Subscriptions and single tickets are now on sale!
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This season we are offering three levels of subscription with a variety of benefits. Premier Subscribers will receive free tickets to our headlining performance at the Early Music America Annual Summit in Boston on October 24.
Water: Cascading Baroque Passion

Immerse yourself in Élisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre’s dramatic cantata about Jonah and the whale along with other vocal and instrumental works evoking themes of water by Vivaldi, Werner, Campra, and others.
With soprano Teresa Wakim
Saturday, Oct. 28, 4 pm - Old South Church, Boston
Sunday, Oct. 29, 4 pm - First Parish, Sudbury
Sunday, Oct. 29, 4 pm - Online

Air: Heavenly Baroque Christmas

Celebrate the season with celestial works from Spain & New Spain. Music by Iribarren, Salazar, others, including Zumaya, one of the first Mexican-born Classical composers. With guests from ensemble La Fontegara of Mexico.
Featuring soprano Adriana Ruiz & mezzo-soprano Hilary Anne Walker
Saturday, Dec. 9, 4 pm - First Unitarian, Worcester
Sunday, Dec. 10, 4 pm - Church of the Covenant, Boston
Saturday, Dec. 9, 4 pm - Online

Fire: Blazing Italian Baroque

Experience Baroque pyrotechnics on full display in concerti and sonatas for flute, strings, and harpsichord, including a flute concerto by Nardini, Vivaldi’s La Follia, a concerto grosso by Avison/Scarlatti, a cello sonata by Geminiani, and a flute sonata by Anna Bon.
Saturday, March 9, 4 pm - First Parish, Wayland
Saturday, March 9, 4 pm - Online
Sunday, March 10, 4 pm - Old South Church, Boston

Earth: Rustic Classical

Indulge in rollicking chamber music with a Bohemian flair for flute and strings, including a flute quartet by Gyrowetz, a nocturne for string trio by Brandl, a flute quintet by Lidl, lively Hungarian dances, and a period arrangement of Mozart's Rondo alla Turca.
Friday, April 19, 8 pm - Old South Church, Boston
Friday, April 19, 8 pm - Online
Sunday, April 21, 4 pm - Worcester Historical Museum

Musicians of The Old Post Road’s Artistic Directors Win Noah Greenberg Award
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Musicians of the Old Post Road proudly announces that Artistic Directors Suzanne Stumpf and Daniel Ryan have just been chosen for the 2023 Noah Greenberg Award from the American Musicological Society. The award was presented on November 11 in Denver at the annual conference of the American Musicological Society.

Established to recognize and foster outstanding contributions to historical performance practice, the award is named after the late conductor and musicologist Noah Greenberg, who is credited with contributing to the revival of interest in early music. Stumpf’s and Ryan’s work to bring attention to the little-known and outstanding chamber music by the German composer Christoph Graupner was the impetus for this year's award.
Updated Health and Safety Protocols
While we no longer require proof of vaccination or masks at our concerts, concertgoers are welcome to wear masks in our concert venues, should they desire. If you feel unwell or are exhibiting any symptoms of Covid-19 or any other illness on the day of the concert, please stay home and contact the MOPR office to make arrangements for a virtual ticket (if the concert is being streamed) or to exchange your ticket for a future concert. (Your ticket value can also be converted to a donation.) We appreciate your partnership in keeping our patrons, musicians, and staff safe and healthy! Any changes in protocols may be made based on current recommendations from the CDC, WHO, and the State of Massachusetts.

Join us for Chamber Chats
Chamber Chats
This free presentation-performance series explores a variety of topics focusing on chamber music and historical performance. Watch this series to learn about the evolution of the violin bow over the centuries from Sarah Darling, keyboard tuning and historical temperaments from Dan Ryan, and a variety of little-known composers, including Anna Amalia, Manuel Zumaya, and Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre.
All episodes are now available on YouTube.