￼september 30, october 1, october 2, 2022
november 18, november 19, 2022
march 3, march 4, march 5, 2023
april 21, april 22, april 23, 2023
Join us for the ABO season premiere! Our iconic string band is joined by a colorful, virtuosic wind section featuring returning horn players Rachel Niketopoulos and Christopher Caudill and many other favorites. Come, revel in sumptuous and diverse concertos and suites to hear for yourself why composers George Philipp Telemann, Johann David Heinichen, Jean-Philippe Rameau, and Baldassare Galuppi were so popular in their day.
7:30PM SEPT 17TH | Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta
4:00PM SEPT 18TH | St. David’s Episcopal, Roswell
Gilded tones of trumpets and trombones combine with shimmering strings in this program reflecting the joys and sorrows of 17th-century life in Vienna and its surroundings. Slowly emerging from the Thirty Years War, courts and churches throughout the Holy Roman Empire sought to rebuild their musical establishments, attracting prized musicians who created some of the most fantastical and rapturous music ever heard for this signature combination of strings and brass.Music by violin virtuosi Heinrich Ignaz Biber, Pavel Josef Vejvanovsky, Johann Schmeltzer, and others.
7:30PM NOV 5TH | Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta
4:00PM NOV 6TH | St. David’s Episcopal, Roswell
Always on the lookout to create experiences that engage and delight in new ways, we've invited pairs of world-class vocalists and musicians to join us for a repertoire, not often performed. Special guest countertenor Reginald Mobley reunites with ABO favorite Nathan Medley; and recorder player Daphna Mor makes her ABO debut with returning guest artist Sian Ricketts. Join us for a program of brilliant and intimate music by the “English Orpheus” Henry Purcell and his colleagues!
7:30PM FEB 25TH | Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta
4:00PM FEB 26TH | St. David’s Episcopal, Roswell
3:00PM FEB 27TH | Lassiter Concert Hall, Marietta
The Atlanta Baroque Orchestra enjoys boundless generosity from the metro-Atlanta community. We appreciate the fiscal support from our patrons and donors, the wonderful contributions we receive from foundations, and the gracious gift of space in which to perform from The Cathedral of Saint Philip, St. David’s Episcopal Church, and Lassiter Concert Hall.
We extend a special thanks to Dale Adelmann and the Friends of Music for embracing the ABO as Artists-in-Residence at the Cathedral of St. Philip. Their generosity and welcoming spirit throughout our week-long rehearsal and concert residencies is invaluable.