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A period instrument ensemble offering rediscovered musical compositions that have been lost to audiences for centuries.


Our Season Finale!

Scores from the Suitcase

Scores from the Suitcase

Friday, April 28, 2017, 8 pm,
Emmanuel Church, 15 Newbury St., Boston
Sunday, April 30, 2017, 4 pm,
Worcester Historical Museum, 30 Elm St., Worcester

Priority seating by advance purchase only!

Our Seventh CD has arrived. Order your copy now!

Earthly Baroque

Featuring a world premiere reconstruction of John Frederick Lampe's Cuckoo Concerto by Artistic Directors Daniel Ryan and Suzanne Stumpf, this recording project also includes our unique interpretations of Vivaldi's Goldfinch concerto, Biber's violin Sonata Representativa, and more!


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The 2016-2017 Season — Musical Migrations

Programming for our 2016-17 season focuses on a topic that is as relevant today as it was in the 18th century: migration. The migration of musicians and their music in the Old and New Worlds shaped the musical environments in which these musicians found themselves, changing the course of music history.

Our 2016-17 "Musical Migrations" Season Program Partner

Musicians of the Old Post Road is pleased to announce that we are partnering with the Refugee and Immigrant Assistance Center (RIAC) for our 2016-2017 season which is themed "Musical Migrations."

OPR has chosen to focus this season's programming on the migrations of musicians and their music in the 18th-century to help draw attention to the positive aspects of immigration and cultural cross-fertilization that are as relevant today as in earlier times. The ensemble reached out to partner with the RIAC to help raise awareness around the challenges faced by today's immigrants and refugees.

The RIAC is a community-based, non-profit, grassroots organization dedicated to promoting educational and socio-economic development in Massachusetts refugee and immigrant communities. Their services include refugee resettlement, asylee case management, counseling, outreach and education, and other social services.

Throughout our concert season, we will be raising awareness about the good work of the RIAC by having members of the community share their stories, and by holding drives to collect goods that will help the constituents they serve.  

We will be collecting the following goods at our upcoming concerts!

  • November- Personal Care Products
  • December- Hats, mittens & gloves
  • March- Craft Supplies
  • April- Children's books- for all ages!
Please visit the RIAC's website and attend our concerts to learn more about the good being done by this organization!
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