7:30 PM • March 8, 2013
Masterful period ensemble Chatham baroque gives audiences dazzling technique and artful interpretation on authentic instruments. Their Oneonta program will also feature dance and song from 17th and 18th century Spain and Italy.
Chatham members Andrew Fouts (baroque violin), Patricia Halverson (viola da gamba), and Scott Pauley (theorbo and baroque guitar) will be joined by five guests: Julie Andrijeski (baroque violin), Danny Mallon (percussion), soprano Nell Snaidas, and baroque dancers Paige Whitley-Bauguess and Thomas Baird.
Tickets are available at The Green Toad Bookstore on Main Street, and at The Eighth Note on South Main Street, in Oneonta, and at the door. Admission is $20 for adults; $6 for students.
At 10:30am on March 8 at The Oneonta Theatre, Chatham Baroque will offer a preview of its evening performance. Admission to the morning preview, to last about an hour, is only $3 at the door.
The early music ensemble will also offer free performances to area school students on Thursday, March 7, as part of OCA’s community outreach program. (For details, click on the “Community Outreach/Young Artists” tab on the top of this page.)
Sponsored by the Plains at Parish Homestead
This project is partially supported by grants from Pennsylvania Performing Arts on Tour,
a program developed and funded by the Heinz Endowments; the William Penn Foundation;
the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency; and The Pew Charitable Trusts; and
administered by Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation. www.pennpat.org