JT Mitchell, a master’s candidate studying baroque flute with Gwyn Roberts and harpsichord with Adam Pearl, will present a recital in collaboration with harpsichordist Gabriel Benton on Sunday, April 30 at 7:00 pm at Grace and St. Peter’s Church in Baltimore. The recital is free and open to the public.
The Peabody Consort, an early music group founded by faculty artist Mark Cudek (MM ’82, Lute), will revive their Words and Music of Three Faiths program, with guest artist Daphna Mor, recorder, on Sunday, June 18 at Second Presbyterian Church in Baltimore. Additionally, Ms. Mor, Niccolo Seligmann (BM ’15, Early Music), Brian Kay (BM ’13, MM ’15, Early Music), Julie Bosworth (MM ’13, Early Music), and Mr. Cudek will be participating in Indianapolis Early Music Festival in June and Early Music Hawaii in November.
Pro Musica Rara, an early music ensemble, featuring Early Music faculty members Stephen Bard, Ivan Stefanovic, and Adam Pearl (BM ’99, Piano; MM ’01, DMA ’09, Harpsichord), and guest artist Clara Rottsolk, presented their annual SuperBach Sunday concert on Sunday, February 5 at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Additional upcoming performances by Pro Musica Rara include Bach in Berlin, on Sunday, March 19 at 3:30 pm, and Bohemian Baroque, with guest artist Paul Leenhouts, recorder, on Sunday, May 14 at 3:30 pm, at the Baltimore Museum of Art.
Niccolo Seligmann (BM ’15, Early Music), performing under the name Ladyprodukt, will perform Thursday, January 19 at 8:30pm as part of the Thrive Music shows at Jordan Faye Contemporary. More information is available here.
Love & Lust, a CD by Elizabeth Hungerford (BM ’10, Voice) and Andrew Arceci (BM ’08, Viola da Gamba; Double Bass) featuring the duo of soprano and viola da gamba, received positive reviews by The Viol, Opera Now, and Review Graveyard. Darren Rea of Review graveyard praised, “For lovers of Classical music, this is an essential purchase.” Love & Lust is available for purchase on Cdbaby.