Epic. Transformational. Iconic. Multi-dimensional dreamscapes inspired by one of the most beautiful melodies ever imagined. Originally composed to entertain nights of insomnia, this is Bach’s only work of its kind, […]
An intimate evening of chamber music in the exquisite acoustics of St. Thomas Episcopal Church, along with informal commentary from the artists. Music full of surprises and delights from Bach […]
COmpass REsonance instrumental & vocal artists present several baroque genres in our 42nd season final concert. Paul Miller returns—with his viola d’amore; Adam Ewing sings one of JSB’s few works […]
A festive season finale that celebrates the lively dance rhythms of the Baroque.“Characters of the Dance,” by Jean-Fery Rebel is a tour-de-force for solo dancer with BCOC’s strings woodwinds and […]
Superstar of the violin, Vadim Gluzman has often been called “a Paganini of our time.” Gluzman brings a special program with his duo partner, acclaimed pianist Angela Yoffe. This concert […]
Surrounded by candlelight, BCOC’s core ensemble of strings and recorders brings a luminous glow to the winter night, with a distinctive blend of Baroque favorites and our own new arrangements of […]
With multiple GRAMMY nominations, Jory Vinikour’s solo harpsichord recordings and performances in all of the world’s great concert halls have placed him as a leading interpreter of baroque music in […]
By Marc Shulgold Tom Morgan understands the dangers of controversy. The music director of the Ars Nova Singers has accepted the challenge of programming a new work which doesn’t shy […]
The final concert of Festival Week offers J.S. Bach in several genres, starting with the profound Cello Suite in C Minor, performed by Coleman Itzkoff. The program continues with Cantata BWV 196, Der Herr […]
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