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If It's Not Baroque...

It’s that time of year when Johann Sebastian and friends overwhelm the schedule. Our best picks from the seventeenth-century bunch.

  1. 1. The Baroque Festival

    December 15 through 19 at various locations

    Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s talented musicians perform a whole lotta Bach—namely, those indestructibly lovely solo cello suites and the complete Brandenburg concerti.

  2. 2. New York Philharmonic

    December 20 at Avery Fisher Hall

    Expert organist Richard Pare performs Handel’s Concerto No. 10 on a program with the composer’s Water Music and Corelli’s Christmas Concerto.

  3. 3. Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

    December 14 at the Metropolitan Museum

    The conductorless ensemble performs Bach cantatas just steps from the museum’s medieval-ish Christmas tree.


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