This exclusive fundraising event will be hosted by Musica Spei in a beautiful private home overlooking Downtown Rochester! Enjoy pairings of German-inspired food and beer guided by a local expert in fine malt beverages, while a charming ensemble of local musicians entertains you—all for a good cause.
First Inversion, Lee Wright, Conductor, presents Welcome to All the Pleasures, a concert of Odes to St. Cecilia, Patroness of Music, by Purcell and Handel, accompanied by a chamber orchestra.
Please note that this concert will be repeated on Sunday, November 11 at 4:30 pm (NEW time!) at Downtown United Presbyterian Church, 121 N. Fitzhugh St., Rochester, NY. (Map)
Musica Spei members Jeff Tabor (Tenor) and David McCarthy (Bass, playing harpsichord), join forces for a concert of Baroque songs from the Americas.
Students from the Eastman School of Music Organ Department will present a concert played on the Italian Baroque organ in the Museum’s Fountain Court. Seating is limited, and provided on a first-come basis.
Admission is free with Admission to the Gallery. Thursday from 5pm - closing, admission is half-price. Admission is free for UR Faculty, staff and students with ID.
Ad Hoc Music & the Rochester Early Music Festival will present this program as a benefit for the Coffee Connection, 681 South Ave in the South Wedge. Ad Hoc Music is a flexible musical collaborative that brings together students, professionals, and dedicated community musicians to present creative classical music performances, often in places where this music is not normally heard.