We are outraged and saddened, along with the rest of the nation, by the senseless, callous killing of George Floyd by a police officer, while he was in custody, with other police officers watching. Though this incident was shocking in the way it unfolded, it is also representative of a systemwide problem of police brutality, … More Statement on Racial Violence
Because of COVID-19 management efforts, our live concerts for the foreseeable future have been canceled. We still want to share our lovely music with you, though! To support our efforts to move our performances online in live and on-demand formats, we invite you to join our Patreon page, where you can subscribe for as low … More We have a Patreon!
In the late winter of 2017, I (Sylvia) crossed paths with violinmaker Douglas Cox after a rehearsal of the Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra. He had brought with him several instruments for members to try, one of which felt so comfortable in my hands and resonated richly under my ear. “Oh,” I thought, “this instrument can … More Violin Fundraiser Update Summer 2019
This year has been a busy one for both Guts and our sister ensemble, L’Esprit Baroque. As we prepare for two upcoming concerts in Maine, we cast an eye back over all that’s come before: Sylvia, our violinist, has just returned from an intensive week at the Amherst Early Music Festival, full of new ideas … More Summer 2019 News
Guts has had an eventful month with L’Esprit Baroque, performing a well-attended and well-received Fringe Concert at the Berkeley Early Music Festival, and launching a recording project. … More Spring 2018 Projects