November 17, 2014View Video
Highlights of Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610
Highlights of Boston Baroque's performance of Monteverdi's Vespers featuring sopranos Yulia Van Doren and Teresa Wakim, and enors Thomas Cooley and Aaron Sheehan, alongside the Boston Baroque Orchestra and Chorus. All under the music direction of Martin Pearlman. November 14, 2014 at NEC's Jordan Hall, Boston. Video by Kathy Wittman at Ball Square Films.
2012 – 2013View Video
As of today, Boston Baroque has 23 professional recordings, including three Grammy nominations. The acoustically perfect Mechanics Hall in Worcester serves as the perfect setting for our annual recordings.
October 19 & 20, 2012View Video
“The performance was superbly conceived, conducted, played, sung, and acted. Amanda Forsythe was a flirtatious Queen Partenope” – The Boston Globe
Semi Stage performance of Handel’s Partenope includes soprano Amanda Forsythe as Queen Partenope, countertenor Owen Willets as Arsace, mezzo-soprano Kirsten Solleck as Rosmira, countertenor David Trudgen as Armindo, and tenor Aaron Sheehan as Emilio.
September 23, 2012View Video
New Directions Series: Martin Pearlman’s Finnegans Wake: An Operoar
With this concert, Boston Baroque launched the New Directions Series, aimed at presenting music from the Baroque to the contemporary in an intimate setting. “Fun, puns at Boston Baroque’s ‘Finnegans Wake’ “ – The Boston Globe
May 18 & 19, 2012View Video
Gluck’s Orfeo ed Eurdice
“British countertenor Owen Willetts, as Orfeo, was tasked with carrying most of the opera, and he was superb…” – The Boston Globe
Semi-staged by David Gately, the cast included countertenor Owen Willets as Orfeo, soprano Mary Wilson as Euridice, and soprano Courtney Huffman as Amor.