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Special Early-Music Event
Don't miss the opportunity to hear nine of the area's finest Baroque ensembles in two weekends of chamber music! Washington's second Baroque Bonanza takes place Fridays-Sundays, June 17-19 and June 24-26, at St. Mark's Episcopal Church on Capitol Hill. Participants will include our director, Vera Kochanowsky, in a program of harpsichord duets with longtime collaborator Thomas MacCracken. Click here or on the image for more information.
Carmina, directed by founder Vera Kochanowsky and assistant director Hubert Beckwith, has been performing early vocal music in the Washington DC area regularly since 1998. Carmina has been praised by both The Baltimore Sun and The Washington Post and was also featured in the Washingtonian magazine articles “Perfect Pitch” and “Good Arts Groups You Might Not Know About.”
The women’s vocal ensemble Illuminare, Carmina’s sister organization formed in 2006, is directed by Vera Kochanowsky. Illuminare has established a reputation in the Washington area for tastefully persuasive interpretations of early repetoire.
To learn more about our ensembles, please visit About Carmina and About Illuminare, and see our concert schedule at Upcoming Performances. Many of our programs are free or by donation. We hope to see you at a concert in the near future!