We are pleased to announce the first program of our 2018-2019 Season! Check back soon for our spring and summer offerings.
CROSSING BORDERS: EVOLUTION OF THE SONATA The Haven, 112 W. Market Street in Charlottesville Friday, October 5, 2018 at 7:30pm
Join Early Music Access Project artists David McCormick (violin), Sarah Darling (violin), Niccolo Seligmann (viola da gamba), and Brian Kay (theorbo), for Crossing Borders, a look at the evolution of the baroque-era sonata as Italian, French, German, and Spanish influences merged to create a rich variety of textures and sounds. The program includes music of well-known composers like Corelli, Couperin, and Geminiani alongside arrangements of Scottish and Spanish folk tunes.
During the concert, Artistic Director David McCormick will guide the audience through the many transformations of the sonata as it interacts with the cultures and traditions of various European countries.
TICKETS: $20 at the door, $5 student tickets online ticketing has ended, but tickets will be available at the door starting at 6:45pm
COMMUNITY BAROQUE GATHERING Save the Date! Join Early Music Access Project on Saturday, January 26, 2019 for a baroque reading session designed for a variety of ages, experience levels, instruments, and voice types. Registration will open in early December!