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Music City Baroque 2022-23 Season

2022-23 Season

For our 2022-2023 season, Music City Baroque is celebrating the art of collaboration, featuring two renowned vocalists along with our own skilled artists. Come with us around the Baroque world as we explore the breadth, depth, pathos and drama of the era!

We are grateful to our donors and our venues for their support of Music City Baroque’s 2022-2023 season. All events are free and open to the public, although donations are accepted. We hope you will consider making a donation today! 

 

About MCB

Music City Baroque continues to bring a fresh perspective to the beautiful and enduring music of the Baroque era. The music of composers such as Bach and Vivaldi — expressive, elegant, and passionate — continues to move people today, hundreds of years after it was written. Winning praise for their "lively and joyous approach," the musicians use authentic instruments and style to recreate the original sound of the music.

Founded by organist and conductor Murray Somerville, Music City Baroque has brought early music to Nashville audiences for over ten years. Highlights include performances of J.S. Bach's B Minor Mass and St. John Passion, and performances with renowned early music specialists such as Monica Huggett and Robert Mealy. From 2015 to 2017, the ensemble was led by violinist Allison Nyquist, with notable events such as a visit from flutist Barthold Kuijken, casual coffee concerts, and collaborations with Vox Grata and the Frist Center for the Visual Arts.

As a musician-led ensemble, Music City Baroque continues its tradition of presenting exciting programs of great music that create an awareness of history, context and tradition. Our passion for tradition enhances our experience of the music and our collaborations with guest artists, educational institutions and arts organizations.

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Support Early Music in Nashville

Music City Baroque is Nashville's premier period instrument ensemble, working with renowned guest artists and performing music ranging from Bach's B minor Mass (a performance acclaimed as a "new gold standard") to a Cinco de Mayo program of Baroque music from the New World, a collaboration with Vanderbilt's Center for Latin American Studies. Critics have recognized our performers for their "extraordinary expression," "grace, taste, and unfailing sensitivity."

As a period performance ensemble, we believe that by understanding the original context of Baroque music — the instruments, the style, and the ways musicians expressed their emotions — we can better connect with and share this music in all of its original color and passion.

By making a tax-deductible gift today you are supporting talented musicians in our community and helping us explore new ways to share early music virtually. We appreciate your generosity and look forward to the day when we can join our devoted audience members again for live concerts.

Donations may be made securely online using a credit card or PayPal by clicking above. You may also send a check to our mailing address: P.O. Box 121662, Nashville, TN 37212.

Music City Baroque is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and your donation is tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.

Contact

Music City Baroque
P.O. Box 121662
Nashville, TN 37212

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