JUNE, 2017


SUN June 18,  MON June 19,  WED June 21,  FRI June 23,  SUN June 25




Brochures for ordering tickets and Festival Subscriptions will be mailed out in March, and on-line ticket ordering will be activated in April.


Sunday, June 18, 2017

4:00 Corona del Mar Baroque Festival All a Bout: Dialog in Music & Fencing

Elizabeth Blumenstock leads the Festival Orchestra and distinguished soloists in an afternoon of Baroque concertos by Biber, Schmelzer and others, featuring Johann Sebastian BachÕs Brandenburg Concerto No. 6, and a fencing demonstration set to music.

Preceded by brass music al fresco on the patio at 3:15 p.m.;

Newport Harbor Lutheran Church, Newport Beach


Monday, June 19, 2017

8:00 Corona del Mar Baroque Festival Four Viols at Play

A consort of violas da gamba in a program of works from 16th- and 17th-century England and Northern Germany, including pieces by Purcell, Byrd and Jenkins.

Preceded by brass music al fresco on the patio at 7:15 p.m.;

Saint Michael & All Angels Episcopal Church, Newport Beach


Wednesday, June 21, 2017

8:00  Corona del Mar Baroque Festival Music from Monticello

A program of chamber and vocal music from Thomas JeffersonÕs vast library, featuring soprano Jennifer Ellis Kampani and accompanied by relevant readings.  Preceded by brass music al fresco in the Gardens at 7:15 p.m. Sherman Library & Gardens, Central Patio Room, Newport Beach


Friday, June 23, 2017

8:00  Corona del Mar Baroque Festival Beyond Baroque

Elizabeth Blumenstock (violin), David Shostac (flute), Timothy Landauer (cello), Andrew McIntosh (violin, viola) and Lara Wickes (oboe) perform chamber works by J.C. Bach, Mozart, Haydn, Cambini and Albrechtsberger. Preceded by brass music al fresco in the Gardens at 7:15 p.m.;

Sherman Library & Gardens, Central Patio Room,


Sunday, June 25, 2017

4:00 Tesserae With Corona del Mar Baroque Festival, Grand Season Finale:  A quire of Choirs.   Join us for a spectacular season finale! With cornetti, sackbuts, strings, singers, and organs, Tesserae joins forces with the Corona del Mar Baroque Festival with Elizabeth Blumenstock to present a luscious program of music from the late Venetian Renaissance ranging from Giovanni Gabrieli to the madrigals of Monteverdi.  Preceded at 3:15pm with a special preconcert of novel Italian music by duo Bruce Teter and Curtis Berak (bagpipes, hurdy gurdy). Wine & waters reception on the patio following the concert

St. Mark Presbyterian Church, 2200 San Joaquin Hills Road, Newport Beach, 92660.


Sunday June 25, 2017

2:00 pm  Los Angeles Recorder Orchestra: Life in Camelot

(repeat performance see: Sunday June 18, 2017 at 2:00 in West LA)
Conducted by Thomas Axworthy, the 30-member ensemble will be playing many sizes of recorder, from the tiny Sopranino to one that sounds 4 octaves lower, the 9-foot SubContraBass.
The concert is composed of pieces written in honor of 3 Queens of England: Elizabeth I, Victoria, and Elizabeth II. We will be joined by tenor Steve Padilla for selections from The Triumphs of Oriana, Choral Songs in Honor of her Majesty Queen Victoria, and A Garland for the Queen. The Triumphs are collection of madrigals published in 1601 dedicated to Queen Elizabeth I. Inspired by the earlier Triumphs for Queen VictoriaÕs 80th birthday thirteen composers created the collection Choral Songs in Honor of her Majesty Queen Victoria. In 1953 for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II ten contemporary British composers followed their predecessors and published a collection of songs A Garland for the Queen. Steve will also join LARO to premier Rough Winds a setting of three Shakespeare sonnets by Peter Seibert commissioned by LARO in 2017. FREE

Unitarian Universalist Church of Long Beach

5450 East Atherton St, Long Beach, CA 90815www.uuclb.org



JULY, 2017


Saturday, July 8

7:00  Los Angeles ChildrenÕs Chorus with Escolania de Montserrat,

These two premier children's choirs of the USA and Spain respectively, under direction of Directors Anne Tomlinson and Lloren¨ Castell—, respectively, present a FREE concert of works separately and together.

Escolania de Montserrat, founded in the Catalonia region in the 13th century and considered one of EuropeÕs oldest continuously operating boychoirs and music schools. The program includes:  Gregorian Chant: Germinans germinabit, T.L VICTORIA: Duo Seraphim, BERNAT VIVANCOS: Salve Regina, FRANZ SCHUBERT/BERNAT VIVANCOS: Ave Maria, BERNAT VIVANCOS: Welcome, FRANCESC CIVIL: La gata i el belitre, FRANCESC CIVIL: La Mare de Dˇu, ALBERT GUINOVART: Bestiolari, and other works. A selection of classical works and folk songs, performed by Los Angeles ChildrenÕs Chorus Concert Choir.
Pasadena Presbyterian Church, 585 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91101.  FREE (626) 793-4231, www.lachildrenschorus.org