Over the last 10 years, Music City Baroque has established a tradition of performing great Baroque choral music. To celebrate the end of our 10th season, we are joining forces with members of the St. George's choir for Vivaldi's Gloria
Written for the choir of the Ospedale della Pieta in Venice, Vivaldi's Gloria has become his most famous choral work. This brilliant music is filled with joy, balanced with moments of reflection and operatic drama.
We hope you will join us for this free concert to celebrate 10 year of early music in Nashville, and for a reception with the musicians immediately following the performance.
Sunday, April 19 — 3:00 p.m.
St. George's Episcopal Church
4715 Harding Pike
Free admission as part of St. George's In Excelsis series.
For more details about this performance and the other concerts in our season, visit our concerts page.
We are thrilled with the support that Music City Baroque has been receiving this season. We had a standing-room only crowd at our coffee concert in February, with a great preview article in the Nashville Scene.
And we've had such generous community support that we have already met our $5,000 matching gift for this season!
Thank you to all of our supporters, and if you have not yet made a gift, please consider doing so today. We still need your help — as we plan our next season, increased support lets us set our artistic goals even higher. We hope that you will be a part of even more exciting early music projects in the coming year.
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Our opening concert received a great review from Steven Sloan over at ArtsNash. Thank you to everyone who came to the performance, we had a wonderful crowd, and stay tuned for news about our upcoming coffee concert in February! Here are a few highlights:
"The afternoon’s concert proved that historically informed performance can yield fascinating stories and vibrant, engaging musical experiences"
"Nyquist’s performance was perfectly balanced in its effect ... always striking the perfect mood."
"I was struck by the value and vibrancy of historically informed performance ... an opportunity to learn about that which came before us — a musical experience as edifying as it is satisfying."
— Steven Sloan, artsnash.com
Read the complete review.