Alamo Baroque Schedule

Alamo Baroque Festival Schedule  

Monday, January 8, 10.00am-12noon

Open Rehearsal with Baroque Orchestra. (Members of the San Antonio symphony and university students.)  

Monday, January 8, 2.00-4.00pm

Open Rehearsal with Baroque Orchestra. (Members of the San Antonio symphony and university students.)  

Monday, January 8, 5.30pm

Private instruction: Vocal Faculty work with Children's Chorus of San Antonio at St. David’s Episcopal Church

Monday, January 8, 6.00-8.00pm

Private instruction: String Faculty offer private and group instruction at St. Mark’s. This includes "Intro to the Viol Consort."
Register here to reserve your spot.

Tuesday, January 9, 10.00am-2.00pm

Private instruction: String and Voice Faculty offer private and group instruction at St. Mark’s. Register here to reserve your spot.

Tuesday, January 9, 3.00pm-5.00pm

Public Master Class for voice and strings.
Register here to reserve your spot.

Wednesday, January 10, 10.30am

Public Concert: Festival faculty in Alamo Plaza

Wednesday, January 10, 1.30pm

Working with budding musicians at David Crockett Elementary School: Festival Faculty performance and Q&A

Wednesday, January 10, 3.00pm-5.00pm

Open Rehearsal with Baroque Orchestra. (Members of the San Antonio symphony and university students.)  

 
 
Wednesday, January 10, 7.00-9.30pm

Open Rehearsal with Baroque Orchestra and Choir at St. Mark's.  

Thursday, January 11, 11.00am

Panel Discussion at Trinity University: Join us for a panel discussion with our guest artists and Dr Richard Butler.  Nathan Cone of Texas Public Radio will moderate.  Topics of discussion include why baroque music is relevant, career highlights of Festival Faculty, classical music in a 21st century world, the future of early music in San Antonio. Free and open to the public. Location on Trinity campus TBA.

Thursday, January 11, 7.00-9.30pm

Faculty Concert at St. Mark's: A World Tour of the Baroque complete with repertoire from England, France, Germany, Spain including verbal program notes from Faculty. Free Public Concert and Parking. Official Tricentennial Event.  

Friday, January 12, 1.30-4.00pm

Private: Dress Rehearsal for Saturday Concert with Orchestra and Choir.

Saturday, January 13, 3.00-4.00pm

Concert Finale: Repertoire includes Zadok the Priest (G. F. Handel), Welcome to All Pleasures (Henry Purcell), and Dixit Dominus (Handel). Free Public Concert and Parking. Official Tricentennial Event.