Akademie f‹r Alte Musik Berlin Makes North American Debut

Classic Arts News   Akademie f‹r Alte Musik Berlin Makes North American Debut
 
The early music group Akademie f‹r Alte Musik Berlin opens its first American tour at Chicago's Mandel Hall tonight.

Founded in 1982 by a group of period-instrument enthusiasts in East Berlin, the conductorless group has gained worldwide attention since the reunification of Germany. Its North American debut coincides with the release of a new CD, Overt‹ren: Music for the Hamburg Opera.

The tour includes stops in New York, Washington, Boston, Berkeley, and Los Angeles over the next week; repertoire includes music by Veracini, Vivaldi, Geminiani, and Bach. A complete itinerary is below.

Friday, May 6: Mandel Hall, University of Chicago, Chicago
Saturday, May 8: Zankel Hall, Carnegie Hall, New York
Wednesday, May 11: Memorial Chapel, Union College, Schenectady, NY
Thursday, May 12: Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Friday, May 13: Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory, Boston
Sunday, May 15: Wheeler Auditorium, University of California at Berkeley
Monday, May 16: Napa Valley Opera House, Napa, CA
Wednesday, May 18: Royce Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles


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