Anthony Roth Costanzo, Daniela Mack, Amanda Forsythe, Maya Kherani Headline Boston Baroque’s 2021-22 SeasonBy David Salazar
(Credit: Kathy Wittman)
Boston Baroque has announced its 2021-22 season which will include live performances streamed digitally via IDAGIO.
“While we continue presenting great music on period instruments, Boston Baroque is embracing technology as a way to reach new audiences, much as we did when we became the first period instrument orchestra in North America to sign a major record deal with Telarc in 1992. I’m excited about the artistic possibilities that next season holds,” said Director Martin Pearlman in a press release.
For the purposes of this article, our focus will be solely on vocal performances.
Maya Kherani, Christopher Lowrey, Aaron Sheehan, and Kevin Deas will star in Händel’s “Messiah.
Performance Dates: Dec. 10-12, 2021
Baritone David McFerrin will perform Cimarosa’s “Il Maestro di Cappella” in a concert that will also feature music by Mozart and the Chevalier de Saint-Georges.
Performance Dates: Dec. 31, 2021 & Jan. 1, 2022
Tenor Rufus Müller and soprano Elena Villalón will perform Händel’s “Ode for St. Cecilia.” The performance will also include Vivaldi’s “Gloria.”
Performance Dates: March 19 & 20, 2022
Anthony Roth Costanzo, Daniela Mack, Amanda Forsythe, and Camille Ortiz headline a production of Händel’s “Amadigi di Gaula,” directed by Louisa Muller.
Performance Dates: April 21 – 24, 2022