photographUpcoming Concerts:

March 29, 2015  5 pm           Paint Branch Unitarian Church



                                           Amanda Balestrieri,

                                           Elizabeth  Field, and

                                           Steve Silverman                                   

Latest Review:

At Baroque Bonanza, performers give grand musical style a soft beauty

…Rosa Lamoreaux is one of the finest early-music sopranos to be found, and she opened the second half of the program by leading the Arcovoce ensemble in strikingly vivid readings of two chamber cantatas, Vivaldi’s “All’ombra di sospetto” and Alessandro Scarlatti’s “Correa nel seno.” The instrumentalists in this remarkable ensemble are equally strong, and Nina Falk (on baroque violin) turned in a mesmerizing account of the Sonata No. 3 in F major by Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre (one of the rare female composers of the time), while harpsichordist Stephen Silverman played two of Domenico Scarlatti’s sonatas with rare insight and grace.

Washington Post, June 23, 2014