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7th Season 2005/06

October 1 (Season Grand Opening):
"Harmonic Inspirations" - Grand Concertos by Corelli and Vivaldi

Antonio Vivaldi: "L'Estro Armonico" Concerti for 4 violins, strings and b.c.; Arcangelo Corelli: Concerti Grossi, Op. 6; Exuberant concertos, by Italian masters Vivaldi and Corelli, performed by New Trinity Baroque, and led by world-renowned violinist and newly appointed NTB music director, John Holloway, and Predrag Gosta, artistic director. [READ MORE]

November 12:
"Vivaldi's Seasons"

Antonio Vivaldi: "Four Seasons" Concerti and four other concertos for strings; Vivaldi's famous "Four Seasons", and other concertos for strings, as you never heard them before - John Holloway's interpretation "demands a rethinking of performance styles in our time" (NY Times). With the orchestra of New Trinity Baroque, led by Holloway and Gosta. [READ MORE]

December 17:
"New Trinity Baroque's Candlelight Christmas"

Dietrich Buxtehude: Cantatas "Singet dem Herrn", "Herr, wenn ich nur dich hab"; Christoph Bernhard: "Weihnachts-konzert", "Currite pastores"; Johann Pachelbel: Fugues on the Magnificat; Instrumental music by Biber and Fux, etc. Some of the most beautiful music by German composers to celebrate Christmas - "New Trinity Baroque's Candlelight Christmas" is an event not to be missed. Featuring soprano soloist Julia Matthews, Brad Hughley on the Rosales organ of St. Bartholomew's Church, together with the Choir of St. Bartholomew's Church. [READ MORE]

February 11, 2006:
"Baroque Before Bach"

Cantatas by Johann Sebastian Bach's ancestors - Johann Christoph Bach and Johann Michael Bach - cantatas by Dietrich Buxtehude and Johann Kuhnau, as well as instrumental music by Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber and Georg Muffat; The great Johann Sebastian Bach came from a large family of talented musicians. This concert presents some of their best music, with works by other late 17th century German masters. Featuring Jennifer Ellis as soprano soloist. [READ MORE]

April 7 & 8, 2006:
"Baroque Passiontide"

Vocal and instrumental music for alto soloist, strings and b.c. by Antonio Vivaldi and J.S. Bach; The story of Easter has inspired great composers to create some of their finest music. New Trinity Baroque, with alto soloist Magdalena Wór, sheds new light on some old masters. [READ MORE]

May 6, 8 & 9 , 2006:
"Welcome to all the Pleasures"

"Welcome to all the Pleasures," "Raise, raise the voice," Chacony in G for strings, Chaconne from Ten Sonata in Four Parts, and Suites from the works for the theatre; England's greatest composer Henry Purcell wrote numerous "Odes", in honor of St.Cecilia the patron saint of music, or to celebrate significant events in the life of the English court. With vocal soloists and St. Philip's Cathedral Schola, Atlanta. [READ MORE]


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