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Web Site:www.bostonbaroque.org
Phone:617-984-8600
Fax:617-987-8603
Facebook:www.facebook.com/bostonbaroque
Twitter:https://twitter.com/bostonbaroque
Address:10 Guest Street
Suite 290
Brighton, MA 02135
United States
Boston Baroque
Budget Level: 4

To produce world-class performances and recordings of the orchestral, choral and operatic music of the Baroque and Classical periods--including established masterworks, new discoveries, new performing versions, and revivals of important but neglected works and composers. With our resident period-instrument orchestra and professional chamber chorus, and outstanding guest artists, Boston Baroque reaches local, national and international audiences with concerts, recordings, touring and radio broadcasts. Boston Baroque also seeks to help train the next generation of period-instrument performers and teachers through partnerships with colleges, conservatories and universities of the highest caliber.
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MiguelA.RodriguezExecutive Director
Martin PearlmanMusic Director
C.C. CaveDirector of Development
David SamsonOperations Manager
Hailey FuquaPatron Services Coordinator
Paul PerfettiOrchestra Personnel Manager and Artistic Administrator
Sue  AuclairPublic Relations Representative
Amy SimsMusic Librarian
TitleComposerLibrettistOpening Night
Fidelio Ludwig Beethoven Georg Friedrich Treitschke, Jean-Nicolas Bouilly, Joseph Sonnleithner, Stephan von BreuningFriday, April 13, 2018
Die Zauberflöte Wolfgang Mozart Emanuel SchikanederFriday, April 15, 2016
Agrippina George Handel Vincenzo GrimaniFriday, April 24, 2015
Il ritorno d'Ulisse in patria Claudio Monteverdi Giacomo BadaoroFriday, April 4, 2014
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