europe with the intent to show off their own virtuosity, or that of a colleague or of a specific orchestra. This program will trace the history of the concerto from its beginnings…

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Next Level Recorder Retreat Southeast

August 25 - August 30
Shrinemont Conference Center, 217 Shrine Mont Circle
Orkney Springs, 22845 United States
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$490

An intensive five day retreat for intermediate to advanced recorder players who are ready to take the next step forward. Classes in articulation, tone production, finger facility, rhythm, special topics may include playing by ear, Baroque ornamentation, Renaissance ornamentation, repertoire classes, consort skills, and more.

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Concerto [molto] Grosso!

August 25 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm CDT
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 1018 E. Grayson St.
San Antonio, 78208 United States
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$5 – $25

The concerto is one of the most popular and important genres of baroque music. There are concerti for solo instruments, others for groups of instruments, and some that even feature the entire orchestra! Invented by Italians and brought to perfection by Germans, concerti were written by composers from all across Europe with the intent to show off their own virtuosity, or that of a colleague or of a specific orchestra. This program will trace the history of the concerto from its beginnings…

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September 2019

Chicago Stories

September 6 @ 6:00 pm EDT
Chopin Park, 3420 N. Long Ave.
Chicago, United States
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FREE

In 2017 and 2018, Bach + Beethoven Experience commissioned six composers to write new music for period (or “early” or “Baroque”) instruments that told the stories of Chicago’s people, neighborhoods, and communities. These were the stories and experiences of real people and communities of Chicago. They are the stories of women and immigrants, of people of color and of neighborhoods, of family and special places full of memory. You should come see us perform all the music from both years…

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Chicago Stories

September 7 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
Armour Square Park, 3309 S Shields Ave.
Chicago, IN 47404 United States
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FREE

In 2017 and 2018, Bach + Beethoven Experience commissioned six composers to write new music for period (or “early” or “Baroque”) instruments that told the stories of Chicago’s people, neighborhoods, and communities. These were the stories and experiences of real people and communities of Chicago. They are the stories of women and immigrants, of people of color and of neighborhoods, of family and special places full of memory. You should come see us perform all the music from both years…

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Die Kleine Kammermusik

September 11 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm EDT
FREE

Chamber music for flute, bassoon, and fortepiano by Haydn, Schubert, F.X. Mozart, C.P.E. Bach, Cambini, and Kleinknecht.

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Bourbon Baroque at Peerless Distillery

September 13 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDT
Kentucky Peerless Distilling Company, 120 N. 10th Street
Louisville, 40202 United States
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Free

Join Bourbon Baroque, Louisville’s Period Instrument Ensemble, as they kick off their thirteenth season with a bourbon distillery concert tour beginning at Kentucky Peerless Distilling Company on Friday September 13th at 5pm. Enjoy the music of the Baroque performed in period authenticity as you imbibe Peerless’s authentic recipe–a perfect period pairing at Peerless!

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Musical Offering at Concordia Chamber Fest

September 13 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EDT
The Chapel at Kings Oaks, 756 Worthington Mill Road
Newtown, PA, United States
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$25

Concordia Chamber Fest presents a "Musical Offering" of Baroque works featuring soprano, Nell Snaidas, Daniel Swenberg  on lute and theorbo, Rex Benincasa with all things percussive, Francisco Fullana and Siwoo Kim on violin, and Michelle Djokic playing cello-continuo.

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