Bach’s Birthday Party – Part I: Orchestral Fireworks

October 9-12

The Monteverdi Vespers of 1610

October 31-November 7

Sacrum Mysterium: A Celtic Christmas Vespers

December 3 & 7

Handel’s Messiah

December 11-15

The Fireside Concerts: Bach Family Frolic

January 22-25

Blues Café 1610

February 12-16

Vivaldi’s Four Seasons: rediscovered

April 16-26


In the News

AF Wins 5 Rave Reviews in its 3rd European Tour!

This May, Apollo’s Fire won the hearts of European audiences and the press, as the ensemble’s 3rd European tour took the musicians to London, Birmingham and Austria. THE TELEGRAPH proclaimed “an evening of superlative music-making”

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BBC Music Magazine picks Apollo’s Fire & Sandrine Piau as one of 20 Unmissable Events – May 2014

Love is in the air as leading American period instrument ensemble Apollo’s Fire embarks on a three-date European tour in the company of French soprano Sandrine Piau. Impassioned excerpts from Handel’s Alcina, Giulio Cesare and

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BBC Music Magazine lists AF’s Praetorius Christmas Vespers as a Top 20 Live Event for Christmas in North America

Apollo’s Fire can always be counted on for fresh and unusual programming as this performance of Michael Praetorius’s Christmas Vespers should demonstrate. Jeannette Sorrell leads the Cleveland-based period ensemble in this virtuosic and sophisticated intermingling

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Plain Dealer feature: Apollo’s Fire looks ahead to bright future in Cleveland and beyond

Big things are happening at Apollo’s Fire, and to witness them, all you need to do is visit your nearest concert venue. Even as Cleveland’s Baroque orchestra responds to growing demand in Europe and the

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AF Signs on with Columbia Artists Management (CAMI)

In response to increased demand and interest in AF around the country, Columbia Artists Management, Inc. (CAMI) has signed the ensemble for exclusive management of AF's touring in North and South America, beginning in Dec. 2014. AF will be managed by CAMI's Senior Vice President, Doug Sheldon, who also manages the New York Philharmonic, violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter, and conductor Valery Gergiev.

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