The University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music
Arizona Baroque, the University of Arizona’s baroque ensemble
“Time for Solo Works”
Monday, December 14, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.
Online Presentation, Free Admission
Registration in advance
For more information please contact:
Olman Alfaro, firstname.lastname@example.org
The performance, titled ” Arizona Baroque: Time for Solo Works” will feature unaccompanied works by Telemann, van Eyck, Cabezón, an anonymous vocal piece, and a sonata by J.S. Bach.
Arizona Baroque is dedicated to the interpretation of early music from an academic perspective, supporting the current research and discussion about topics related to history and historical performance of well-known and recently discovered repertoire. This ensemble was created to foster the performance of little-known but exceptional vocal and instrumental music from the 17th and 18th centuries. Due to the current public health situation, the ensemble decided to focus on compositions for solo performers and adapt the concert to the online environment.
The group was founded by graduate student Olman Alfaro and is coached by Dr. John Brobeck. Members include outstanding graduate and undergraduate singers and instrumentalists from the Fred Fox School of Music. For more information about Arizona Baroque, please contact Olman Alfaro, email@example.com, or Dr. John Brobeck, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arizona Baroque Fall 2020:
Sierra Norris, recorder
Jessica Muiseke-Wilkison, violin
Cecilia Palma, cello
Edwin Guevara, guitar
Mariana Mevans, clavichord
Erika Burkhart, soprano
Olman Alfaro, artistic director
Dr. John Brobeck, coach