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July 22 – La Fiocco - The Fiddler's Dance
Thursday, July 22nd at 7:30pm EST
Online sale ends: 07/22/21 at 6:30pm EST
The Great Auditorium
21 Pilgrim Pathway
Ocean Grove, NJ 07756
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About La Fiocco

Founded in 2010, La Fiocco performs music of the late Renaissance, Baroque and early Classical eras on period instruments. We present an annual series of three concerts each at Trinity Episcopal Church in Solebury, Pennsylvania and the 1867 Sanctuary, in Ewing, New Jersey.  La Fiocco has performed at other venues in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

La Fiocco’s core musicians include baroque violinist Claire Smith Bermingham, baroque cellist Vivian Barton Dozor, harpsichordist Benjamin T. Berman, baroque bassoonist Allen Hamrick, and recorder player, harpsichordist, and artistic director Lewis Baratz. More than 50 musicians have performed with La Fiocco including sopranos Laura Heimes and Agnes Coakley Cox, countertenors Daniel Moody, Ray Chenez, and Jordan Rutter, baritone Brian Ming Chu, baroque trumpeter Perry Sutton, baroque violinists Elizabeth Field, Dan McCarthy, Jeremy Rhizor, and Nadir Aslam, baroque oboist Sarah Davol,  cornettist and theorbist Nathaniel Cox, lutenists John Armato, Laudon Schuett, and Arash Noori, baroque flutist Eve Friedman, and violist da gamba Donna Fournier.  In 2019 renowned dancers Carlos Fittante and Robin Gilbert Campos performed with La Fiocco in our sold-out Sarabande: The Baroque Dance Project, and the Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble and the Madrigal Singers of Bucks County Community College joined us for Stravaganza in Eco, a celebration of the polychoral tradition of the early 17th century.

Our programing illustrates our interest in exploring original sources and sharing rarely heard repertory with our audience.  Past performances have included Bach & Before Vivaldi and CompanyDélices de VersaillesSound the Trumpet, The Cavalier Return’dGolden Age of the CountertenorPhantasticus!, Shakespeare’s London in Music and SongThe King’s Music, and Philadelphia Musick: An Early American Salon. We have performed frequently at Laurel Hill Mansion in Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park and at the Delaware Valley Guild for Early Music’s annual festival.

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7:30pm to 8:30pm
Doors open at 6:30pm

Summer Stars Classical Music Series Package: $80.00
Student: $10.00
General Admission: $16.00

All Ages

The Great Auditorium<br> 21 Pilgrim Pathway<br> Ocean Grove, 07756




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