Monthly Archive for: ‘August, 2011’

Trumpet Students! Rare Baroque Trumpet Opportunity

Trumpet Instructors and Students Hear Two Authentic Baroque Trumpets in Concert with the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra in La Battalia! 17th-century Battle Music Sunday, September 18, 2011, Roswell Presbyterian Church, Roswell, Georgia Pre-concert lecture 3:15 pm. Concert 4:00 pm Purchase Student Tickets at $15 in advance Featuring Trumpet Music of Heinrich Biber (1644 –1704), Pavel Josef Vejvanovský (1633-1693), and more from …

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In Concert Sunday, September 18, 2011: La Battalia! 17th-century Battle Music

Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, In Concert Sunday, September 18, 2011 La Battalia! 17th century Battle Music featuring rare works and modern-era World Premieres by Biber, Schmeltzer, and more The Atlanta Baroque Orchestra presents in concert La Battalia! 17th century Battle Music, with two modern-era world-premiere performances. 4:00 pm, Sunday September 18, 2011, at Roswell Presbyterian Church in Roswell, Georgia. Watch out …

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Announcing our 2011-2012 Season

Atlanta Baroque Orchestra Announces 2011-2012 Season Join us for our 15th year of Early Music The Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, under Artistic Director Julie Andrijeski, announce their 15th season. The first and longest-running early music chamber orchestra in the Southeast, based in Roswell in North Fulton County, Georgia, are proud to announce three concerts and four performance dates for 2011-2012, featuring …

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Grant from the Fulton County Arts Council

We are pleased to announce that we have received a small grant from the Fulton County Arts Council for our work in Roswell and North Fulton County, Georgia. This will provide seed-money for a fundraising campaign that we are about to announce as we also announce our 2011-2012 concert season. Watch this space; there’s much more coming soon!

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The New York Times reviews Julie Andrijeski with the 4×4 Baroque Festival

Here’s an excerpt: Music Review Exploring the Intricacies of the 17th Century By Allan Kozinn Published: July 31, 2011 The 4×4 Baroque Music Festival began as an early-music fan’s farewell to the summer, with four free concerts offered around Labor Day….the series began on Friday evening and runs through Wednesday at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church. …In particular the spotlight was …

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