JOIN US ON TOUR THIS SUMMER! – festivals in NYC and Chicago

This summer, Apollo’s Fire returns to two of America’s leading classical music festivals – both in beautiful settings.  In addition, Jeannette returns to the podium of Lincoln Center, this time making her debut with the Lincoln Center Festival Orchestra.

Some Apollo’s Fire patrons are coming with us!  Are you among them?  Let us know, so that we can invite you to any post-concert dinners with Jeannette Sorrell, Alan Choo, and the musicians!

Three events to choose from:

Sunday, July 28 – Apollo’s Fire at the CARAMOOR Festival (Katonah/NYC)

PROGRAM  | Storms & Tempests:  Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and Tempestuous Arias by Handel & Marais
Alan Choo, violin; Amanda Forsythe, soprano
Jeannette Sorrell, conductor/harpsichordJust outside of New York City!  Stroll the beautiful grounds of historic Caramoor, order a catered picnic box or bring your own picnic, and enjoy the 4pm concert in Caramoor’s Venetian Theatre.
 
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Friday & Saturday, August 2 & 3 – Jeannette Sorrell leads the Lincoln Center Festival Orchestra, New York City

PROGRAM |  Sorrell Conducts Mozart & Bologne, with soprano Sonya Headlam
David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center

Enjoy a weekend in NYC and raise a glass to Jeannette and Sonya as they make their debuts at America’s most beloved urban classical music festival!

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Thursday, August 15 – Apollo’s Fire at RAVINIA (Highland Park/Chicago)

PROGRAM | Vivaldi’s Four Seasons – rediscovered
Alan Choo, violin; Jeannette Sorrell, conductor/harpsichordApollo’s Fire returns to the renowned Ravinia Festival for the 5th time!  Enjoy a picnic on the lawn, and meet AF’s Chicago fans at the pre-concert Prosecco reception hosted by the Chicago Friends of Apollo’s Fire.  This concert will sell out, so get your tickets soon!

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Please let us know you’re coming so that we can invite you to any gatherings with the musicians.  Contact Development Manager Ryan Downey, rdowney@apollosfire.org or call Ryan at 216.320.0012, x 6.

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

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