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Exultant. Glorious. Shimmering.
Boston Baroque’s celebrated chorus and orchestra, led by Music Director Martin Pearlman, perform two masterpieces by Handel and Vivaldi—featuring soprano Elena Villalón and tenor Rufus Müller in their Boston Baroque debuts.
1hr (no intermission)
Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day
Elena Villalón, soprano
Rufus Müller, tenor
Tickets on sale NOW! Order tickets on our website or call the box office! We are selling in person and live stream tickets for our performances (Please note: the live stream tickets will be sold for the Saturday, October 23rd performance at 8 PM).
In Person ticket prices range from $25- $125 depending upon seating. Live stream tickets are sold on a "Pay What You Can" scale, ranging from $9- $79. The higher priced tickets will be treated as a ticket to the live stream and a donation to the Boston Baroque.
Additional time info:
March 19th performances at 3 PM and 8 PM will be in person at the Calderwood Studio. The 8 PM Performance on March 19th will also be live streamed through IDAGIO.
March 20th performances at 3 PM and 8 PM will be in person at the Calderwood Studio. No live streamed performances that day.
1 Guest St, Brighton, MA 02135
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Boston Baroque will accommodate all ticket adjustment requests, including refunds, exchanges, and/or converting a ticket order to a donation or a gift card, up to 24 hours in advance of showtime. Every performance will have a livestream option if attending a performance in person doesn’t feel right. We look forward to welcoming you to Boston Baroque wherever you are, in whatever medium feels right to you. In the unfortunate circumstance of a performance cancellation due to COVID-19, any and all patrons will be notified immediately.
COVID-19 Phased Reopening Details
Patrons are required to wear a mask indoors at all times, and provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 along with photo identification upon entry. Boston Baroque’s performances in Calderwood Studio will have a capacity of 309 audience members per performance. The seats are freestanding and not connected to one another. GBH has equipped Calderwood Studio with an updated HVAC system and cleaning standards that further prevents the spread.