In the American Baroque Orchestra (ABO) we’re using “baroque” to indicate an approach — a way of exploring, thinking about, and interacting with music — as much as referring to a specific period of time and genre of musical artistry. What this means for our new and evolving ABO audience....
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Marquand Chapel, Yale University, 409 Prospect Street, New Haven Messiah Mark Bailey, conductor Kathryn Aaron, soprano Tuesday Rupp, alto Derek Greten-Harrison, countertenor Dann Coakwell, tenor Benjamin Thorburn, bass American Baroque Singers Trebles of The Saint Paul’s Choir, Fairfield, John Abdenour, … Continue reading
American Baroque Orchestra uses original sources, rarely performed elements in Nov. 19 performance New Haven, CT | The American Baroque Orchestra offers a fresh hearing of Handel’s classic “Messiah” on Saturday, November 19. The historically-informed performance is directed by Mark … Continue reading
Marquand Chapel, Yale University, 409 Prospect Street, New Haven An Evening of 17th-century Music Jaap Schröder, guest leader American Baroque Singers, Mark Bailey, Artistic Director Renowned baroque violinist Jaap Schröder makes his ABO debut, returning to Yale to lead the … Continue reading
American Baroque Orchestra shares rare 17th-century musical gems New Haven, CT | The renowned baroque violinist Jaap Schröder makes a rare New Haven appearance on Friday, October 28 to lead the American Baroque Orchestra in concert. The historically-informed performance will … Continue reading
One of the many contributions of historical performance practice is dispelling the notion that instrumental and vocal music should be treated as distinct or separate enterprises. Some of the finest baroque ensembles today, such as Bach Collegium Japan, Amsterdam Baroque, … Continue reading