The Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra will appear once again at the Indianapolis Early Music Festival, accompanying internationally renowned American soprano Julianne Baird in a program of music by Antonio Vivaldi and others! More info here.
Ensemble Voltaire violinist Allison Edberg, cellist/gambist Christine Kyprianides, and harpsichordist Thomas Gerber wrap up the 2012-13 season with a lighthearted spin through the music of Baroque composers whose lives were touched by anything from questionable to illegal activity. Our gallery of rogues is populated by composers from England (Henry Purcell), France (Jean-Marie Leclair), Germany (Dieterich [...]
Our fifth annual fundraiser welcomes back mezzo-soprano Lindsey Adams in an exuberant program of music from seventeenth-century Italy and England under the direction of Philip Spray. Join us for an evening of food, music, and auctions as IndyBaroque Music, Inc. continues a festive tradition!
Johann Sebastian Bach’s Mass in B Minor ranks among the greatest artistic creations of Western music. Scored for five-part chorus, soloists, and a full Baroque orchestra, the work is remarkable for the diversity and intricacy of its musical language and architecture, and universal in its spiritual insight. The Bloomington Chamber Singers and Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra [...]
One of the 18th century’s landmarks in chamber music is the collection of twelve quartets referred to as ‘The Paris Quartets.’ The period’s most prolific—and, at the time, most famous—composer, Georg Philipp Telemann, wrote them in conjunction with a visit he made to the French capital from his German home base, Hamburg. Ensemble Voltaire violinist [...]
Artistic Director Barthold Kuijken returns to Indianapolis this season for a second visit, leading the IBO in a French Baroque-inspired program centered on German composer Georg Philipp Telemann, J.S. Bach’s more famous contemporary during the first half of the 18th Century and one of music history’s most prolific composers. Included in the program are works [...]
The IBO’s artistic director, Barthold Kuijken, leads the orchestra in Baroque works from the 1730s by Johann Sebastian Bach. Among the world’s leading Baroque flutists, Kuijken will partner with IBO concertmaster Allison Edberg and University of Indianapolis faculty member Thomas Gerber, harpsichord, in the Triple Concerto in A minor, BWV 1044. Four guest volcal soloists [...]
Ensemble Voltaire opens the 2012-13 IndyBaroque Music season with a ‘Postcard from Bohemia.’