An Evening of Music and Art with Siren Baroque
Rutgers University-Newark is pleased to present a special free program of music composed by and for women, performed by the internationally-acclaimed ensemble SIREN BAROQUE.
Thne program includes music by Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, Barbara Strozzi, Lucrzia Orsina Vizzana, and Maria Francesca Nascinbeni, along with works by Antonio Vivaldi, who wrote some of his most famous music while employed at an orphanage for girls in Venice.
Concert 5-6 pm in the University Club followed by a meet-the-artists reception with refreshments in the Robeson Gallery.
with Liv Heym, violin;Antonia Nelson, violin; Anneke Schaul-Yoder, violoncello; Kelly Savage, harpsichord; Brittany Palmer, soprano; Brett Umlauf, soprano
SIREN Baroque is an all-female baroque ensemble from New York City. Presenting passionate and historically informed performances throughout the States and overseas, the women of SIREN are committed to infusing spirited historical accuracy with a tinge of modern dynamism. Critics praise SIREN Baroque’s “unusual freshness” (Seen and Heard International) and “secure and stylish” playing (New York Times).