1. A Treasure Trove of Instruments

(now over…  it was a big hit!!)

Concert & Instrument Collection, part of the Constella Festival
See one of the most important collections of antique violas da gamba in the world with virtuoso (and owner of the collection) Catharina Meints, with Catacoustic performers.

7:30pm Friday, October 25, 2013

Church of the Advent, Walnut Hills

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2. Orpheus’ Lyre

(also over…  another big hit!!)

Joyful English Music
For Lyra Viol, Treble Viol, Lute, and Singers.

7:30pm Saturday, December 7, 2013

Indian Hill Church, Indian Hill

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3. Catacoustic Consort

With Alex Weimann; Organ, Harpsichord 

Alex Weimann is one of the most important organists, harpsichordists, and conductors of his generation. This concert is a featured event in the second annual Cincinnati Early Music Festival.

7:30pm Friday, February 7, 2014

Christ Church Cathedral, downtown Cincinnati

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4. Catacoustic by Candlelight

In the Shadow of the Sepulchre, Passionate Music of Catholic Baroque-era Rome 
Featuring solos for mezzo, Baroque harp, theorbo, and lirone (the debut performance of Annalisa’s new 14-string lirone).

7:30pm Saturday, March 1, 2014

St. Thomas Church, Terrace Park

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5. For Ye Violls

The Astounding Music of William Lawes
Featuring music for six violas da gamba in consort from Baroque England.

7:30pm Saturday, April 26, 2014

Church of the Advent, Walnut Hills

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6. Monteverdi’s Songs of Love and War

A Special Collaborative Concert with Cincinnati Opera (two performances)
In a prelude to their collaboration on the summer’s Baroque opera, Cincinnati Opera and Catacoustic present Claudio Monteverdi’s final monumental masterpiece from his Eighth Book of Madrigals.

7:30pm Thurs. & Sat, June 19 & 21, 2014

First Lutheran Church, Over-the-Rhine

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