“Without music life would be a mistake.”
~Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
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Dorian Baroque offers small ensemble concerts in addition to orchestral music. Our mission is to engage the listener with dynamic performances, educate young musicians on a historical approach to music making and draw a broad audience to music performed on period instruments.Read more
The musicians of Dorian Baroque are talented soloists that share a passion for music played on historical instruments. Their diverse musical backgrounds include ventures in early music, opera, and popular music of today. Our roster of players includes some of the most gifted up and coming early music specialists in New York.Read more
We are in our second season! Check out the concerts we have in store for 2013-14.Read more
The Curious Case of the Sonata:
Instrumental Inventions of Italy in the 17th Century
The Sonata was a new form of purely instrumental music that employed experimental sounds and virtuosic improvisation to convey musical thought without text.
Sunday, April 27th at 3pm
The Church of the Epiphany, 1393 York Avenue at 74th Street, New York, NY 10021
$15 General Admission
$10 Students & Seniors with ID
Tickets are available by cash/check only at the door