It was music that broke all the rules, caused an uproar, and turned the establishment on its head. It was the birth of the modern, the birth of the cool. It rocked and it rolled 400 years ago, and we play it like it was written yesterday. Experience the music that pushed the limits and changed the world, including works by Castello, Marini, Rossi, Jarzebski, and more.
About Tekla Cunningham
Tekla Cunningham (baroque violin) leads an active and varied musical life. She is Orchestra Director and concertmaster of Pacific MusicWorks and an artist-in-residence at the University of Washington School of Music. She directs the Whidbey Island Music Festival, a summer concert series now in its twelfth season, which presents vibrant period-instrument performances of repertoire ranging […]
About Anna Marsh
Anna Marsh (baroque bassoon) owns six bassoons from different eras and performs with Opera Lafayette, Tempesta Di Mare, Tafelmusik, and Washington Bach Consort, among others. She is bassoon faculty at San Francisco’s Early Music Society Baroque Workshop and the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival and co-directs the Renaissance band Ensemble Lipzodes. Anna holds a DM in […]
About Henry Lebedinsky
Henry Lebedinsky (harpsichord) performs internationally on harpsichord, organ, and clavichord, both as a soloist and with Pacific MusicWorks, Agave Baroque, and The Live Oak Baroque Orchestra. He has appeared with The Seattle Symphony, Seattle Opera, The St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, The Charlotte Symphony, and Seraphic Fire, among others, and has taught master classes and workshops […]