Our Concerts

NYS Baroque 2018-2019 season
30th anniversary!

Syracuse: First Unitarian Universalist, 109 Waring Road, 7:30pm;
 Ithaca: First Unitarian Society, 306 N. Aurora Street, 7:30pm

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Celebration!
September 14, 2018 in Syracuse; September 15, 2018 in Ithaca
Our 30th season begins with an array of chamber music performed by our best musical friends. Music by familiar composers, such as Telemann and Marais, and unfamiliar composers, such as Pfeiffer—and more! pre-concert talk at 6:45pm
with Steven Zohn, flute; Julie Andrijeski & Boel Gidholm, violins; Dan Elyar, viola; David Morris, cello & viola da gamba; Leon Schelhase, harpsichord; Deborah Fox, theorbo


Venice
November 2, 2018 in Syracuse; November 3, 2018 in Ithaca
An excursion to 17th century Venice to explore the stunning vocal music of Barbara Strozzi, her contemporaries, and her influences. Music of Strozzi, Monteverdi, Schütz, Grandi, Ferrari, and others who lived during this innovative period. pre-concert talk at 6:45pm
with Laura Heimes & Shari Alise Wilson, sopranos; Andrew Fuchs & Jonas Budris, tenors; Steven Hrycelak, bass; Emily Walhout, viola da gamba & lirone; Naomi Gregory, harpsichord; Deborah Fox, theorbo


Fandango
February 22, 2019 in Syracuse; February 23 in Ithaca
It’s a musical party as we celebrate with 17th century music and dance from Spain and the New World, including Bolivia, Peru, and Mexico. pre-concert talk at 6:45pm
with Peggy Murray, historical dancer; Nell Snaidas, soprano; Christa Patton, harp; Lisa Terry, viola da gamba; Boel Gidholm, violin; Deborah Fox & Dan Swenberg, lutes & guitars


Bedlam
April 5, 2019 in Ithaca; April 6, 2019 in Syracuse (note change in evenings)
“The magical duo Bedlam” (Fanfare Magazine) is Kayleen Sanchez, soprano, and Laudon Schuett, lute. They will bring to life renaissance French and English lute songs. Sacred, secular, bawdy and tender! pre-concert talk at 6:45pm  

 

Acis & Galatea
May 3, 2019 in Syracuse; May 4, 2019 in Ithaca
A semi-staged concert version of this beloved pastoral opera by Handel. Will the monster Polyphemus woo Galatea to his side? Michael Beattie, musical direction; Emily Cuk, stage direction. pre-concert talk at 6:45pm
with Laura Heimes, soprano, as Galatea; Jonas Budris, tenor, as Acis; Andrew Fuchs, tenor, as Damon; Andrew Padgett, bass, as Polyphemus. 

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