2003 Festival

2003 Festival

Centerpiece Opera:


Music by Johann Georg Conradi (?–1699)
Libretto by Christian Heinrich Postel (1658–1705) | Learn more »

Festival Concerts:

Giuliano Carmignola, violin
Andrea Marcon, harpsichord

Bach and the Italian Influence 

The Newberry Consort

Mary Springfels, director

Piffaro, The Renaissance Band

Joan Kimball & Robert Wiemken, directors

Ian Honeyman, tenor

The City and the Songbook: Germany and the Renaissance 

BEMF Orchestra & Soloists
Handel and Haydn Society Chorus

Lustiger Mischmasch: Choice Orchestral Jewels of the Baroque 

Hille Perl, viola da gamba
Alexander Weimann, harpsichord

…per la viola da gamba… 

The Tölzer Knabenchor

Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden, director
with guest artists from Concerto Palatino
Motets from Heinrich Schütz’s Geistliche Chormusik, 1648

Concerto Palatino

Bruce Dickey and Charles Toet, directors
Wagner and Strauss: Sacred Music of the Viennese Early Baroque

The Tallis Scholars

Peter Phillips, director
Josquin’s influence on the German-speaking world: Music of Ludwig Senfl, Heinrich Isaac, and Josquin Desprez


Matthias Maute, recorder
Jörg-Michael Schwarz and Karen Marie Marmer, directors
Telemann alla Polacca


Gwendolyn Toth, director
Eine Kleine Abendmusik: German Baroque Chamber Music by Buxtehude, Krieger, Erlebach and Bach 

The Newberry Consort

Meadowlark and Nightingale

Jan Kobow, tenor
Kristian Bezuidenhout, fortepiano

Follow the Lieder: The surprising beginnings of the German Lied


Musikalische Lustgarten 

North German Organ Mini-Festival

The development of the organ in Northern Germany
featuring Edoardo Bellotti, Hans Davidsson, and William Porter