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Professionals from across the country gather for Handel’s Messiah

It seems that not everybody who attends the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra’s concerts realizes what an outstanding range of unusually-skilled professional musicians perform with us. Accomplished specialists in Baroque performance are quite hard to find, and not even a huge metropolis like Atlanta, with several university music programs, has enough qualified musicians to fill all the parts in even a small …

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Meet our World-Class Soloists for Handel’s Messiah

The Atlanta Baroque and the Georgia Tech Chamber Choir present the complete, original 1742 Dublin version of Handel’s Messiah with world-renowned vocal soloists who represent the best in the new generation of Baroque music performance. We’re excited to interpret Handel’s masterpiece with a lineup of singers unprecedented in accomplishment and musicianship. Leading the production will be Jerry Ulrich, conductor of …

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Ein Prosit der Gemütlichkeit!

Gemütlichkeit. On Sunday, September 23, 2012, the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra presented Telemann’s Tafelmusik Production II. In addition to being a smash musical success, the eighteen musicians came up with an original idea that they executed themselves to make the concert even more wonderful. Let me tell you about it. Hi, this is Wheat Williams. I volunteer to do publicity and …

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ArtsCriticATL.com interviews Julie Andrijeski

ArtsCriticATL.com is a new independent Web site formed by Atlanta arts critics who formerly worked for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Writer Pierre Ruhe interviewed Julie Andrijeski, the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra‘s new Artistic Director, via telephone a couple of weeks before our concert of Sunday, February 13. Julie has a lot to say about her plans and the challenges the Atlanta Baroque …

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