Sacramento Baroque Soloists' 13th Season
FEBRUARY 21, 22, & 28
Sacramento, Fair Oaks, and Folsom
Sacramento Baroque Soloists recreate the expression of the baroque in the colonies, performing the music of Early America, from popular ballads to music from the fiddler's corner. Music of Francis Hopkinson, Moravian composers Antes, Peter, and Herbst, and selections from Thomas Jefferson's music library.Tickets $25/$20/$10
Click here toPurchase TicketsVocal Masterclass with Anne-Marie DicceFEBRUARY 28, 4 P.M. at HARRIS CENTERThe masterclass is an opportunity for vocalists and music enthusiast alike to participate in a vocal master class as a performer or as an auditor. The class will take place in the afternoon prior to the Sacramento Baroque Soloists’ performance of Simple Gifts: An Early American Gathering at the Scott-Skillman Recital Hall; Harris Center for the Arts.
You have the opportunity to attend the Vocal Masterclass as a performer or auditor, go out to a pleasant dinner and then return for the Sacramento Baroque Soloists concert.
Fee to Perform in masterclass: $30 Full-time student (with I.D.): $20
Fee to Audit (audience): $15 if attending Sacramento Baroque Soloists concert following the masterclass; $20 if only attending masterclass.TO SIGN-UP TO PERFORM please download this form and return it by email or mail:
Masterclass appTo attend the masterclass as an audience member, please purchase tickets at the Harris Center Box Office prior to the masterclass.
Sacramento Baroque Soloists recreate the expression of the baroque in the colonies as we perform the music of early America, from popular ballads to music from the fiddler’s corner.
$25 general, $20 seniors, $10 students
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