Orchestral Invention

Instrumental music came into its own during the Baroque era—and geniuses like Mozart and Haydn pushed the boundaries even further. Join Music of the Baroque for great early orchestral works, stylishly played by superb musicians whose joy in making music together shines through every performance. Subscribe and for as little as $60 you can enjoy:

MUSICAL PATRONS

Jane Glover, conductor

Baroque and Classical era composers often wrote “on demand” for wealthy noble, church, and royal patrons. Join us as Jane Glover and the Music of the Baroque Orchestra explore works by Haydn, Mozart, Bach, and Handel, including the Haffner and Farewell Symphonies, a lively suite from the Water Music, and the First Brandenburg Concerto.

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From Dawn to Dusk—
Glover Conducts Haydn & Mozart

Jane Glover, conductor

The Music of the Baroque Orchestra shines in three short Haydn symphonies—Le Matin, Le Midi, and Le Soir. These delightful works are full of novelty and surprise, with virtuoso writing for solo and groups of instruments throughout. Mozart’s Serenata Notturna rounds out the musical day.

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a musical feast

Nicholas Kraemer, conductor

Music of the Baroque’s 45th Anniversary Season closes with Principal Guest
Conductor Nicholas Kraemer at the podium for a delicious program of sparkling instrumental music by Telemann, Vivaldi, and J. S. Bach. The evening’s feast
for the ears begins with a suite from Tafelmusik and ends with the dazzling Brandenburg Concerto No. 5.

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