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5th Anniversary Sason 2003/2004

DATE, TIME & PLACE
PROGRAM & PERFORMERS

September 13
Atlanta

SEASON GRAND OPENING CONCERT: A. Vivaldi: "Four Seasons" and other virtuoso concertos; Ingrid Matthews, baroque violin (Seattle, Washington); also Lute Concerto in D major, with Michael Fields, archlute (England), Concerto for Viola d'Amore in a minor, with William Bauer, viola d'amore (St. Louis, MO), and Concerto "alla rustica" for orchestra.

September 14
Atlanta
September 15
Lilburn
Baroque Strings Masterclass with Ingrid Matthews
Masterclass

October 11
Atlanta

Bach's Sinfonias and Concertos for Organ & Orchestra; Dedication of the new pipe organ of St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church; With Joan Lippincott, organ

November 14
Atlanta
17th Century French Vocal-Instrumental Music
Lecture/Concert

November 15
Atlanta

"In the Shadow of the Sun King"; Cantatas and sonatas by de le Guerre, Monteclaire, Marais, Rebel, et al. With Miriam Dubrow, soprano (Paris, France)

November 16
Brasstown, NC

December 7
Atlanta, GA

Early Music on Period Instruments - Members of New Trinity Baroque appear at the special concert organized by the World Youth Foundation

  DECEMBER 19,
ATHENS
DECEMBER 20 & 21,
ATLANTA

"A Renaissance Christmas Festival" - Music for voices and instruments (viellas, gambas, recorders, etc.) - joint project with The Goliards of Atlanta, etc. Directors: Predrag Gosta & John Hillenbrand

FEBRUARY 13,
ATLANTA
CONCERT/LECTURE: Display of Historical Instruments, from Middle Ages to Romanticism
FEBRUARY 21 & 22,
ATLANTA

J.S. Bach's Cantatas & Concertos; Steven Devine, harpsichord (England)

MARCH 25, 27, 29,
LEXINGTON, KY

Monteverdi: "L'Incoronazione di Poppea" - three fully staged performances, in collaboration with University of Kentucky (Lexington) Opera Department

MARCH 28,
LEXINGTON, KY
 
Music of Venice and Italy in 17th & 18th Centuries - featuring solo concertos for violin, lute and viola d'amore by Vivaldi, sonatas by Legrenzi and Castello, solo lute toccatas by Kapsberger and vocal music by Vivaldi and Caldara

APRIL 3,
ATLANTA
APRIL 4,
OXFORD

Giovanni Battista Pergolesi: "Stabat Mater", and sacred music by Antonio Vivaldi; With Evelyn Tubb, soprano (England) and Terry Barber, countertenor (New York)

MAY 15 & 16,
ATLANTA
 
Virtuoso Recorder Concerti, including Vivaldi & Sammartini Recorder Concerti
Emma Murphy, recorder (England)

 


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