Euridice by Caccini
The things you love are worth reviving.
In a rare revival, the oldest surviving opera score, EURIDICE by Caccini, is brought back to life in NYC. Join this ensemble of young artists as they form a community in celebration of joy, draw closer together in the face of loss, and grow stronger through the power of music. Conducted by Dylan Sauerwald, with Dorian Baroque. Directed by Bea (Brittány) Goodwin. Costumes by Alexandria Hoffman. Cast: Michael Celentano, Tom Corbeil, Lydia Dahling, Brittany Fowler, Marques Hollie, Aumna Iqbal, Fiona Gillespie Jackson, Elyse Anne Kakacek, Laura Mitchell, Joyce Yin, Sara Lin Yoder
Friday 2/23, 7:30pm
Saturday 2/24, 7:30pm
Sunday 2/25, 3pm (matinee)
About DORIAN BAROQUE: Dorian Baroque is one of New York’s most exciting early music ensembles performing orchestral, chamber, and operatic music on period instruments. The ensemble was founded as a means for musicians of diverse musical paths to come together and explore the possibilities of historical performance. The organization’s unique philosophy to music making focuses on celebrating the versatility of historical instruments while adhering to the principles of baroque artistry – opulence, exuberance, dissonance, and ornate grandeur. Since its debut in 2012, Dorian Baroque has collaborated with some of the most distinguished early music specialists and organizations in the field and continues to flourish in the growing movement of historical performance practice that has taken New York City by storm. Find out more at dorianbaroque.org