Performances

Date Event/Ensemble Loca­tion
01/17/18
12:00pm
Music at Noon
Per­form­ing Fasch’s Bas­soon Sonata in C major as a guest on a con­cert by harp­si­chordist Faythe Voll­rath. Voll­rath will play solo works by J. S. Bach, F. T. Richter, Tošić, and Han­del.
West­min­ster Pres­by­ter­ian Church
1300 N Street, Sacra­men­to, CA (map)
01/19/18
7:30pm
Sacra­men­to Baroque Soloists
Voice of the Cel­lo (and Bas­soon) – Dark, rich, and sonorous, and also bright, sweet, and expres­sive, the cel­lo is the most ver­sa­tile of instru­ments. In this peren­ni­al favorite con­cert, Sacra­men­to Baroque Soloists’ cel­lists per­form reper­toire of the Baroque era writ­ten for one, two, and three cel­los, joined by baroque bas­soon­ist David Wells and accom­pa­nied by harp­si­chord and organ. Reper­toire includes Fasch’s Bas­soon Sonata in C major, Corrette’s Con­cer­to “Le Phenix”, and Schwartzkopff’s Trio Sonata for cel­lo, bas­soon, and con­tin­uo.
St. Paul’s Epis­co­pal Church
1430 J St., Sacra­men­to, CA (map)
01/20/18
7:30pm
Sacra­men­to Baroque Soloists
Voice of the Cel­lo (and Bas­soon) – Dark, rich, and sonorous, and also bright, sweet, and expres­sive, the cel­lo is the most ver­sa­tile of instru­ments. In this peren­ni­al favorite con­cert, Sacra­men­to Baroque Soloists’ cel­lists per­form reper­toire of the Baroque era writ­ten for one, two, and three cel­los, joined by baroque bas­soon­ist David Wells and accom­pa­nied by harp­si­chord and organ. Reper­toire includes Fasch’s Bas­soon Sonata in C major, Corrette’s Con­cer­to “Le Phenix”, and Schwartzkopff’s Trio Sonata for cel­lo, bas­soon, and con­tin­uo.
Har­ris Cen­ter
10 Col­lege Park­way, Fol­som, CA (map)
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01/21/18
2:00pm
Sacra­men­to Baroque Soloists
Voice of the Cel­lo (and Bas­soon) – Dark, rich, and sonorous, and also bright, sweet, and expres­sive, the cel­lo is the most ver­sa­tile of instru­ments. In this peren­ni­al favorite con­cert, Sacra­men­to Baroque Soloists’ cel­lists per­form reper­toire of the Baroque era writ­ten for one, two, and three cel­los, joined by baroque bas­soon­ist David Wells and accom­pa­nied by harp­si­chord and organ. Reper­toire includes Fasch’s Bas­soon Sonata in C major, Corrette’s Con­cer­to “Le Phenix”, and Schwartzkopff’s Trio Sonata for cel­lo, bas­soon, and con­tin­uo.
Har­ris Cen­ter
10 Col­lege Park­way, Fol­som, CA (map)
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02/03/18
5:00pm
Zion Cham­ber Orches­tra
Copland’s John Hen­ry, Mendelssohn’s Vio­lin Con­cer­to, and Saint-Saëns’s Sym­pho­ny #2
Zion Luther­an Church
808 W. Porter Ave., Stock­ton, CA (map)
02/08/18
8:00pm
Fac­ul­ty Recital, CSU Sacra­men­to
Igor Stravinsky’s L’Histoire du Sol­dat
Capis­tra­no Con­cert Hall, CSU Sacra­men­to
6000 J Street, Sacra­men­to, CA (map)
03/09/18
7:30pm
Sacra­men­to Baroque Soloists
Viva Vival­di! In the midst of the rev­el­ry of 18th-Cen­tu­ry Venice, Anto­nio Vival­di drew trav­el­ers from all over Europe to hear the per­for­mances of his con­cer­tos. His con­cer­tos have an ener­gy and sweet expres­sive­ness that have sur­vived cen­turies. Sacra­men­to Baroque Soloists present a pro­gram of Vival­di Con­cer­tos includ­ing “Spring” from The Four Sea­sons, Il Pro­teo (con­cer­to for vio­lin and cel­lo), and a haunt­ing­ly beau­ti­ful bas­soon con­cer­to fea­tur­ing baroque bas­soon­ist David Wells.
St. Paul’s Epis­co­pal Church
1430 J St., Sacra­men­to, CA (map)
03/10/18
7:30pm
Sacra­men­to Baroque Soloists
Viva Vival­di! In the midst of the rev­el­ry of 18th-Cen­tu­ry Venice, Anto­nio Vival­di drew trav­el­ers from all over Europe to hear the per­for­mances of his con­cer­tos. His con­cer­tos have an ener­gy and sweet expres­sive­ness that have sur­vived cen­turies. Sacra­men­to Baroque Soloists present a pro­gram of Vival­di Con­cer­tos includ­ing “Spring” from The Four Sea­sons, Il Pro­teo (con­cer­to for vio­lin and cel­lo), and a haunt­ing­ly beau­ti­ful bas­soon con­cer­to fea­tur­ing baroque bas­soon­ist David Wells.
Har­ris Cen­ter
10 Col­lege Park­way, Fol­som, CA (map)
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03/11/18
2:00pm
Sacra­men­to Baroque Soloists
Viva Vival­di! In the midst of the rev­el­ry of 18th-Cen­tu­ry Venice, Anto­nio Vival­di drew trav­el­ers from all over Europe to hear the per­for­mances of his con­cer­tos. His con­cer­tos have an ener­gy and sweet expres­sive­ness that have sur­vived cen­turies. Sacra­men­to Baroque Soloists present a pro­gram of Vival­di Con­cer­tos includ­ing “Spring” from The Four Sea­sons, Il Pro­teo (con­cer­to for vio­lin and cel­lo), and a haunt­ing­ly beau­ti­ful bas­soon con­cer­to fea­tur­ing baroque bas­soon­ist David Wells.
Har­ris Cen­ter
10 Col­lege Park­way, Fol­som, CA (map)
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03/16/18
7:30pm
Capel­la Anti­qua Baroque Orches­tra
Capel­la Antiqua’s choir and peri­od Baroque orches­tra join forces to per­form Dieterich Buxtehude’s Mem­bra Jesu Nos­tri, con­sid­ered the first Luther­an ora­to­rio. Com­posed in 1680, this rarely heard and exquis­ite work is based on poet­ry from the 13th cen­tu­ry.
Cathe­dral of the Blessed Sacra­ment
1017 11th Street, Sacra­men­to, CA (map)
04/07/18
8:00pm
Sacra­men­to Choral Soci­ety & Orches­tra
Euro­pean Mas­ter­works: Mozart’s Requiem and Exul­tate Jubi­late, Morten Lauridsen’s Lux Aeter­na, and James Whitbourn’s Lux in Tene­bris. With sopra­no Nik­ki Ein­feld, mez­zo-sopra­no Karin Mushe­gain, tenor Michael Desnoy­ers, and bass Matt Boehler.
Sacra­men­to Com­mu­ni­ty Cen­ter The­ater
1301 L Street, Sacra­men­to, CA (map)
04/29/18
3:00pm
Sin­fo­nia Spir­i­tu­osa
Mor­ris Chapel, Uni­ver­si­ty of the Pacif­ic
3601 Pacif­ic Avenue, Stock­ton, CA (map)
04/30/18
8:00pm
Sin­fo­nia Spir­i­tu­osa
Capis­tra­no Con­cert Hall, CSU Sacra­men­to
6000 J Street, Sacra­men­to, CA (map)
05/12/18
8:00pm
Sacra­men­to Choral Soci­ety & Orches­tra
Praise and Jubi­la­tion: Dan Forrest’s Jubi­late Deo (West Coast Pre­mière), Ottori­no Respighi’s Ancient Airs and Dances, and Antonin Dvořàk’s Te Deum. Fea­tur­ing bari­tone Shawn Spiess.
Sacra­men­to Com­mu­ni­ty Cen­ter The­ater
1301 L Street, Sacra­men­to, CA (map)
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