In the Community & On the Road


Community Engagement

Handel’s Messiah

Friday, December 8, 2023 • 7:30 pm
Calvary Episcopal Church

$20 suggested donation to Calvary Episcopal Church accepted at the door.

Calvary Episcopal Church and Chatham Baroque will perform Handel’s Messiah in Pittsburgh’s only complete performance of this monumental work, bringing the majesty of the joyous refrains and exultant arias to audiences for the holiday.

Sarah Nadler soprano
Raquel Winnica Young mezzo-soprano
Guy Russo tenor
Edward Vogel bass

Calvary Choir
Chatham Baroque

Peanut Butter and Jam Sessions

Jingle All The Way

December 9, 2023, 10:00am
Calvary Episcopal Church

“Jingle All The Way,” is our December 9 program celebrating the winter holidays through songs of the season. Led by Chatham Baroque and certified Kindermusik instructor, Lynda Wingerd, audience members are invited to join in the fun.

Chatham Baroque’s Peanut Butter & Jam Sessions are informal concerts designed specifically for preschoolers and their accompanying grown ups. Performances are lively, fun, and interactive, and are a great way to experience Baroque music with your child.

Free ticketed event. Donations accepted at the door.


On the Road

Chatham Baroque with Daniel Mallon: Mediterranean Odyssey

January 14, 2024 • 2:30 PM (Pacific Time)
This is Chatham Baroque’s third appearance for HCA having previously graced our stage in 2009 and 2016.  Their success reflects their ability to make an esoteric repertoire completely accessible to anyone who likes music.

Playing authentic instruments and with the added creativity of percussionist Danny Mallon, their Mediterranean Odyssey program brings to our ears (and feet!) the passionate rhythms and colors of French, Spanish and Italian dance music from 400 years ago.

Tickets and Information at Hemet Concert Association
Andrew Fouts violin
Patricia Halverson viola da gamba
Danny Mallon percussion
Scott Pauley theorbo and Baroque guitar


Community Engagement

Gut, Wind & Wire

November 17, 2023 • 7:30 PM

The Original Pittsburgh Winery

Join members of The Baltimore Consort at the Original Pittsburgh Winery for a relaxed evening of music, wine, and conversation with the min-concert, Gut, Wind & Wire. Consort members will perform music of Sixteenth Century England, Scotland, and France, and chat about their extraordinary array of gut strung lutes and viols, wooden flutes, fifes, and pipes, and the wire strung cittern. Baltimore Consort’s Lutenist extraordinaire Ronn McFarlane will be joined by Chatham Baroque’s Scott Pauley for a set of Elizabethan lute duets.

Gut, Wind & Wire tickets are currently available for purchase.

$15.00 in Advance
$20.00 at the Door
Wine and food will be available for purchase.

Friday, November 17, 2023
7:30 p.m.
Doors open at 7:00 p.m.

Original Pittsburgh Winery (Strip District)
2809 Penn Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Community Engagement

Hope Across the Centuries

Monday, November 6, 2023 • 7:30pm
Calvary Episcopal Church

A special collaboration between Calvary Episcopal Church and Chatham Baroque in conjunction with the Violins of Hope exhibition.

Music exists only in its sounding moment—but that moment can happen again and again, across time and space, even as everything around it changes. This concert focuses on instrumental and vocal music from the Sephardic tradition and seventeenth-century Venice. Chatham Baroque plays instruments from the Violins of Hope collection

Sarah Nadler soprano
Raquel Winnica Young mezzo-soprano
Andrew Fouts, Paul Miller violin
Scott Pauley lute, theorbo, and baroque guitar
Patricia Halverson viola da gamba
Elizabeth Gassler violin and cello
Alan Lewis chamber organ

Community Engagement

RAD Days Event

September 16, 2023 • 10:30am
Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve
614 Dorseyville Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15238

September 16, 2023 • 10:30am
Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve
614 Dorseyville Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15238

Join Chatham Baroque’s Andrew Fouts (violin), Patricia Halverson (viola da gamba), and Scott Pauley (theorbo), as they lead an all-ages session previewing selections from the 2023-24 season’s first concert, The Art of the Trio, taking place October 6-8. Learn about the history of Baroque and early music, of Chatham Baroque, and the musicians and their instruments.

Add an optional self-guided nature walk to your morning following the program.

Free & open to the public. No tickets required.

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