Atlanta Baroque Orchestra on WABE FM 90.1

From Ute Marks:

"I sure hope you are hanging in there with this current situation and are doing well. 

While we cannot have an opening concert with our Atlanta Baroque Orchestra this month, we are very fortunate and grateful for this opportunity for NPR/WABE to air some past recordings starting with Bach's Magnificat which we performed last October. After this Sunday's (10 pm), there'll be 3 more concerts aired from the last couple years. Attached is the flyer with the information on how to tune in. I hope you can join! In the meantime, if you are so inclined and are interested and able to help out the orchestra with a small (or larger) donation, the orchestra and its musicians would certainly appreciate it, especially during these times. Our website has the info for online donations at www.atlantabaroque.org. Thank you all and hope to see you soon in person!" Ute Marks 🎻 678-977-1146 (txt/cell)


From WABE FM:

The Atlanta Music Scene • WABE FM 90.1 Broadcast Schedule September 2020 Host: Robert Hubert Producer: Tommy Joe Anderson Sundays at 10 P.M. at FM 90.1 Over-the-air & LIVE STREAM at wabe.org Tuesdays at 3 p.m. & Saturdays at 10 a.m. at 90.1-2 on WABE’s Classics Stream on your HD Radio, Internet Radio or online at WABE.org and with the WABE Mobile App available for free download at WABE.org Underwriting of the Atlanta Music Scene is provided by ACA Digital Recording with additional support from Robert Hubert. September 6 – 10:00pm Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, Julie Andrijeski, Artistic Director and Concertmaster The St. Philip Cathedral Schola, Dale Adelmann, conductor J. S. Bach: Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major, BWV 1068 J.S. Bach: Magnificat, BWV 243 [Recorded October 11, 2019 at The Cathedral of St. Philip] Program Time 49:52 September 13 – 10:00pm Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, Julie Andrijeski, Artistic Director and Concertmaster J.S. Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D Major, BWV 1050 Adam Jaffee-harpsichord, Evan Few-violin & Janice Joyce-traverso flute Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Symphony in E Minor, Wq 177 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik in G Major, K. 525 [Recorded January 11, 2019 at The Cathedral of St. Philip] Program Time 56:58 September 20 – 10:00pm Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, Julie Andrijeski, Artistic Director and Concertmaster Matthew Locke: Incidental Musick from The Tempest Arcangelo Corelli: Concerto grosso in D Major, Op. 6, No. 4 Dance Suite: Jean-Baptiste Lully: Spanish Entry and Chaconne for Harlequin Henri Desmarets: Passacaille of Venus ad Adonis George Frideric Handel: Concerto in B-Flat Major, Op. 6, No. 7 Suite of Theatre Music from the 1715 and 1716 season: John Eccles: Overture and Air from The Mad Lover Jeremiah Clarke: Second Act Tune, Winter Dance and an Old Miser from The Island Princess Henry Purcell: Minuet from The Old Batchelor Henry Purcell: Air-Canarie from Dioclesian Gottfried Finger: Jigg from Fops Fortune [Recorded December 6, 2015 at St. David’s Episcopal Church] Program Time 1:04:13 September 27 – 10:00pm Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, Julie Andrijeski, Artistic Director and Concertmaster Giovanni Gabrieli: Sonata a tre violini Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger: Ciaccona Claudio Monteverdi: Con che soavita (Karin Weston, soprano) Nicolaus à Kempis’ Symphonia 2 à 5 Claudio Monteverdi: Si dolce è il tormento (Nathan Dougherty, tenor) Marco Uccellini: Due Correnti à cinque “al Itagliana” & Sinfonia seconda à 5 Claudio Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo, Act IV (Soloists: Karin Weston, Nathan Dougherty and Jesse Blumberg) Andrea Falconieri: Battaglia de Barabaso yerno de Satanas Dario Castello: Sonata decima sesta à 4 Claudio Monteverdi: Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda (Soloists: Karin Weston, Nathan Dougherty and Jesse Blumberg) [Recorded September 21, 2018 at The Cathedral of St. Philip] Program Time 1:04:29


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