Les Arts Florissants

The Morgan Library and Museum, Gilder Lehrman Hall 225 Madison Avenue, New York City, NY, United States

Monteverdi and Carissimi The celebrated Baroque music ensemble Les Arts Florissants perform vocal works by Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643) and Giacomo Carissimi (1605-1674), featuring Carissimi’s oratorio Historia di Jephte. Soloists include: Paul […]

$50 – $60

The Italian Connection: the Theater of Stylus Fantasticus

first baptist church 1110 SW Taylor St, Portland, OR, United States

In the same way that chiaroscuro paintings evoke strong emotions through bold contrasts, so too does music’s Stylus fantasticus through frequent juxtapositions of free fantasy with measured counterpoint. Emanating from […]

$36 – $71

The Sacred Harp: Early American Singing

Emmanuel Episcopal 16 WASHINGTON ST, CUMBERLAND, MD, United States

Mountainside Baroque interactive event, The Sacred Harp: Early American Singing offers exposure to a singing tradition that has deep roots in America, along with the prospect of good fellowship and a […]


Pavana: A Medieval Valentine (Love, Lutes & Luthiery)

WNED Buffalo Toronto Public Radio Buffalo, NY, United States

Buffalo Toronto Public Media presents A Medieval Valentine with Suzanne Fatta and Daniel Yost Bring your sweetie to an evening of Love, Lutes & Luthiery with Pavana Early Music Trio […]



First Church of Christ, Scientist Victoria 1205 Pandora Avenue, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

L’Eterno Ritorno Brilliant Canadian soprano, Myriam Leblanc is featured in a program devoted to that most captivating and tuneful Baroque musical form: the chaconne. Built on ostinato basses, grounds, chaconnes […]

City of Light: Virtuoso Parisian Music for Two ‘Cellos

Historic Church of St. Mary the Virgin 191 South Greeley Avenue, Chappaqua, United States

Phoebe Carrai & Mark Kramer - Baroque 'Cellos A dazzling evening of music for two 'cellos followed by a sumptuous buffet of French pastries.   Under the luminescence of sparkling […]


Austin Baroque Orchestra presents “Terremoto!”

Redeemer Presbyterian Church 2111 Alexander Ave, Austin, Texas, Select a Country:

On the morning of All Saints' Day in 1755, a massive earthquake struck off the coast of Iberia and Morocco, causing regional destruction and decimating Lisbon, the capital city of […]


St. Mary Magdalen Church Berkeley 2005 Berryman Street, Berkeley, United States

Free Bach Feb 18  |  5 pm St. Mary Magdalen Church 2005 Berryman, Berkeley Christus, der ist mein Leben, BWV 95Es ist euch gut, daß ich hingehe, BWV 108 Tonia […]


Austin Baroque Orchestra presents “Terremoto!”

St. John's Lutheran Church 502 E. Nueva St., San Antonio, TX, United States

On the morning of All Saints' Day in 1755, a massive earthquake struck off the coast of Iberia and Morocco, causing regional destruction and decimating Lisbon, the capital city of […]

Lark Ascending: Clara Schumann

St. John's Episcopal Church 705 Hale St, Beverly, MA, United States

Discover the extraordinary world and legacy of Clara Schumann with Arpeggione. Schumann expert David Kim joins Arpeggione’s musicians in chamber works by Clara Schumann and improvisations in her own style. […]

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