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BACHTOBERFEST

Bach’s ability to evoke the whole spectrum of human emotions is often overshadowed by his sheer contrapuntal genius. Soprano Linda Tsatsanis joins the Underground House Band in a celebration of this often-overlooked aspect of Bach’s music, from high-spirited dances to the depths of sorrow.

Featured winery: Northwest Cellars

Fri oct 4, 2019 - 7:30 PM

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The Art of the Fugue: Conversations in Counterpoint

Caroline Nicolas, baroque cello and viola da gamba

Caroline Nicolas, baroque cello and viola da gamba

A monumental testament of both the breadth of Baroque style and compositional art, Bach’s final masterpiece comes to life in rich and revealing arrangements for period strings and organ, performed by some of Seattle’s finest Baroque performers.

Featured winery: Finn Hill Winery

Fri Nov 1, 2019 - 7:30 PM

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Glad (Baroque) tidings

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Ring in the Holiday season with Henry Lebedinsky and the Underground House Singers as they offer up a premium blend of Renaissance and Baroque Christmas carols from the Celtic countries, France, England, and colonial America. Make your spirits even brighter with audience sing-alongs and a few special surprises. Don't miss out!

Featured winery: Nota Bene Cellars

Fri dec 6, 2019 - 7:30 pm

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Reed all about it

Anna Marsh, baroque bassoon

Anna Marsh, baroque bassoon

While he was best known for his violin concertos, Antonio Vivaldi also composed some of the 18th century’s finest music for double reeds. Hear it, along with works by Telemann, Platti, and more, performed by baroque oboist Curtis Foster, baroque bassoonist Anna Marsh, and harpsichordist Henry Lebedinsky.

Featured winery: Two Vintners

Fri Jan 3, 2020 - 7:30 pm

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A Duel in dresden

Tekla Cunningham, baroque violin

Tekla Cunningham, baroque violin

In the early 18th century the Dresden court orchestra was considered the best in Europe, in no small part due to the leadership of Johann Georg Pisendel and Francesco Maria Veracini, rival violinists whose extravagant virtuosity was outdone by their colorful and larger-than-life personalities. Experience the fireworks – both on stage and behind-the-scenes – as we bring this extraordinary story to life in this extraordinary program featuring baroque violinist Tekla Cunningham, baroque cellist Caroline Nicolas, and harpsichordist Henry Lebedinsky.

Featured wines: Dessert wine and chocolate pairings for Valentine’s Day

Fri feb 7, 2020 - 7:30 pm

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Telemann’s ‘paris’ quartets

Joshua Romatowski, baroque flute

Joshua Romatowski, baroque flute

Georg Philipp Telemann’s six ‘Paris’ quartets, written for some of the finest French musicians of his age, showcase the cosmopolitan composer’s unique ability to blend emotional depth with charm, wit, and virtuosity. Baroque flautist Joshua Romatowski leads an all-star ensemble in selections from this remarkable collection.

Featured wines: Fine French varietals from Camaraderie Cellars

Fri apr 3, 2020 - 7:30 pm

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Joyne Hands: Music from the Court of Queen Elizabeth

Kevin Payne, lute

Kevin Payne, lute

You’ll want to dance a galliard in the aisles at this vibrant program of consort and dance music from Elizabethan England, including works by John Dowland, William Byrd, and more, performed by recorder player Miyo Aoki, baroque violinist Shulamit Kleinerman, gambist Caroline Nicolas, lutenist Kevin Payne, and harpsichordist Jonathan Oddie.

Featured winery: Northwest Cellars

Fri may 1, 2020 - 7:30 pm

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