Kingston Baroque Consort 2022-23 Season

The Kingston Baroque Consort is pleased to announce its second season of
music from the Baroque era. The 2022-23 season will feature four
in-person concerts on Fridays, featuring Baroque favourites and some
unexpected new delights. With generous support from the Kingston Arts
Council and the Ballytobin Foundation, the first concert of the season
will take place at the Isabel Bader Centre for the performing arts.

Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme: Comedy from Lully’s 17th Century France
Oct. 7, 2022, 7:30pm - Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts

Folk in Baroque: Music and Tales from the British Isles
Nov. 18, 2022, 5:15pm - St. James Anglican Church

L'arte del arco: Italian Music for Strings
(featuring Elinor Frey, one of Canada's leading Baroque specialists)
Jan. 20, 2023, 5:15pm - St. James Anglican Church

Baroque Celebration! Bach and Friends
(featuring Bach’s famous Third Orchestral Suite)
March 10, 2023, 5:15pm - St. James Anglican Church

Single tickets: Adults $25, Students $10, Under 17 free
Subscription to all 4 concerts: Adults $80, Students $30, Under 17 free

Tickets are available by emailing/calling [email protected],
613-217-5099, or can be purchased at Novel Idea, 156 Princess St.

The KBC is Kingston’s newest orchestra devoted wholly to Historically
Informed practice of music from the Baroque era. Founded by Katie
Legere, Jeff Hamacher, Julia McFarlane, and Michael Capon, the KBC is a
collective of professional musicians drawn from the Kingston Symphony
Orchestra and the wider community.

Violins: Gisele Dalbec-Szczesniak, Andrew Dicker, Lisa Draper, Venetia
Gauthier, Danielle Lennon, and Julia McFarlane
Viola: Eileen Beaudette
Cello/Gamba: Jeff Hamacher, Jason Hawke
Flute: William Egnatoff
Recorders: Jason Hawke, Heather Schreiner, Katie Legere
Bassoon: Katie Legere
Harpsichord: Michael Capon

Web: https://livemusickingston.ca/kingston-baroque-consort-2022
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KingstonBaroque/