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8th Season 2006/07

The theme of this season was MUSIC OF GREAT COMPOSERS:

SEASON CONCERT I - September 2, 2006 (Grand Opening),
St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, Atlanta:
"Mozart Birthday Bash" - A 250th Anniversary Celebration!

"Eine kleine Nachtmusik," Salzburg Symphonies, Church Sonatas

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's 250th birthday celebration, featuring some of his most beloved compositions, played on period instruments of the time, and conducted by New Trinity Baroque's founder and artistic director, Predrag Gosta

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October 11, 2006,
High Museum of Art, Atlanta:
"Louvre - Atlanta" Exhibition Opening

A special event - opening of the "Louvre - Atlanta" Exhibition at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta

October 20, 2006,
Florence Kopleff Recital Hall, Georgia State University, Atlanta:
Dramatic Music by Handel

Concert/Lecture (educational event) - part of NTB's residence at Georgia State University's School of Music as its Affilitate Ensemble

SEASON CONCERT II - October 21, 2006,
St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, Atlanta:
"Unfaithful Love" - Dramatic Music by Handel

"Armida abbandonata" & Other Dramatic Cantatas; Trio Sonatas

George Frideric Handel's great musicianship was particularly apparent in his dramatic works, such as the cantatas, operas and oratorios. Join us for an exciting evening of cantatas and trio sonatas concentrating on the theme of love and rejection, featuring the incredible soprano Wanda Yang-Temko in the title role of a rejected heroine, suffering because of an "unfaithful love".

October 22, 2006,
Brasstown, SC:
"Unfaithful Love" - Dramatic Music by Handel

Performance organized by the Brasstown Concert Association

October 24, 2006,
Schwartz Center, Atlanta:

Bach's cantata"Christ lag in Todesbanden," BWV 4

Educational collaborative Concert with Emory University Concert Choir, dir. Eric Nelson

October 27, 2006,
Rock Spring Presbyterian Church, Atlanta:
Bach's Sonatas & Partitas for Violin Solo

New Trinity Baroque organizes its first ever BENEFIT CONCERT. John Holloway, NTB's Music Director during the 2005/06 season and one of the world's greatest violinist, will join us in an evening of meditative music by Johann Sebastian Bach, featuring his Sonatas & Partitias for Violin Solo.

December 15 & 16, 2006,
Peachtree Road United Methodist Church, Atlanta:
Bach's "Christmas Oratorio"

A collaborative concert with the Atlanta Boy Choir, dir. David White

SEASON CONCERT III - December 23, 2006,
St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, Atlanta :
"Bach Candlelight Christmas"

Cantata "Jauchzet Gott" & "Ich habe genug", Christmas Cantata No. 64, Music for Organ

Celebrate Christmas in a beautiful candlelight setting, featuring music by the great Johann Sebastian Bach, including the incredible cantata "Jauchzet Gott" for soprano, trumpet and strings (with soprano Sherri Seiden), the pious cantata "Ich habe genug" (with bass Jason Hardy), organ chorales and sinfonias (with organist Brad Hughley), the Canterbury Choir of St. Bartholomew's and more...

February 23, 2007,
Florence Kopleff Recital Hall, Georgia State University, Atlanta:
Virtuoso Music by Vivaldi

Concert/Lecture (educational event) - part of NTB's residence at Georgia State University's School of Music as its Affilitate Ensemble

SEASON CONCERT IV - February 24, 2007,
St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, Atlanta :
"Venice in Storm" - Virtuoso Music by Vivaldi

Violin Concerto "Tempesta di Mare", Cello Concerto, Concerto for two Violins...

Join us for this spectacular show-off of exuberant music written by one of the greatest Venetial composers, Antonio Vivaldi. Featuring New Trinity Baroque and soloists on period instruments.

March 17, 2007,
The Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta:
Music by Gibbons, Purcell & Handel

A collaborative concert with the Choir of St. Philip Cathedral, dir. Bruce Neswick

SEASON CONCERT V - April 21, 2007,
St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, Atlanta :
"Glory of San Marco" - Sacred Music by Monteverdi

"Gloria" a 7, Music from "Selva Morale e Spirituale"

In 1640, just three years before he died, Claudio Monteverdi published three big volumes of sacred music, composed since his arrival to Venice in 1613. As one of most prominent composers of the whole Italy, he established himself as the greatest composer of his time in both secular and sacred music. His operas were often performed, and his post at San Marco gave him prominent exposure. This concert, featuring New Trinity Baroque vocal and instrumental soloists and directed by Predrag Gosta, will present most beautiful compositions from his 1640 collection "Selva Morale e Spirituale" for voices, violins, cello, chitarrone, harpsichord and organ...

All concerts are held at St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, 1790 LaVista Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30329 and begin at 8 p.m.

 


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