BAROQUE BISTRO – Fun & casual restaurant performances

Brian Kay
plucked instruments &
Artistic Leadership Fellow

FEATURING… Amanda, Brian, & Friends!

Adventurous 75-minute performances exploring the crossroads of art and tradition. Come 30-60 minutes early to begin dining, and finish dessert during the performance!

$20 cover charge, reduced to $10 for AF subscribers.

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Program #1
WING IT! – Where Baroque Meets Jazz

Apollo’s Fire launches its new Baroque Bistro series with “Wing It!” — exploring human creativity through musical improvisation. At the crossroads of Baroque and Jazz, 5 musicians led by Amanda Powell and Brian Kay weave songs and stories drawing upon the inspirations of both styles. Musicians who are equally at home in both genres will guide you on this artistic journey, and you may even find yourself swept into the improvisation! An engaging, spontaneous and fun evening.

 

Friday, October 26 – Mustard Seed Market, MONTROSE
7:00pm CONCERT
(dinner-concert package, with Café buffet available from 6:00pm)*

Sunday, October 28 – Music Box Supper Club, CLEVELAND
7:00pm CONCERT
(dinner available from 5:30pm)

*Baroque Bistro Concerts at Mustard Seed are a dinner-concert package and must be purchased in advance. Call the Box Office at 800.314.2535 for details.

NEW VIDEO! Amanda, Brian, and Apollo’s Fire perform “Pizzica” (from WING IT!)

Program #2
LOVERS, LUTES, & LYRES – An Old English Valentine

As Dowland and Purcell sang, “music is the food of love…”

Thursday, February 14 – Music Box Supper Club, CLEVELAND
7:00pm CONCERT
(dinner available from 5:00pm)

Friday, February 15 – Nighttown Restaurant, CLEVELAND Heights
7:00pm CONCERT
(dinner available from 6:00pm)

Saturday, February 16 – Mustard Seed Market, MONTROSE
7:15pm CONCERT
(dinner-concert package, 4-course dinner seating at 6:00pm)*

*Baroque Bistro Concerts at Mustard Seed are a dinner-concert package and must be purchased in advance. Call the Box Office at 800.314.2535 for details.

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“The U.S.A.’s hottest baroque band.” –CLASSICAL MUSIC MAGAZINE (UK)

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