Fredericton Baroque Music Festival line up:

June 13-14, 2014

Concert 1:
When – 7:00pm, Friday, June 13
Who – Collegium Musicum (Sara Liptay – baroque violin, Katherine Moller – baroque violin, Tim Blackmore – harpsichord)
Where – Wilmot United Church (473 King St., Fredericton, NB)

Concert 2:
When – 2:00pm, Saturday, June 14
Who – RedOwl (Sari Tsuji – baroque violin, Jonathan Addleman – harpsichord)
Where – Wilmot United Church (473 King St., Fredericton, NB)

Concert 3:
When – 7:00pm, Saturday, June 14
Who – York Early Music Ensemble (Katherine Moller, Scott Kennedy, Ali Johnson, Julie Probert – violin, Suzanne Bonnell-Burley, Laura Hatfield – cello)
Where – Wilmot United Church (473 King St., Fredericton, NB)

Tickets: $20/adult, $15/senior, $5/student

Fredericton Baroque Music Festival line up:

June 1st, 2013

Concert 1:
When – 3:00pm
Who – Collegium Musicum
What – Chamber concertos by Telemann, Sammartini, Scheibe and Naudot

Concert 2:
When – 7:30pm
Who- York Early Music Ensemble
What – Music by Janitsch, Boismortier, Telemann, Susato and Anonymous

Tickets: $20/adult, $15/senior, $5/student

Fredericton Baroque Music Festival to return in 2013

Friday May 31st and Saturday June 1st

We are happy to announce that the Fredericton Baroque Music Festival will be held on Friday May 31st and Saturday June 1st, 2013. Three concerts will be held at the Christ Church Cathedral. Artists are still being selected, so stay tuned for more information!

2012-2013 Season

Jonathan Addleman, harpsichord & Sari Tsuji, baroque violin

No man is an island. Baroque composers did not create in a vacuum: they had colleagues, rivals, patrons and protegés, all of whom contributed to the musical landscape of the era. In this year’s concert series, we focus on three different composers, exploring their environment, influences and legacies.

New name & website!

Sari and Jon-o have a new website and a band name! All the info for both the Fredericton and Montreal concerts are now in one place at Please move your bookmarks accordingly!

Concerts at Gallery 78

Our intimate Fredericton series takes place at Crocket House, a historical home-turned-art-gallery overlooking the Saint John River. Concerts start at at 2pm on Sunday afternoons.

Gallery 78
796 Queen Street
Fredericton, NB

New Montreal Series

We’re excited to launch a new series of concerts at Westmount Park United Church, right beside Westmount Park itself. Join us Sundays at 3pm.

Westmount Park United Church
4695 de Maisonneuve W.
Westmount, QC
Metro Vendôme

Froberger’s Travels

Johann Jakob Froberger was the foremost keyboard player and composer of the 17th century, and one of the only composers to focus exclusively on keyboard works. In addition to his deeply personal and emotional music, he is famous for his extensive travels throughout Europe. Follow his journeys through Germany, Italy, England, and France, and hear some of the music he heard and inspired along the way.

  • Sunday September 23, 2pm in Fredericton
  • Sunday October 21, 3pm in Montréal
Canzon Terza a Canto solo — Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583-1643)
Toccata Undecima from Il secondo libro di toccate (1637) — G. Frescobaldi
Toccata FbWV 101 — Johann Jakob Froberger (1616-1667)
Ricercar FbWV 407 — J.J. Froberger
Chiacona — Antonio Bertali (1605-1669)
Prélude à l’imitation de Froberger — Louis Couperin (1626-1661)
Pièces de Viole — L. Couperin
Tombeau de Blancrocher — J.J. Froberger
Ayres for 3 Viols — John Jenkins (1592-1678)
Plainte faite à Londres… — J.J. Froberger
Meditation sur ma mort futur — J.J. Froberger

Cosmopolitan Telemann

More popular than Bach in his day, and one of the most prolific composers ever, Georg Philipp Telemann’s works were unfairly neglected by historians and performers for much of the 19th century. With their quirky sense of timing and unique blend of French, Italian, and Polish styles, it is hard to resist their charm.

  • Sunday February 17, 2pm in Fredericton
  • Sunday February 24, 3pm in Montréal

Bach’s Transcriptions

Johann Sebastian Bach was, without a doubt, one of the greatest composers ever to have lived. But that didn’t stop him from reusing his own music and that of others, both to save time, and to study new styles of composition. This concert is entirely dedicated to the innovative ways that Bach recycled music.

  • Sunday May 26, 2pm in Fredericton
  • Sunday June 2, 3pm in Montréal


Pay what you can, suggested contribution $20.

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