Boston Baroque

Philippe Herreweghe
Michiel Hendryckx

On the program:

Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in G, BWV 1049 - Daniel Stepner, violin;  Christopher Krueger and Roy Sansom, recorders;  Boston Baroque, Martin Pearlman, conductor

Cantata BWV 12 Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen (translation) - Daniel Taylor, alto;  Mark Padmore, tenor;  Peter Kooy, bass;  Collegium Vocale Gent, Philippe Herreweghe, conductor

Concerto in A minor, BWV 593 (after Vivaldi) - Gerhard Weinberger, organ (Zacharias Hildenbrandt organ at St. Wenceslaus Church, Naumberg, Germany)

Courtesies of Boston Baroque, The Handel and Haydn Society, and BEMF (2)

WCRB takes you to the concert halls of three of Boston's cornerstone music organizations, with weeknight performances from Boston Baroque, the Handel and Haydn Society, and the Boston Early Music Festival.

Violinist Christina Day Martinson
Kathy Wittman, Ball Square Films / Boston Baroque

Wednesday, April 22, 9pm

In a Festival 1750 broadcast, violinist Christina Day Martinson is one of several soloists featured in a Boston Baroque New Year's Day concert at Sanders Theatre in Cambridge.

Boston Baroque, Oct. 2018
Kathy Wittman, Ball Square Films / Boston Baroque

Tuesday, April 28, 9pm

On a Festival 1750 broadcast, Martin Pearlman leads Boston Baroque in Beethoven's Seventh Symphony, and Eric Hoeprich is the soloist in Mozart's Clarinet Concerto in a concert at Jordan Hall.

Violinist Christina Day Martinson and Boston Baroque
Kathy Wittman, Ball Square Films / Boston Baroque

Thursday, April 30, 9pm

On a Festival 1750 broadcast, Boston Baroque performs Bach's Orchestral Suite No. 4, as well as works by Corelli, Vivaldi, and Rameau at Sanders Theatre in Cambridge.

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