Guts Baroque is playing in Quietside Chamber Music Festival, at Somesville Meeting House, Mount Desert Island, Maine on Saturday July 9, at 7pm!
Live in-person concerts are BACK!
Fourth Sundays Livestreams: 2022 Season
Announcing our full 2022 Spring Season!
Read on for details of our livestream concerts January through May.
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January 23, 2022 – Dance Party
We are revisiting one of our favorite programs, featuring two French dance suites, by Morel and Rebel. Sylvia will be playing viol continuo for John on the Morel, then switching to violin to perform the Rebel! Read more…
February 27, 2022 – Friends & Rivals in the Paris Opera
We will explore the big personalities of some of the best violinists in Paris in the 1730’s, and the elegant violin sonatas they wrote. Read more…
March 27, 2022 – Fantasticus!
When the circle of fifths was wildly daring! Progressive rock from 1660s Vienna, with lots of Italian flavor… sonatas from the Partiturbuch Ludwig (PL), a giant collection of music compiled in 1662 for the Holy Roman Emperor. Read more…
April 24, 2022 – Italian Virtuosi II
Following the ripples of Corelli’s earth-moving Opus 5 sonatas through the 18th-century violin world. A different sonata by Corelli, plus sonatas by Veracini, Somis and Tartini. Get ready with the replay of Italian Virtuosi I. Read more…
May 22, 2022 – Bach Alone and Together
Hear the music Bach wrote for violin and cello! Selections from Violin Sonata 1, Cello Suite 2, then the Sonata in G Major for violin and continuo.
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