Flutist Joseph Monticello’s playing has been praised by both the New York Times and Wall Street Journal as “graceful" and for being as “exciting as the singers.” Equally at home on both modern and historical flutes, Joseph spends most of his year as second flutist of the Florida Grand Opera and Palm Beach Symphony orchestras, making his home in Miami. Joseph remains active in the historical performance world, performing with Philharmonia Baroque, Boston Baroque, New York Baroque Incorporated, and as the principal flute of the newly formed Teatro Nuovo festival orchestra, specializing in the historically informed presentation of Bel Canto operatic masterworks on period-appropriate instruments. Having received his Masters in Historical Performance from The Juilliard School, Joseph has performed and toured worldwide with many of the leading conductors and ensembles of the early music movement, including: Nicholas McGegan, Masaaki Suzuki, Jordi Savall, Harry Bickett, Richard Egarr, and William Christie, having twice participated in the Les Arts Florissants summer festival “Dans les Jardins de William Christie” in Thire, France. Prior to his studies at Juilliard, Joseph received his Bachelor of Music from Oberlin Conservatory under Michel Debost and later, Alexa Still. It was there he first took up the baroque flute under Kathie Stewart, before continuing his studies with Sandra Miller at Juilliard.
Suggested ticket donation is $20 per person, but you can donate any amount, and it will go directly to YoungLife non for profit program in Truckee Ca.
New Vintage Baroque comes to you from NYC as the ensemble in residence at the University of Nevada, Reno to present an evening of early music spanning the 14th-18th century.
Love can be painful, full of disdain and even dangerous... What happens when someone swears to accept the torture with the passion, even if it means death?
"harshness, disdain, danger, and the refusal I receive have brought me to this, that for love I shall die..." Machaut
NVB drops you into the heart of the medieval period with the courtly music of Machaut with a playful courtship and an ominous oath of love. Lute songs then draw you into the renaissance period describing the perfect union and its regretful fade. Songs of the Baroque pave the way for the ill fated lovers to an end youll have to come and see!
This concert has been made possible in part by the support from Truckee.com Base Camp for Big Life.
A portion of the ticket proceeds will benefit YoungLife after school youth program in Truckee, CA.
Wine and cheese reception provided by Engel & Völker
Love can be painful, full of disdain and even dangerous... What happens when someone swears to accept the torture with the passion, even if it means death?
"…harshness, disdain, danger, and the refusal I receive
have brought me to this, that for love I shall die..."
NVB drops you into the heart of the medieval period with the courtly music of Machaut and a playful courtship and an ominous oath of love. Lute songs then draw you into the renaissance period describing the perfect union and its regretful fade. Songs of the Baroque pave the way for the ill fated lovers to an end you’ll have to come and see!
The event will feature the NYC based ensemble New Vintage Baroque, (currently in residence at UNR) for an intimate performance of ancient songs spanning the medieval, renaissance, and baroque era. There are only 50 seats available so please RSVP for yourself and your guest.
All proceeds of the event will go directly to the CYMBAL Foundation, empowering the next generation of young musicians in Incline Village.
This concert is a private event held at a home in Incline Village, if you would like to attend please RSVP to email@example.com and someone will be in touch with you.
Emma is long-time Art-Maker & Producer hailing from the east coast of Canada. A folk-singer at heart, Emma has turned her love of storytelling into a full time career working across six performance art disciplines: theatre, music, dance, spoken word, film, and comedy. She has worked as an educator, performance artist, Artistic Director, and Executive Producer on projects ranging from NYC public school programs to critically acclaimed world premieres. Emma can't help tapping her toes and laughing and singing along!
Canadian-born violinist Edwin Huizinga is quickly establishing a reputation as one of North America’s most versatile violinists. Performing both baroque and modern repertoire he enjoys performing with musicians from all kinds of genres worldwide.
As a soloist and chamber musician, Edwin has performed with the San Bernardino Symphony, the Note Bene Ensemble, the Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Orchestra, the Georgetown Bach Chorale, the Carmel Bach Festival, the Sweetwater Music Festival, the Trinity Alps Chamber Music Festival, and Banff Summer Arts Festival, among others.
As a baroque violinist, Edwin has toured throughout North America, Europe, and Asia with the world-renowned baroque orchestra Tafelmusik, Opera Atelier, the Wallfisch Band, Aradia Ensemble, and Theater of Early Music. He is a founding member of the baroque ensembles Passamezzo Moderno and ACRONYM, and is a member of the string trio Academy.
Concert Series. Edwin has served as guest director of the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, as a guest artist with I FURIOSI Baroque Ensemble, and as guest concertmaster of the New Dutch Academy and the Kansas City Baroque Orchestra.
As a modern violinist, Edwin has performed all over the US and Germany with The Knights NYC, and has recently joined the contemporary quartet OSSO based in NYC. Edwin has worked with notable conductors along the likes of James Gaffigan, Bruno Weil, Simon Rattle, Matthias Pintscher, Paul Goodwin, Jane Glover, and more.
In addition to his career as a classical violinist, Edwin is a member of the Juno-nominated indie rock band The Wooden Sky. He has performed with Broken Social Scene and Jazz Mafia, and has recorded with The Mars Volta and Vanessa Carlton, Great Bloomers, the Minators, among others.
Edwin has a passion for bringing chamber music to the people and is a founding member of the Classical Revolution which began in San Francisco in 2006. He currently serves as the Artistic Director of the Toronto Chapter of Classical Revolution, which he founded in 2010. Through Classical Revolution, he and his colleagues are shaping a future of concerts and jam sessions in alternative spaces around the world.
Edwin’s dedication to music education led him to his current position as Artistic Director of the Big Sur Music Camp. He has coordinated outreach with the Banff arts Centre, Oberlin College, Panama City, Panama, the Carmel Bach Festival, and more. He also currently teachers with The Hammer Band’s Violence to Violins program in Toronto, reaching children in at-risk neighborhoods who may otherwise never have an opportunity to learn music or play an instrument.
Edwin has a Bachelor of Music degree from Oberlin Conservatory and a Master of Music from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.
Nate Helgeson is in demand in the United States and abroad as a modern and historical bassoonist. He is a founding member of period instrument ensembles on both coasts, including SacroProfano, Grand Harmonie, and New Vintage Baroque. Nate also appears regularly with many of North America’s premier period ensembles, such as the Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, Portland Baroque Orchestra, Mercury Baroque, and the Trinity Baroque Orchestra. On the modern instrument, he has performed throughout the country with a diverse range of ensembles, including the Oregon Bach Festival Orchestra, the Boston Philharmonic, and Callithumpian Consort. Nate is a graduate of the Historical Performance program at the Juilliard School, and holds degrees in modern bassoon performance from the University of Oregon and the New England Conservatory of Music.
Elliot Figg is a keyboardist, conductor and composer from Dallas, Texas. He is a graduate of the Historical Performance Program at The Juilliard School where he studied harpsichord with Kenneth Weiss. He has also studied with Arthur Haas at the Yale School of Music. Elliot is an active member of several New York based early music and contemporary ensembles, including ACRONYM, New York Baroque Incorporated, and New Vintage Baroque. Recent engagements include: Conductor and harpsichordist for L'Amant Anonyme with Little Opera Theatre of New York; assistant conductor and harpsichordist for Cavalli's Veremonda with Spoleto Festival USA; assistant conductor and harpsichordist for Dido and Aeneas with L.A. Opera; assistant conductor and harpsichordist for Alcina and Orlando with WhiteboxLab. Elliot received Bachelor's and Master's degrees in music composition from the University of North Texas where he studied composition with Cindy McTee and Joseph Klein, and harpsichord with Lenora McCroskey. His own works combine baroque performance techniques with altered tuning systems and modern formal approaches.
Early music artist Adam Cockerham specializes in theorbo, lute, and baroque guitar. He has performed with ensembles such as Trinity Baroque Orchestra, NOVUS NY, TENET, Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, New York Baroque Incorporated, El Mundo, and J415. He has been involved in modern world premiere performances of 17th-century operas with companies such as Innsbrucker Festwochen der Alten Musik (Le nozze in sogno), Ars Minerva (La Cleopatra, Le Amazzoni nelle isole fortunate), and world premiere performances of new operas with companies like the Prototype Festival (Pulitzer Prize-winning Angel’s Bone) and Opera Saratoga (A Long Walk).
Cockerham is currently a doctoral candidate at The Juilliard School after completing his Master of Music degree in Historical Plucked Strings. He also holds Master and Bachelor of Music degrees in Classical Guitar Performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Partnering with acclaimed mezzo-soprano Danielle Sampson, he founded voice and guitar/lute duo Jarring Sounds.
based upon the the story of
Pyramus and Thisbe
from Ovid's Metamorphoses
Opera by Johann Adolph Hasse
Libretto by Marco Coltellini
A collaboration with New Vintage Baroque
Directed by Philip Shneidman
Conducted by Elliot Figg
March 22-25, 2018
PIRAMO e TISBE
with Giovanni Da Silva & Hunter Hoffman
*Performances on Thursday March 22nd and Saturday March 24th
+Performances on Friday March 23rd and Sunday March 26th
Elliot Figg, Conductor
Philip Shneidman, Director
Neil Patel & Cate McCrea, Set Designers
Lara De Bruijn, Costume Design
Grant Yeager, Lighting Design
Alex Basco Koch, Projection Design
Robert Airhart, Production Manager
Giles T. Horne, Production Stage Manager
Brad Lemons, Fight Director
Jessica Fleischman, Assitant Stage Manager
John Erickson, Associate Projection Designer
SESSIONS VOL. III: The Baroque
Introducing Sessions, a new series from Amanda + James bringing you performances from rising classical musicians in intimate, informal settings.
Our third installment focuses on music of the Baroque. The vibrant young period orchestra, New Vintage Baroque, Praised by the NY TIMES for their "appealing energy" and "thoughtfully conceived programming," will present a joyous program that will interweave brand new Baroque arrangements by Jonathan Woody of some of our most iconic holiday songs such as "Have Yourself and Merry Little Christmas" and "Let it Snow" with some of the most beautiful Baroque Christmas chamber music.
Featuring excerpts from:
Charpentier's Noel Sur Les Instruments H 534
Nativitatem Domini Canticum H 416
Corelli's Christmas Concerto
Owen McIntosh, tenor
Jonathan Woody, bass & arranger
Lindsay McIntosh, oboe
Jeff Girton, violin
Karen Dekker, violin
Anthony Albrecht, cello
Dylan Sauerwald, harpsichord
Dylan Greene, percussion
Art, Wine and Music!
Coburn Music will take you on a journey of Love, Loss and Madness by interweaving beautiful arias and instrumental works by Handel, Purcell, Monteverdi and Vivaldi.
What is this thing called Coffee?
Coburn Music presents a lunchtime performance of Bach's Coffee Cantata: an 18th century battle of wits between father and daughter over the merits of this new fad called Coffee. Free admission. All donations matched by Coffeebar. All ages welcome.
RSVP here! Suggested $20 ticket
*All ticket donations will be matched by Coffeebar!!
Music from Middle Earth
...or the 13th Century?
Coburn Music presents an evening of popular hits from 13th and 17th century France featuring virelays by Machaut and air de cours by Camprá. 8 PM and 9 PM sets.
COBURN EARLY MUSIC PARTNERS UP WITH TRAILS AND VISTAS TO BRING YOU "MUSIC IN THE MEADOW"
FEATURING NEW VINTAGE BAROQUE MUSIC AT PERAZZO MEADOWS
SUNDAY, AUGUST 6, 2017
Tickets: $35 Adult, $12 Student/Child
1/2 day art in nature experience with three extended musical performances
TIME: 9:00 am to 1:30 pm
LOCATION: Perazzo Meadows, HWY 89 North from Truckee, CA
This performance feature excerpts from Jean Frey Rebel's Characters of the Dance interwoven with songs from written and performed at the infamous 17th century Vauxhall Gardens in the Perazzo meadow. Joining Coburn Music is local musical historian Richard Blair, and folk singer and songwriter Angele Carroll.
Coburn Music invites you to join us for our opening gala, The Coburn Bacchanalia on August 5th, 2017 at the Cedar House Sport Hotel. Truckee's first and very own Baroque chamber music series will launch the week with an evening of three courses of music paired with Stella's Pop-Up culinary excellence.
$75 Admission: wine, canapés and music.
5-5:45pm: Table music, mingling, canapés and cocktails.
5:45-6:30pm: The Bacchanalia Concert
6:30-7pm: Table music, mingling, canapés and cocktails
Table Music Brunch Series @ National Sawdust
Table Music at National Sawdust is a one of a kind music series created and curated by Juilliard graduate and historical oboist Lindsay McIntosh, featuring a fresh and innovative young Baroque ensemble, New Vintage Baroque.
Inspired by Café Zimmerman, the largest and most popular Kaffeehaus in Leipzig and a center for the middle classes during the eighteenth century, National Sawdust and James Beard Award-winning chef Patrick Connolly bring you a Sunday brunch series.
Join us for a unique and warm dining experience, where you can enjoy live historically informed performance (HIP) music in a non traditional way. Not only does this series create a laid back environment for customers to come in and listen - it also gives a much needed arena for young performers to perform and practice HIP music of the eighteenth century.
New Vintage Baroque
New Vintage Baroque is the resident group for the Table Music Series.
Check out the Spring dates for brunch!
- January 29th, 2017 12-2pm
- February 12th, 2017 12-2pm
- March 5th, 2017 12-2pm
- April 23rd, 2017 12-2pm
- May 21st, 2017 12-2pm
- June 18th, 2017 12-2pm
September 11, 2016 @ 12-3pm
September 25, 2016 @ 12-3pm
October 9th, 2016 @ 11-2pm
November 13th, 2016 @ 11-2pm
December 11, 2016 @ 11-3pm
New Vintage Baroque
with special guest from Broadwood Juntion
Francis Liu, violin
Sarah Stone, violoncello
Patrick Jones, square piano
Broadwood Junction was formed after the chance discovery of an 1810 Broadwood square piano at an estate sale in Virginia. The must-have instrument of the late 18th century, square pianos paved the way for the middle class to make music at home, finding their way into the parlors of Jane Austen, Thomas Jefferson, Marie Antoinette, and Johann Christian Bach.
Broadwood Junction is dedicated to bringing the unique stories and timbres of our square piano to the public. Made up of alumni from Juilliard's Historical Performance program, the trio is passionate about exploring, experimenting, and performing repertoire from the early Classical to the Romantic era.
July 31st, 2016 11-2pm
August 14th, 2016 12-3pm
August 28th, 2016 12-3pm
”Wolf-in-Skins” is an evening-length “dance-opera” choreographed and directed by Christopher Williams and composed by Gregory Spears. Kings, foundlings, wolves, hounds, fay milkmaids and other mythical characters fill this dance opera that draws inspiration from a cycle of Welsh romance tales that preserve pre-Celtic and pre-Christian elements. It views marginalized or outmoded cultural relics, celebrating the “otherness” inherent in early Welsh literature, through a contemporary lens.
Driven by choreographed operatic sequences supported by supertitles, the work combines live music, dance, puppetry, and visual design to re-imagine lost mythology as a staged ritual. Singers performing in a quasi-archaic English represent the libretto’s human characters, whereas dancers embody its supernatural characters. A choir of shadow figures singing in Welsh represents the voices of the supernatural characters. The complete work strives to dovetail the traditional live performance genres of opera, dance, theater, and puppetry into a visual, sonorous, and spatial "polyphony" that forges new territory as its own performance hybrid carrying forward the tradition of Wagnerian “Gesamtkunstwerk” and Diaghilev’s “Ballets Russes.”
Wolf-in-Skins is currently in development in American Opera Projects’ “First Chance” and “Dance Opera Initiative” programs, supported by funding through the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and in partnership with Philadelphia Dance Projects, supported in part by The National Endowment for the Arts, the William Penn Foundation and the Philadelphia Cultural Fund.
Additional development of Wolf-in-Skins has been supported in part by funds from the 92nd Street Y New Works in Dance Fund, the Greenwall Foundation, and the O’Donnell-Green Music & Dance Foundation and provided through residencies at the MacDowell Colony, Yaddo, One Arm Red, Dance New Amsterdam, the Joyce SoHo as part of a Rockefeller Dance-Theater Planning Residency, and at Watermill - a laboratory for performance.
Photo by Andrew Jordan
New Vintage Baroque (NVB) and Oracle Hysterical (OH) round out their 2016-17 series at National Sawdust with a very special closing show. New Vintage and Oracle present 6 previously unreleased songs from their album, "Passionate Pilgrim" (VIA Records). The set includes 4 original songs by composer Majel Connery (deemed “thoroughly Schubertian” by Allan Kozinn, Wall Street Journal) that set the course for the album more than a decade later. The June 3rd show also marks the release of the Passionate Pilgrim Deluxe Album on VIA Records. In addition to this special offering, other music on the program ranges from freshly-minted re-orchestrations by Timo Andres of Benjamin Britten’s Folksong Arrangements for baroque band (featuring tenor Owen McIntosh) and Elliot Cole's striking living-room opera, Babinagar, based on a folktale from Afghanistan.
New Vintage Baroque presents Apocrypha
What happens when fate separates a work from its creator? What meaning is gained or lost from a piece devoid of a clear history? In chis concert, members of New Vintage Baroque wade into the ambiguous territory of anonymous, misattributed, and spurious works. Accompanying them on this journey will be the composing-singing-bards of Oracle Hysterical, writing companion pieces to the Passionate Pilgrim, an anonymous anthology of 20 poems once attributed to one 'W. Shakespeare." Featuring new works by Brad Balliett, Doug Balliett, Elliot Cole, and Majel Connery.
Venues: The Whitebox Gallery and The Danner Loft New York, NY
Concert Dates: 8, 9 May 2015
Lewis Walpole Library presents New Vintage Baroque “The Grand Tour”
The Grand Tour of the Eighteenth Century is know for its rich array of incredible music making, art, food and saucy social gatherings. New Vintage Baroque takes to the stage with quaint, joyful and luminous works heard on the road while Walpole toured the western world. This concert, presented by the Lewis Walpole Library, will take you on a similar journey of sounds and senses enjoyed by Horace Walpole and Thomas Gray. From luscious arias written for the most famous castrati to delightful Galant trio sonatas, Walpole's personal transcribed collection of manuscripts will transport you back to the 1740 Grand Tour itself.
Venue: First Church of Christ, Congregational, Farmington CT.
Date: 5 November 2016