Chatham Baroque succeeds with Monteverdi program

"Chatham Baroque’s rendition is an unusual and engaging theatrical experience, in large part due to the expressive, highly inflected singing of guest tenor Aaron Sheehan as Testo;... and colorful, precise playing by Chatham Baroque’s expert instrumentalists."

“The Battle of Tancredi and Clorinda,” the central work on Chatham Baroque’s all-Monteverdi concert in the Elsie Hillman Auditorium at the Hill House’s Kaufmann Center in the Hill District this weekend, is a landmark in music history.

Quick Hits: New look on Pittsburgh's classical music scene

In a month typically saturated with holiday-themed concerts, Chatham Baroque offered an alternative: “Fête Parisienne,” a French-inspired program performed the weekend before Christmas. I caught the second of the ensemble’s three performances, at Synod Hall in Oakland; the others took place at St. James Parish in Sewickley and Campbell Memorial Chapel at Chatham University.

2016/17 Season Announced

August 24, 2016 -- andrew

Chatham Baroque Announces 2016/2017 Season:

A Grand Tour of Baroque Europe

PITTSBURGH – Chatham Baroque’s 2016/2017 Season features four concerts with music from each of the four nations whose distinct styles characterize the sound of Baroque – Germany, Italy, France, and England. A fifth concert will present works from all four nations.

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