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NYS Baroque is back!
We are thrilled to be back for live concerts in Spring 2022. This year we continue our 33rd season with virtuosic and passionate cantatas of Handel; songs by Ignatius Sancho, one of the first published black composers; glorious sounds of trombones and singers of the early baroque; and the period sound of classical string quartets.
Please join us as we gather together to experience live music again. For those who cannot be with us in person, and those who want to hear it again, you can watch our virtual recording of the concert.
NYS Baroque is committed to providing a safe environment for both our performers and in-person audience members throughout season. For each concert we will be carefully following guidelines recommended or mandated by our venue, the Tompkins County and Onondaga County Health Departments, and the CDC. Covid precautions and audience requirements will be updated on our website before each concert.
Reginald Mobley, Countertenor
Friday March 25, 2022 7:30pm | First Unitarian Universalist, 109 Waring Road, Syracuse
Saturday March 26, 2022 7:30pm | First Unitarian Society. 306 N. Aurora St, Ithaca
We are thrilled to present this remarkable singer in a program of Handel, Ignatius Sancho, one of the first black English composers, and others.
For tickets, click here.
A Grand Sound
Friday April 29, 2022 7:30pm | First Unitarian Universalist, 109 Waring Road, Syracuse
Saturday April 30, 2022 7:30pm | First Unitarian Society. 306 N. Aurora St, Ithaca
Celebratory German and Italian 17th century music for voices and trombones, featuring music of Buxtehude, Schein, Schutz, Rosenmüller, and more
Ticket information available in February 2022
Diderot Quartet with baritone Jesse Blumberg
Friday May 20, 2022 7:30pm | First Unitarian Universalist, 109 Waring Road, Syracuse
Saturday May 21, 2022 7:30pm | First Unitarian Society, 306 N. Aurora St, Ithaca
Haydn & Mendelssohn quartets plus song arrangements of Clara Schumann & Fanny Mendelssohn.
Ticket information available in March 2022