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Chatham Baroque: Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater

East Liberty Presbyterian Church, East Liberty

On-demand video available, sent approximately 2 weeks after the concert

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).

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Chatham Baroque: Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater

East Liberty Presbyterian Church, East Liberty

On-demand video available, sent approximately 2 weeks after the concert

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).

info and tickets

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East of the River: Hamsa

Hicks Memorial Chapel, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, East Liberty

On-demand video available, sent approximately 2 weeks after the concert

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

East of the River performs music from the Near East from Jewish and Ottoman traditions of the 13th through 18th centuries. This program consists of songs and dances from liturgical and folk traditions as well as examples of classical instrumental music from the Ottoman court.

Info and tickets

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East of the River: Hamsa

Hicks Memorial Chapel, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, East Liberty

On-demand video available, sent approximately 2 weeks after the concert

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

East of the River performs music from the Near East from Jewish and Ottoman traditions of the 13th through 18th centuries. This program consists of songs and dances from liturgical and folk traditions as well as examples of classical instrumental music from the Ottoman court.

Info and tickets

Chatham Baroque: The Three Violins

PNC Theatre, Pittsburgh Playhouse 350 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA

Boasting three virtuoso violinists with three distinct yet complementary musical personalities, Chatham Baroque dives into the rarely performed repertoire of Baroque music for three violins and continuo. Hear the music of Marini, Fontana, Schmelzer, and Purcell, as well as duos for the unusual combination of theorbo and tiorbino by Castaldi. Stealing the show is one […]

$38.00 – $56.50

Chatham Baroque: The Three Violins

Frank and Katrina Basile Theater, Glick Indiana History Center 450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN

Boasting three virtuoso violinists with three distinct yet complementary musical personalities, Chatham Baroque dives into the rarely performed repertoire of Baroque music for three violins and continuo. Hear the music of Marini, Fontana, Schmelzer, and Purcell, as well as duos for the unusual combination of theorbo and tiorbino by Castaldi. Stealing the show is one […]

$13.59 – $21.99

Chatham Baroque: Alchemy for Three

Highmark Theatre, Pittsburgh Playhouse 350 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA

Chatham Baroque showcases the collective synergy, sparkle, and spirit of its artistic directors as they share some of their favorite Baroque music. Join us for a Baroque jam session on popular tunes, dances, and sonatas of the 17th, and 18th centuries. Includes music of Corelli, J.S. Bach, Schmelzer, Matteis and others. Andrew Fouts (violin) Patricia […]

$27.50

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