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Julie Andrijeski teaches at summer Baroque festivals

ABO’s gifted Artistic Director, Julie Andrijeski will once again be teaching and performing at these prestigious summer Baroque music festivals: Magnolia Baroque Festival, Winston-Salem, North Carolina Baroque Performance Institute, Oberlin College Vancouver Early Music Festival

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Announcing our 2012-2013 Season

A Grand Musical Tour! Announcing our 2012-2013 season: an ambitious menu of concerts representing four of the great musical centers of 18th-century Europe. Autumn in Hamburg–September 23, 2012 Artistic Director Julie Andrijeski invites you to a Musical Feast, featuring Telemann’s Tafelmusik (table music). Holidays in Dublin– November 30, First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta December 2, Roswell Presbyterian Church Handel’s Messiah …

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Roswell Presbyterian presents Mozart’s Requiem on Good Friday

This is not an Atlanta Baroque Orchestra concert, but we want to let you know about our good friends at Roswell Presbyterian Church and their performance of Mozart’s Requiem at 7:30 pm on April 6, Good Friday. The Roswell Presbyterian Choir is being joined by a full professional orchestra (not us) and the soloists are Elizabeth Arnold, Soprano Jamie Barton, …

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Atlanta Classical Music group at Meetup.com

The Atlanta Baroque Orchestra has become a sponsor of the Atlanta Classical Music group at Meetup.com. This group, with over 400 members, has been active since 2008. From their group description on their page: This group is for any music fan or musician in metro Atlanta who wants to make friends, find out about the most interesting concerts in Atlanta, …

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Atlanta Baroque visits Opera on Tap Atlanta

Last night, Sunday, January 15, 2012, we visited a gathering of Opera on Tap Atlanta at Pizzeria Venti near Lenox Square in Atlanta. Dozens of young singers, many studying at the Kennesaw State University School of Music and the Georgia State University School of Music, came to perform arias and art songs with a pianist, or to listen and support …

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Rev. Marthame Sanders Delivers Pre-Concert Lecture on Dixit Dominus

The Atlanta Baroque Orchestra and the Georgia Tech Chamber Choir are pleased to announce that Reverend Marthame Sanders, pastor of Oglethorpe Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, will deliver the pre-concert lecture before each of our February 4 and 5 performances of our concert Handel’s Dixit Dominus: Songs of War and Peace, Ancient and Modern. Reverend Sanders will discuss the contexts of …

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February 4 and 5: ABO joins with Georgia Tech Chamber Choir

The Atlanta Baroque Orchestra and the Georgia Tech Chamber Choir present Handel’s Dixit Dominus Songs of War and Peace, Ancient and Modern for two performances in Midtown Atlanta and Roswell Saturday and Sunday, February 4 and 5, 2012 The Atlanta Baroque Orchestra under Director Julie Andrijeski joins with the Georgia Tech Chamber Choir under Director Jerry Ulrich to present George …

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The New York Times went to Kromeriz, Moravia a week after we did

Well, not exactly, of course. The New York Times just published a travel article, “The Castles of Moravia”, by Evan Rail. It is about wine-tasting through Moravia, in the Czech Republic, and it did include a stop in Kromeriz, the site and source of the wonderful music from the late 1600s that we performed in our concert last week, La …

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Full Program for our September 18 concert

Tickets are still available for La Battalia! 17th-century Battle Music. 4:00 pm Sunday, September 18, 2011 at Roswell Presbyterian Church, Roswell, Georgia Pre-concert lecture at 3:15 pm Click here for Tickets Click here for Directions Program Fanfare No. 1 for Two Trumpets, Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber (1644-1704) Sonata I for Two Trumpets, from Sonatae tam aris quam aulis servientes, Biber …

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Dr. Charles Brewer Presents Rediscovered Music from Moravia, September 18

We are thrilled to welcome back eminent musicologist Charles Brewer, Ph.D. at our September 18, 2011 concert, La Battalia! 17th-century Battle Music. He will present the pre-concert lecture at 3:15 pm, and the concert will follow at 4:00 pm. Our concert features two “modern world premieres” of orchestral pieces that have never been played since they were originally written in …

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