Join us for our season finale program

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Note: vouchers for discounted parking at Boston garages  are available. Click here for details

 

Review of "Moravians" concert in the Boston Globe

Boston Globe music critic Jeremy Eichler wrote an excellent review of our March 16 "Moravians" program at Old South Church, Boston. In it he states that our "Performances exuded zest, polish, and abundant care." 

See the full review here.

 

 

Coming in April: American History Scholar to give pre-concert talk

Our Music and Dance of George Washington programs will include a special 7:30 pre-concert lecture by Kaylan Stevenson, a Manuscript Editor at the Omohundro Institute for Early American History and Culture. She also performs at Colonial Williamsburg as a historical dancer and Baroque flutist.

Ms. Stevenson holds a B.A. in History from Wellesley College and an M.A. in Early American History from The College of William and Mary. She has also been active in the field of public history, working at historic sites at Mount Vernon, Colonial Williamsburg, and the Newport Historical Society.

Capital Campaign Update

Our Capital Campaign to ensure the growth of Old Post Road’s future concerts and outreach work continues to progress, with $626,294 raised to date in gifts and pledges. This is about 85% of our $750,000 goal. Your participation is vital to our future, and we will appreciate your helping us reach this goal with a gift or pledge.

Donors of $10,000 or more (gifts can be made over multiple years) will be permanently listed in all future Old Post Road program books. 

More information about our Capital Campaign may be found here.

25th Anniversary Season begins with “inspired and intriguing” program

OPR’s silver anniversary season opened with a program exploring music-making in America at the time of the Civil War. Performed at the African Meeting House and the Worcester Historical Museum, the Worcester Telegram review commended OPR’s program as “a fascinating, substantial survey of music heard in and around Boston between 1840 and the early 1870s” which “gamely brought to life a vital period in American musical history.”

Our Latest CD is Here!

Our much anticipated Roman Handel CD has arrived and is available for sale here. The recording features works by the young Handel and his colleagues at the court of Benedetto Pamphili, including world premiere recordings of cantatas by Lulier and Bononcini, along with a flute concerto by Gasparini. Soprano Kristen Watson joins the ensemble for this exciting program.

YouTube video about the origins and mission of Old Post Road

Film maker Bob Giordani has produced a well-crafted documentary about the ensemble's history and sources of inspiration. Complete with interviews and performance excerpts.

YouTube Nighingale Aria video

Check out a video of our recording session for our Roman Handel CD. The video features the "Nightingale" aria from Bononcini's cantata Fuori di sua capanna.

Great videography by emerging filmmaker Bob Giordani!

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