Founded by harpsichordist and conductor Martin Pearlman, Boston Baroque is North America’s oldest orchestra and chorus dedicated to performing Baroque music. The group uses period instruments and is one of the leaders in the authentic performance movement, serving as the resident professional ensemble for the Historical Performance Program at Boston University.
Boston Baroque Information
- Other Venue: Sanders Theatre, 45 Quincy Street, Cambridge
- Public Transportation: Good (both venues are close to T stops)
- Handicapped Accessibility: Good
- Performances/Programs: Five programs, 10 performances
- Ticket Prices: $25–$73
- Subscriptions: Three-, Four-, or Five-concert packages are offered from $79–$336. Ticket exchanges are only available for subscribers. Additional benefits include free ticket replacement, discounted parking, easy ticket exchanges, and 15% discount on additional tickets and CDs
- Membership: Contributions from $25–$10,000+ for the Annual Fund are welcome. Based on donation amount, benefits include program listing, complimentary Boston Baroque CDs, invites to meet-the-artist receptions, private recitals, and dress rehearsals.