Sunday, November 23, 2008

November 26 BaroQue Across the River @ St. Bart's (Park&51st St.)- The Joys of Coffee

The Joys of Coffee

18th-century coffee houses were the hub of news and inevitably a place where new ideas were formed. BaroQue Across the River offers a coffee break with a well-known favorite aria from J. S. Bach's "Coffee Cantata" (BWV 211) as well as the delightful lesser-known cantata "Le CafÈ" by Nicolas Bernier.

BaroQue Across The River, now in its eighth season, presents concerts on original instruments in historical settings. Engaging New Yorkís finest early music performers, B.A.R. has brought concerts to Brooklynís historic Borough Hall, the Brooklyn Historical Society, Wyckoff House Museum, Akwaaba Mansion, Lefferts House, Zion German Lutheran Church, The Society for Ethical Culture, the Stevenson Academy of Fine Arts and the Bruce Museum in Greenwhich, CT. In 2007-08, BAR Concerts included a summer festival in Quebec, Canada and a concert for ìMusic on the Heightsî series at the historic Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims in Brooklyn, NY.

For more information: November 26, 2008 1:15 pm "Midtown Concerts" St. Bartholomew's (Park Ave, & 51st Street NYC)For more information:

1 comment:

Edie said...

"The Joys of Coffee" What a wonderful way to preface the Thanksgiving Holiday. Even though I am unable to attend this concert, please know that I am there in spirit enjoying the beautiful music that only BaroQue Across the River can deliver.