Since its founding in 2005, Music City Baroque has become Nashville's premier period instrument ensemble, working with renowned guest artists and performing music ranging from Bach's B minor Mass to Baroque music from Central America with, in the words of a critic, "grace, taste, and unfailing sensitivity."
We focus on the music and instruments of this time period because we believe that it resonates with listeners and performers to this day. By understanding the original context, instruments, and style, we grow closer to this music in all of its original color and passion.
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We thank you for your generosity and hope to see you at our upcoming events in March (see below for news about a special guest). Happy Holidays and best wishes for the New Year from everyone at Music City Baroque!
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The music of the French Baroque is some of the most beautiful and haunting ever written. This unique style can also be one of the most challenging to perform, with a style that is demanding both technically and intellectually.
As part of this concert week, Music City Baroque will host the world-renowned Baroque flautist Barthold Kuijken for an open rehearsal. He will share with musicians and audience alike aspects of French Baroque style, touching on the ideals that were important to the composers as well as the finer points of performance practice.
Mark your calendar for these two events, and stay tuned for more details:
Open Rehearsal with Barthold Kuijken
Tuesday, March 21
MCB performs music of the French Baroque
Sunday, March 26, 3:00 p.m.