Music at North Church — July 13 & 14, 2019

Members of the New York Baroque Incorporated early music ensemble rehearsing for a concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City held on
January 31, 2019. Six members of the ensemble will be performing at TIMA’s North Church on July 13 and 14, 2019.

Music at North Church — July 13 & 14, 2019:

An early music festival consisting of two early music performances by six members of the New York Baroque Incorporated ensemble will be held the weekend of July 13 and 14, 2019 at TIMA’s acclaimed historic 1819 North Church building. The North Church building is located at 82 High Street in Eastport, Maine. The main space with its 23 foot high ceiling is known for its exceptional acoustics (considered the best in the region) in a very historic setting. An evening early music performance by six members of  the New York Baroque Incorporated ensemble will held on Saturday, July 13, 2019 beginning at 7 pm. A contrasting mid-afternoon program by four members of the New York Baroque Incorporated ensemble will be held beginning at 3 pm on Sunday, July 14, 2019. Performers for the two concerts will be in residence for rehearsals for two days prior to the concerts.

Program and ticket details will be forthcoming. Plans include the likelihood of a round trip ferry service for the Saturday, July 13, 2019 evening concert from Lubec, Maine to Eastport, Maine.

 

Early Music Concerts at North Church, 2015-

2015 (August 13, 7 pm): Joachim Woitun (baroque cello), soloist.

2016 (July 23, 7 pm): Baroque quartet with Geoffrey Burgess (baroque oboe), Eve Friedman (baroque flute), Leon Schelhase (harpsichord),  and Joachim Woitun (baroque cello).

2017 (August 12, 7 pm): Mozart quintet with Anna Maria Baeza (clarinet), Trond Saeverud (violin), Consuela Sherba (violin), Joachim Woitun (baroque cello), Alexandra Zaburdaeva Lorimer (violin).

2018 (July 14, 7 pm & July 15, 3 pm): Ensemble Abendmusik with Gigi Turgeon (violin I), Laura Papandrea (violin II), Anne Black (viola), Sarah Freiberg Ellison (violoncello), Andrea Arceci (bass), Teresa Wakim (soprano), Joshua Cohen (baroque trumpet), and James David Christie (organ).

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