23/24 concert series

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Savings of up to $75 vs. Full Price tickets
All 7 programs + 1 bonus ticket to any season concert of your choice
Flexible ticket exchanges between programs
Advanced notice of pre- and post-concert lectures and events

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$240 General Admission • $180 with Senior Discount

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Early Bird Price: $40 General Admission • $30 Senior Discount • $20 Students

Full Price: $45 General Admission • $35 Senior Discount • $25 Student
Full price charges are applied beginning on the Friday two weeks prior to each concert program.


Chatham Baroque

Art of the Trio

Friday, October 6 • 7:30pm
St. Nicholas Millvale

Saturday October 7 • 7:30pm
Sunday, October 8 • 2:30pm
Hicks Memorial Chapel, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

For their annual Art of the Trio concert, Chatham Baroque’s Andrew Fouts (violin), Patricia Halverson  (viola da gamba), and Scott Pauley (theorbo) remind you that all music was once new music. The trio explores the idea of modern music for their instruments – violin, viola da gamba, and theorbo – from the 16th, 17th, and 21st centuries.

Emily Norman Davidson Memorial Concert

Co-hosted by Society to Preserve the Millvale Murals of Maxo Vanka

The Baltimore Consort

In Angel’s Wede

Music of Mary Queen of Scots

Saturday, November 18, 2023 • 7:30pm
Calvary Episcopal Church

With live narration by Emmy Award winner (and television and radio personality) Robert Aubry Davis, this program features Scottish, French, Italian, and English music, illustrating the different periods in the life of Mary, Queen of Scots.

Chatham Baroque


Music of Baroque Spain and the Americas

Saturday, December 16 • 7:30
Hicks Memorial Chapel, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

Sunday, December 17 • 2:30
Levy Hall, Rodef Shalom

Chatham Baroque’s holiday program explores music of Baroque Spain and the New World. Nell Snaidas (soprano) and Raquel Winnica Young (mezzo soprano) charm and dazzle in their native Spanish, extolling the joys of the season as expressed through the unique music of Hispanic colonial times.

Chatham Baroque

Through the Wood, Laddie

Music of Baroque Scotland and Acadia

Friday, January 26 • 7:30pm
Teutonia Männerchor

Saturday, January 27 • 7:30pm
Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall in Carnegie, PA

Sunday, January 28 • 2:30pm
Hicks Memorial Chapel, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

A unique program featuring guests Chris Norman (wooden flutes and pipes) and Pascale Beaudin (soprano), both with roots in the Canadian Maritime provinces, brings to life music ranging from Baroque Scotland to French Canadian folk tunes from the Acadian tradition.

Apollo’s Fire

Violin Fantasy

Sunday, February 18 • 4:00 PM
Calvary Episcopal Church

Apollo’s Fire returns with a new program based on Heinrich Biber’s stunning Sonatas on the Mysteries of the Rosary, along with instrumental works inspired by the baroque tradition of stylus fantasticus. Concertmaster Alan Choo joins Grammy-winning harpsichordist Jeannette Sorrell, Chatham Baroque’s Andrew Fouts, and a colorful ensemble to present their unique interpretation of these masterworks.

Chatham Baroque

Joy of Bach

Friday, March 15 • 7:30pm
Saturday, March 16 • 7:30pm
Calvary Episcopal Church

Featuring Bass-Baritone Jonathan Woody singing J.S. Bach’s Cantata, Ich habe genug (BWV 82) and the joyous Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 for two violas, two violas da gamba, and continuo, this program celebrates Bach’s birthday with some of his most beloved works.

Parker Ramsay harp & harpsichord
Arnie Tanimoto viola da gamba

In the Court of the King

Music of Bach and Marais

Music from courts of 17th and 18th Century Europe showing the world in which viol virtuoso and composer Marin Marais lived, and his influence on the music of Johann Sebastian Bach.

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