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EARLY MUSIC SERIES: Back to Bach

Sat., May 28, 3:00pm Back to Bach In Chatham Baroque’s first program of the festival, the group is joined by guest harpsichordist Justin Wallace for a program that features the great master’s works for violin, harpsichord, and viola da gamba. Venue: St. Philip’s Church Address: 142 Church Street Admission: $21

EARLY MUSIC SERIES: A Tale of Two Cities

Mon., May 30, 3:00pm A Tale of Two Cities Chatham Baroque and guest harpsichordist Justin Wallace musically recreate the intimate salons of eighteenth-century Paris and London with music by Handel, Purcell, and Couperin. Venue: St. Philip’s Church Address: 142 Church Street Admission: $21

EARLY MUSIC SERIES: Vivaldi’s Venice

Tues., May 31, 3:00pm Vivaldi’s Venice Chatham Baroque and guest violinist Evan Few perform fiery and passionate trio sonatas by Corelli, Marini, Castello, as well as Vivaldi’s La Folia. Venue: St. Philip’s Church Address: 142 Church Street Admission: $21

EARLY MUSIC SERIES: Espanoleta

Wed., June 1, 3:00pm Espanoleta Chatham Baroque are joined by guest percussionist Danny Mallon and violinist Evan Few to explore the diverse music from Baroque Spain and Latin America with a mix of toe-tapping, bright, and joyful dances such as the Canario, Jota, and Folia. Venue: St. Philip’s Church Address: 142 Church Street Admission: $21

EARLY MUSIC SERIES: Mediterranean Journey

Thu., June 2, 3:00pm Mediterranean Journey Chatham Baroque and guest violinist Evan Few present the trio sonatas of famed Italians Corelli and Vivaldi, in contrast to the brilliant writing of France’s genius composer Elizabeth-Claude Jacquet de La Guerre. Venue: St. Philip’s Church Address: 142 Church Street Admission: $21

EARLY MUSIC SERIES: Corelli’s Violin

Fri., June 3, 3:00pm Corelli’s Violin Chatham Baroque explores the virtuosic works for violin and basso continuo by Baroque masters from across Europe including Corelli, Bach, and Biber. Venue: St. Philip’s Church Address: 142 Church Street Admission: $21

EARLY MUSIC SERIES: Vivaldi’s Four Seasons

Mon., June 6, 3:00pm Vivaldi’s Four Seasons Charleston Symphony Orchestra Assistant Concertmaster Micah Gangwer and core violinist Alex Boissonnault present a terrific interpretation of The Four Seasons, one of the most popular works of the Baroque period. An ensemble of musicians from the CSO accompanie these virtuosos. Performance repeats on June 9. Venue: St. Philip’s […]

EARLY MUSIC SERIES: Best of Handel, Purcell, & Vivaldi’s Trumpet Concerto

Tues., June 7, 3:00pm Best of Handel, Purcell, & Vivaldi’s Trumpet Concerto The Charleston Baroque Ensemble, led by Yuriy Bekker, presents some of the most beautiful and rarely heard works of Handel and Purcell. The program includes Handel’s Concerto Grosso as well as selections and arias from Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, sung by Charleston’s own […]

EARLY MUSIC SERIES: The Spanish Guitar

Wed., June 8, 3:00pm The Spanish Guitar Award-winning guitar virtuoso Marco Sartor returns performing renaissance fantasias by Alonso Muldara and Luys de Narvaez, his own transcription of sonatas by Dominico Scarlatti, and virtuosic works by Fernando Sor. Venue: St. Philip’s Church Address: 142 Church Street Admission: $21

EARLY MUSIC SERIES: Vivaldi’s Four Seasons

Thurs., June 9, 3:00pm Vivaldi’s Four Seasons Charleston Symphony Orchestra Assistant Concertmaster Micah Gangwer and core violinist Alex Boissonnault present a terrific interpretation of The Four Seasons, one of the most popular works of the Baroque period. An ensemble of musicians from the CSO accompanies these virtuosos. Program also performed on June 6. Venue: St. […]

EARLY MUSIC SERIES: Best of Handel, Purcell, & Vivaldi’s Trumpet Concerto

Fri., June 10, 3:00pm Best of Handel, Purcell, & Vivaldi’s Trumpet Concerto The Charleston Baroque Ensemble, led by Yuriy Bekker, presents some of the most beautiful and rarely heard works of Handel and Purcell. The program includes Handel’s Concerto Grosso as well as selections and arias from Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, sung by Charleston’s own […]