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Multiplied 2.0

No, you’re not seeing double.

Chatham Baroque’s new video Multiplied 2.0 is now available on demand! With the help of a little editing wizardry, the trio was multiplied to a sextet for a virtual program of music by Purcell, Charpentier, Byrd, and Lully.

Length: 22 minutes

Chatham Baroque
Andrew Fouts violin
Patricia Halverson tenor & bass viol
Scott Pauley theorbo, archlute, baroque guitar, & Renaissance lute

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  • 15+ hours of music and artist interviews from this and last season
  • View on demand through August 31, 2022
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East of the River: Hamsa

Music from Andalusia, the Ottoman Empire, North Africa, and the Sephardic Diaspora

East of the River performs music from Jewish and Ottoman traditions of the 13th through 18th centuries. Listeners will hear Hebrew, Arabic, and Ladino (Medieval Judaeo-Spanish) in this program consisting of songs and dances from liturgical and folk traditions, and will hear examples of classical instrumental music from the Ottoman court as well. These various types of music aren’t built with Western musical conventions, but rather, use the system of microtonal melodic modes referred to as the Arabic makam.

East of the River
Nina Stern recorders & chalumeau
Daphna Mor recorders & voice
Ronnie Malley ‘oud & voice
Tal Mashiach bass
Shane Shanahan percussion

Chatham Baroque: Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater

Chatham Baroque brings you the sublime music of the Lenten season featuring Giovanni Pergolesi’s (1710-1736) breathtaking masterpiece, the Stabat Mater. A rich ensemble of strings, organ, theorbo and violone supply the dramatic backdrop for the soaring, intertwining voices of Pascale Beaudin (soprano) and Reginald Mobley (countertenor). Additional music by Esteban Salas y Castro (1725-1803) and Henry Purcell (1659-1695).

Chatham Baroque
Andrew Fouts
 violin
Patricia Halverson viola da gamba, violone
Scott Pauley archlute

Guest Artists
Pascale Beaudin
 soprano
Reginald Mobley countertenor
Cynthia Black violin
Kristen Linfante viola
Adam Pearl chamber organ

Chatham Baroque: Les Nations

Music from the Time of Louis XIV and XV

Chatham Baroque welcomes extraordinary guest artists Stephen Schultz (baroque flute), Caroline Giassi (baroque oboe), and Justin Wallace (harpsichord) to form a chamber ensemble that one might find at the palace of Versailles. Featuring the luxuriant music that defines the French national style, including François Couperin’s Les Nations, a sonata for flute and violin by Joseph Bodin de Boismortier, and the troisième pièce of the Pièces de Clavecin en Concert by Jean-Philippe Rameau.

Chatham Baroque
Andrew Fouts
 violin
Patricia Halverson viola da gamba
Scott Pauley theorbo, archlute

Guest Artists
Stephen Schultz baroque flute
Caroline Giassi baroque oboe
Justin Wallace harpsichord

Chatham Baroque: The Art of the Trio

Grounded: Popular tunes, dances, and variations of the Renaissance and Baroque

Chatham Baroque showcases the collective synergy, sparkle, and spirit of artistic directors Andrew Fouts, Patricia Halverson, and Scott Pauley as they embark on an exploration of popular tunes, grounds, and sonatas of the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries. Join us for a Baroque jam session as we riff on popular tunes and dances like the Folia, Ciacona, and Romanesca, and include music penned by Corelli, Marais, Ortiz, Pandolfi, and Matteis.

Andrew Fouts violin
Patricia Halverson viola da gamba
Scott Pauley theorbo, baroque guitar

Arthur Haas

Bach Goldberg Variations

The Goldberg Variations, published in 1741 as “an Aria with diverse variations for the harpsichord with two manuals for the delight and entertainment of music lovers,” are the fourth and final volume of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Clavier-Übung (“keyboard practice”) collection. Bach’s last published word on keyboard playing, the Goldberg Variations are a brilliant display of compositional command and stylistic inventiveness, coupled with an unprecedented, acrobatic virtuosity and flat out humor.

Arthur Haas harpsichord

Chatham Baroque & Incantare

The Glories of Venice

Resplendent 16th- and 17th-century music for sackbuts, strings, and organ

Chatham Baroque is joined by Incantare for celebratory 16th- and 17th-century music featuring sumptuous canzonas and sonatas by Gabrielli, Fontana, Merulo, Rosenmüller and more. Revel in the rich sounds of strings, sackbuts (early trombones), and a continuo team of violone, theorbo, and organ.

Chatham Baroque
Andrew Fouts violin, viola
Scott Pauley theorbo
Patricia Halverson viola da gamba, violone

Incantare
Ben David Aronson, Liza Malamut tenor sackbut
Garrett Lahr bass sackbut
Alice Culin-Ellison violin
Cynthia Black violin, viola
Naomi Gregory chamber organ

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