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Based in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, La Fiocco is a devoted to performing music of the 17th and 18th century music on period instruments. La Fiocco's mission is to showcase its members, guest artists, and local musicians  in the solo and small ensemble repertoire of the period, on period instruments. The group takes its name from the South Netherlands composer Joseph Hector Fiocco (1703-1741). 

La Fiocco has performed at the Grounds for Sculpture, historic houses, and St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, in Lambertville, NJ.  Musicians who have performed or are schedule to perform with La Fiocco include Sheila Fernekes and Sue Parisi, recorders, Michelle Cosgrove, Christa Pehl, and Rebecca Stuhr, baroque flute; Stephen Berkelhammer, recorder and baroque oboe; Rachel Evans and Marc Levine, baroque violin; Warren Hansen, baroque viola; Eva Kuhn nad Benjamin Wolff, baroque cello; Lynn Fergusson, viola da gamba and baroque cello; Amy Warren and Elizabeth Weinfeld, viola da gamba; Hank Heijink and Daniel Boring, theorbo and baroque guitar, David Clark Little, Kelly Savage, and Benjamin Berman, harpsichord; Ron Evans, dulcian and baroque bassoon;Diana Whitener, soprano, and leader Lewis R. Baratz on recorder, harpsichord and English classical square piano.

La Fiocco performed (Sunday, February 22, 2009) at The Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd in Brooklyn, New York. The concert featured baroque flutist Rebecca Stuhr, violist da gamba Lynn Fergusson, and harpsichordist Lewis R. Baratz performing works of Hotteterre, Krebs, Telemann, Albinoni, CPE Bach, and LeClair.  La Fiocco performed at St. Andrew Episcopal Church in Lambertville, NJ, on April 4, 2009, with  Rebecca Stuhr and Michelle Cosgrove, baroque flutes; Lynn Fergusson, baroque cello and viola da gamba; and Lewis Baratz performing the trio sonata in g minor by Louis Antoine Dornell, the trio sonata in G major by JS Bach, and solo works by Hotteterre, Krebs, Telemann, and CPE Bach.   La Fiocco made its NYC debut in May 2010 with performances of recorder concertos by Mancini, Babell, and Baston. 

La Fiocco performed with Lewis R. Baratz on recorder, Stephen Berkelhammer on recorder and baroque oboe, Amy Warren on viola da gamba, and David Clark Little joining the group as harpsichordist, in Willow Grove PA, in Springfield, NJ, and at the Guild Early Music's all-day early music event at the Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, New Jersey (October 25, 2009).

La Fiocco has performed in New York City on May 5th, with director Lewis R. Baratz featured on a variety or recorders, including an early 17th-century copy soprano recorder, an English "6th flute" (a high-pitched soprano popular around 1700), a Dutch "voice flute" (a type of tenor recorder), and a baroque alto recorder.  The group performed recorder concertos by Babell, Baston, and Macini, and other solo and chamber works.  Artists inc.uded Rachel Evans and Marc Levine (baroque violins), Warren Hansen (baroque viola), Hank Heijink (theorbo and baroque guitar), Benjamin Wolff (baroque cello), B. Andrew Mills (harpsichord and chamber organ), Elizabeth Weinfield (viola da gamba), and Ron Evans (dulcian and baroque bassoon).

Baroque flutists Rebecca Stuhr and Michelle Cosgrove, baroque violinist Rachel Evans, gamist and baroque cellist Lynn Fergusson, gambist Amy Warren, harpsichordist Lewis R. Baratz, and theorbist/baroque guitarist Daniel Boring performed a program of music of France, England, and the Hansa c. 1653-1743) at St. Andrews Church, Lambertville, on October 9, 2010; and young artists Diana Whitener, soprano, and harpsichordist Benjamin Berman joined Lewis R. Baratz (recorder) and Lynn Fergusson (baroque cello) in Handel's Se Nel Bosco (Arianne, end of Act II) and Telemann's cantata Hemmet den Eifer at the Grounds for Sculpture on October 17, 2010, as part of the Guild for Early Music's annual showcase performance.  Benjamin also played a solo Telemann harpsichord fantasia to an elated audience. 

La Fiocco sound clips:    

Telemann Flute Sonata in b minor, 4th mov't

Leclair Flute Sonata in e minor, 1st mov't   

Hotteterre Suite in D Major for Flute & Continuo: 
     Prélude - Allemande - Courante - Sarabande - Gigue

Louis Couperin - Prelude non-mesuré in F

; Violist da gamba Lynn Fergusson; harpsichordist Lewis R. Baratz, flutist Rebecca Stuhr 
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April 25 2014
Apr-25-2014
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Lambertville, NJ, presents recorder player Lewis R. Baratz & harpsichordist Sean Price in a program of music written between 1680 and 1730 for recorder and harpsichord.  Works by Van Eyck, Loeillet, Handel, Telemann, and Bach.  Suggested donation $20 to benefit the St. Andrew's Church music program. Friday, April 25, and 8 PM. St. Andrew's Church, 50 York Street, Lambertville, NJ.  For more information contact 609-397-2425 or visit standrewslambertville.org.

Flauto Dolce Duo is a member of the Guild for Early Music.
 
April 27 2014
Apr-27-2014
"German Giants," works by Bach, Handel, Telemann and others.  La Bernadinia:  Rainer Beckmann, recorder; Donna Fournier, viola da gamba;  and Marcia Kravis, harpsichord

Sunday, April 27th, 3:00 PM
University Lutheran Church
3637 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
Free will Offering

For more information, visit http://www.bernardinia.org/2013-14

**La Bernadinia is a member of the Guild for Early Music.
 
April 27 2014
Apr-27-2014
Westminster Choir College presents: Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610.
Westminster Kantorei with Westminster Chamber Orchestra, on period instruments.  Amanda Quist, conductor, William Hobbs, continuo.

Sunday, April 27, 3PM. Princeton Meadow Church 545 Meadow Rd. Princeton, NJ 08540
$20 adults/$15 students/seniors
Box office: 609-921-2663
Or online.  http://sa1.seatadvisor.com/sabo/servlets/EventSearch?presenter=WCCRU
 
April 28 2014
Apr-28-2014
Princeton Pro Musica** Presents: A Symposium on Handel’s Israel in Egypt
Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, NJ.  Free and open to the public.

Princeton Pro Musica will hold a symposium panel discussion prior to its May concert of great music by G.F. Handel, featuring the oratorio Israel In Egypt. The free symposium will be held at the Princeton Public Library, Princeton, on Monday, April 28 at 7:00pm. No tickets are required.

Moderated by Dr. Ryan Brandau, Dr. Wendy Heller, Professor of Music at Princeton University, Dr. Andrew Megill, conductor of Fuma Sacra and the Montreal Symphony Chorus and a professor at Westminster Choir College, and Dr. Joyce Irwin, a scholar of religion and music and singer and former professor at Colgate University, will consider the work's exciting music, unusual libretto, and unique design in order to understand its special place in the history of Handel’s oratorios.

**Princeton Pro Musica is a member of the Guild for Early Music.

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