• All four live-streamed concerts (available from their premieres until June 30, 2022 - watch as often as you like!)
• First dibs on tickets for in-person seating at steeply discounted rates
• Free access to our new online Delving Deeper presentation
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All concerts are Saturdays at 7:30 pm EDT
October 2: Dramatic Return
First Parish, Sudbury and Online
Thrill to two epic tales of reunification in this all-French program. The Israelites make their miraculous return to their homeland in Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre’s cantata Le Passage sur la mer rouge. Star-crossed lovers are reunited in the land of immortals in Clerambault’s cantata Leandre et Hero. Clerambault’s Sonata La Felicité and an overture by Charpentier complete this season opener. With soprano Teresa Wakim.
December 18: Sounding Joy
Trinity Lutheran Church, Worcester and Online
Classical works to celebrate the season include Mozart’s Exsultate Jubilate along with some of our favorite rediscoveries — pastorellas by Hupfeld and Werner, and Leopold Mozart’s Musical Sleigh Ride! With soprano Jessica Petrus.
March 12: Earthly Baroque
First Parish, Wayland and Online
Our beloved program that became a critically-acclaimed CD recording! Transport yourself to a world of wild wonders with Vivaldi’s Goldfinch concerto, Biber’s colorful Sonata Representativa, Werner’s stormy November suite, and the ensemble’s reconstruction of J. F. Lampe’s playful Cuckoo Concerto.
April 30: Taking Inspiration
Harvard-Epworth Church, Cambridge and Online
With “imitation being the highest form of flattery,” this program explores works by Handel that were influenced by many composers he admired, including concertos and sonatas by Handel, Telemann, and Scarlatti, together with a fugue by Corelli that inspired part of Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus.
Plus — A new online Delving Deeper presentation
Episode 4: Sites and Sounds of Early Sudbury
Musicians of the Old Post Road teams up with the Sudbury Historical Society to highlight some of history-rich Sudbury's most fascinating historical sites: the Rice Tavern site, Loring Parsonage, Hearse House, Town Pound, and Revolutionary War Cemetery, Hosmer House, and the pub room of the Wayside Inn. Historical Society members offer brief talks at each location, providing a richer understanding of each site's history and key personages in Sudbury's past. The ensemble performs rediscovered 18th-century Massachusetts selections at each site, bringing this history to life!