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Concert: A Tour of Italy
First Lutheran Church of Boston
Boston, MA
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Concert: A Tour of Italy
Tour Italy with your ears! Experience the newfound freedom of music in the Baroque era. Now that women were allowed into public performance of music, they began to take the stage as soloists and composers, like Barbara Strozzi. A womans voice was now celebrated and in demand. Soloists came into focus as virtuosity became the only thing for a good time. Scarlatti, Geminiani, Platti and more took advantage of this newfound expressive tool. Borders between countries, emotions, performers, words, and music all become more porous as the rise of the soloist brings us through the different cities of Italy. Hear what singer-songwriters sounded like in the 1660s

Trio Sonata la Bergamasca for two violins and continuo by Uccellini
In un mar di pensieri for soprano and continuo by Carissimi
Sonata in G Major for flute and continuo, op.1, no.6 by Anna Bon
Ciaccona for violin and continuo by Bertali
Idol mio bel tesoro for soprano, flute, and continuo by Bononcini
Sonata in F for recorder, strings and continuo by Scarlatti
Hor che Apollo by Strozzi
Quante Volte Giurai for two sopranos and continuo by Cesti
Occhi Perche Piangete for two sopranos and continuo by Steffani

Elysha Massatt, soprano
Rachel Marie Schachter, soprano
Sarah Vay Kerns, recorder & baroque flute
Danilo Bonina, baroque violin
Sylvia Schwartz, baroque violin
John Ott, baroque cello
Janice Massatt, harpsichord

First Lutheran Church has a wheelchair-accessible sanctuary and restroom.
Public transportation:
You can reach First Lutheran Church using the MBTA via any of the following:
Take the Green Line to Arlington or Copley
Take the Red Line to Charles/MGH
Take the Orange Line to Back Bay
Additional directions for driving and parking at https://www.flc-boston.org/contact-directions

LEsprit Baroque performs rarely-heard Baroque cantatas and chamber music for voices and period instruments in California and beyond. Our mission is to bring the amazing music of the Baroque era, and historical performance practice, to our audiences.


First Lutheran Church of Boston (View)
299 Berkeley St.
Boston, MA 02116
United States


Arts > Performance
Music > Classical
Music > Festivals

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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