We poets pride ourselves on what
We feel, and not what we achieve;
The world may call our children fools,
Aberfoyle Baroque Events
Aberfoyle Baroque offers three different types of concert events, each of which includes a full concert of 60-80 minutes. Soirées offer a complimentary seated multi-course meal with fine wines; Lux Concerts offer complimentary canapés or desserts with fine beverages; & Concerts offer complimentary fine beverages. We also host occasional Master Classes led by exceptional instructors & performers on a broad range of topics.
Philippe LeRoy is a French harpsichordist of prodigious talent, evident in his recent recording "Suspiros de españa - Spanish Harpsichord Sonatas" (Peyrole Records). Anticipate an evening of technical mastery, refined musical interpretation, and marvelous lyricism as this highly accomplished artist performs European 17th and 18th century works for the harpsichord.
An evening of beautiful works written for two harpsichords performed by two outstanding artists, two-time Grammy nominee Jory Vinikour & the internationally acclaimed Philippe LeRoy.
Enjoy wonderful music written for the harpsichord by three of the greatest Baroque composers, all of whom were born in 1685 - J.S. Bach, Handel & Scarlatti.
Don't miss Jean Rondeau performing J.S. Bach's incomparable Goldberg Variations!
Paige Whitley-Bauguess will perform at Capitol Early Music's "Characters of the Dance" March 31, 2017. Instrumentalists include Heloise Degrugillier, recorder; Mary Findley, violin; Douglas Poplin, cello; & Patrick Merrill, harpsichord. Full information & tickets at www.CapitolEarlyMusic.org.
Aberfoyle Baroque is proud to present internationally renowned harpsichordists Jory Vinikour, Jean Rondeau, Alberto Busettini, Béatrice Martin, Leon Schelhase & Philippe Leroy in its 2016-2017 season.
On Saturday evening July 23 Aberfoyle Baroque’s audience was treated to an exquisite recital by Grammy Award-winning tenor Aaron Sheehan and harpsichordist/pianist Adam Pearl. The concert, which had sold out more than one month in advance, highlighted the musical lineage of two nations (Britain and France) through works from two eras (the Baroque and the 20th century) in two genres (vocal comp