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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Johann Sebastian Bach, born this day in 1685, is perhaps the most lauded and revered of all famous “classical” composers. His music transcends. I’ve sat through jaw-dropping, absolutely brilliant performances of his works (e.g. Bach Collegium Japan at Carnegie Hall … Continue reading