2020-2021

Sunday, September 13th, Indie Short Fest, Los Angeles International Film Festival, Los Angeles, California
         “Are you there, Andy?”: A Short Documentary by Holly Lehren
         Score composed and produced by Kevin Sherwin
         *Winner: Best New Media*
 

Sunday, September 20th

         Reading of “Meatless the Musical”

         Book, Music, and Lyrics by Kevin Sherwin

 
Thursday, September 24th, Institute of Sacred Music, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
        Guest Lecture by Kevin Sherwin, “Silenced Voices: Music, Race, and Gender in Early Music” (Professor Markus Rathey)
        “The Performance of Baroque Synagogal Music in 18th Century Amsterdam”
 
Saturday, October 3rd, New Haven Lawn Club, New Haven, Connecticut
         Annual Fall Festival
         Kevin Sherwin performs original compositions
 
Thursday, October 8th, The Assumption School, Ansonia, Connecticut
        Players of the American Baroque Orchestra perform works by Bologne, Vivaldi, Sancho, and J.S. Bach
        Kevin Sherwin, baroque guitar
 
Thursday, October 22nd at 6pm, do it (home) Exhibition Opening and Artist Talk, Miami, Florida

        Curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, presented by YoungArts in collaboration with Independent Curators International (ICI)

        Sherwin composes a musical interpretation of Tracey Emin’s “What would Tracey Do?”

        Composition for Guitar and 27 Glass Bottles

        Online exhibition available at: https://www.youngartsdoithome.com/artists

        Livestream of Exhibition Opening: Link to Artist Talk

Friday, October 23rd, Housatonic Museum of Art, Bridgeport, Connecticut

Recording Session, The American Baroque Orchestra

“Little Liberia: Music from their Front Porch”

Watch here

Mark Bailey, artistic director; Kevin Sherwin, associate artistic director; Edson Scheid, concertmaster

Saturday, November 7th, Housatonic Museum of Art, Bridgeport, Connecticut

Virtual Premiere, The American Baroque Orchestra

“Little Liberia: Music from their Front Porch”

Watch here

Mark Bailey, artistic director; Kevin Sherwin, associate artistic director; Edson Scheid, concertmaster

Friday, November 13th at 8pm, Helen Hadley Hall, Yale Univeristy, New Haven, Connecticut

Helen Hadley Concert Series

Adam Newman, viola; Kevin Sherwin, guitar

Works by Sherwin, John Cage, and Massenet

Sunday, November 22nd

        Virtual Pub Session, Celebrating Romantic-Era Performance Practice

        Kevin Sherwin, host

        Learn more here!

Thursday, December 3rd-Sunday, December 13th, Chain NYC Film Festival, New York, New York

         “Are you there, Andy?”: A Short Documentary by Holly Lehren
         2020 Official Selection
         Score composed and produced by Kevin Sherwin
 
Sunday, December 20th, Virtual Premiere
The American Romantics
       Kevin Sherwin, principal conductor
       Mark Bailey, guest conductor
       “Musical Selections from the 2018-2020 Seasons”
       Including works by Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Elgar, Massenet, and others
       Available here: Link to Musical Selections from the 2018-2020 Seasons  
 

2021

Sunday, January 24th

        Virtual Pub Session, Celebrating Romantic-Era Performance Practice

        Kevin Sherwin, host

        Learn more here!

Friday, January 29th-Sunday, January 31st, The Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana

“Historical Performance: Theory, Practice, and Interdisciplinarity”

Kevin Sherwin, invited speaker

“The Conductor on Early Film: Coordinating Romantic-Era Orchestral Expression”

Available here: Link to The Conductor on Early Film

Friday, February 19th, Virtual Premiere

“The Haunted Palace”

A new composition for solo guitar, by Kevin Sherwin

Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe’s poem of the same name

Available here: Link to The Haunted Palace

Saturday, April 10th

Interview for Meatless the Musical, Ash Said It® Daily

Listen on iHeart Radio here!

Sunday, May 30th

        Virtual Pub Session, Celebrating Romantic-Era Performance Practice

        Kevin Sherwin, host

        Learn more here!

Friday, June 18th

Virtual Concert Recording Session: “Memories of Eastern Europe” (for release, Summer 2021)

          American Baroque Orchestra

          Mark Bailey, artistic director

          Kevin Sherwin, associate artistic director

          Sherwin conducts original orchestral arrangements of works by 19th century Polish chazzan, Hirsch Weintraub

2019-2020

July 26th, Cambridge Summer Music Festival, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom

The Musica Vera Duo performs at Pembroke College

Sunday, September 22nd at 5pm, St. Augustine’s Cathedral, Bridgeport, Connecticut

Colonial Hymnal

Featuring soprano Kathryn Aaron and Kevin Sherwin, baroque guitar

Monday, September 23rd, Ross Woodward Classical Studies Magnet School, New Haven, Connecticut

Educational Outreach Program with the American Baroque Orchestra

Joseph Bologne: The First Classical Composer of African Descent

Thursday, September 26th, Betsy Ross Arts Magnet School, New Haven, Connecticut

Educational Outreach Program with the American Baroque Orchestra

Joseph Bologne: The First Classical Composer of African Descent

Sunday, October 6th at 2pm, North Haven Town Green, North Haven, Connecticut

Featured at The Animal Haven’s Dogtoberfest

The Musica Vera Duo 

Saturday, October 12 at 7pm, Charlestown, Massachussetts

       Saturday Night Live Tango

With cellist, Anna Seda

Sunday, October 20th at 2pm, Eastchester Public Library, Eastchester, New York

Kevin Sherwin performs “The Guitar’s Story” on baroque and classical guitars

Thursday, November 7th at 3pm, Atria Crossroads Place, Waterford, Connecticut

Outreach concert with Kathryn Aaron, soprano

Music by The Beatles, Cat Stevens, Ravel, Piazzolla, and more

Sunday, November 10th, North Haven Town Green, North Haven, Connecticut

Performance as part of North Haven’s Veterans Day Ceremony

With Mark Bailey and musicians from the Yale School of Music

Thursday, November 14th at 1pm, Church of the Assumption, Ansonia, Connecticut

Baroque and Beyond: Educational Concert with the American Baroque Orchestra

Program with the Assumption Catholic School

Mark Bailey, artistic director

Thursday, November 14th at 7pm, Joe’s Pub, New York City, New York

Kevin Sherwin performs as part of the YoungArts New York Showcase

Featuring Sherwin’s original composition, “Into the Dawn”

Friday, December 6th, High Street Concert SeriesLatvian Lutheran Church, 58 Irving Street, Brookline, Massachussetts

       Divina Sublimitas: From Bach to Piazzolla

With soprano Kathryn Aaron and cellist Anna Seda

Tuesday, December 10th, New Haven Lawn Club, New Haven, Connecticut

The American Romantics perform music of the 19th century

Featuring students from the Yale School of Music

Kevin Sherwin, conductor

Friday, December 13th, Trinity on the Green, New Haven, Connecticut

Handel’s Messiah (Sherwin plays baroque guitar)

The Choirs of Trinity on the Green with the American Baroque Orchestra (Mark Bailey, artistic director)

      Walden Moore, guest conductor

Sunday, December 15th, Wilmington Classical Guitar Society, Wilmington, Delaware

        Invited Speaker

“The Classical Guitar on Early Sound Recordings: Style, Expression, and Technique”

Monday, December 16th, Diamond Theater, Pershing Square Signature Center, New York, New York

Featured composer and lyricist in “The Passing Show of 2019,” produced by Unsung Musicals Co.

2020

Sunday, February 2nd at 2pm, Croton Public Library, Croton-on-Hudson, New York

The Musica Vera Duo performs Voyage to the Colonies

Wednesday, February 19th, New Haven, Connecticut

The American Romantics perform “A Night at the Cinema”

Kevin Sherwin, conductor

The concert will also feature a new arrangement of Sherwin’s “Into the Dawn” for guitar and orchestra

 Tuesday, March 3rd, East Lyme Public Library, East Lyme, Connecticut

Kathryn Aaron, soprano and Kevin Sherwin, guitar

        Music by The Beatles, Cat Stevens, Ravel, Piazzolla, and more

Sunday, March 8th, Hendrick Hudson Public Library, Montrose, New York

        Solo Recital

Concerts listed from April 3rd to May 9th cancelled due to COVID-19

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Friday, April 3rd, Trinity Church on the Green, New Haven, Connecticut

        Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater

        Trinity Choir of Men and Boys, Walden Moore, director

        The American Baroque Orchestra, Mark Bailey, artistic director

        Kevin Sherwin plays baroque guitar

Sunday, April 26th, Sundays at 5 Concert Series, Church of the Assumption, Ansonia, Connecticut

        The American Baroque Orchestra performs “Italian Expedition: A Musical Journey through Venice, Rome, and Beyond”

        Mark Bailey, artistic director

        Featuring Kevin Sherwin as guitar soloist in Mauro Giuliani’s Guitar Concerto in A Major, Op. 30

Wednesday, April 29th, New Haven Lawn Club Concert Series, New Haven, Connecticut

      Beethoven at 250

      The American Romantics

      Kevin Sherwin, conductor

Sunday, May 3rd, New Richmond United Methodist Church, New Richmond, Wisconsin

       Solo Recital: Kevin Sherwin performs “Images of Spain”

       Works by Albéniz, Granados, Turina, Tárrega, and others

Tuesday, May 5th, Pipestone Public Library, Pipestone, MInnesota

       Solo Recital: Kevin Sherwin performs “Images of Spain”

       Works by Albéniz, Granados, Turina, Tárrega, and others

Wednesday, May 6th, Grand Marais Public Library, Grand Marais, Minnesota

       Solo Recital: Kevin Sherwin performs “Images of Spain”

       Works by Albéniz, Granados, Turina, Tárrega, and others

Saturday, May 9th, Friends of the Windows Concert Series, St. James Chapel, Chicago, Illinois

       Solo Recital: Kevin Sherwin performs “Images of Spain”

       Works by Albéniz, Granados, Turina, Tárrega, and others

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Tuesday, April 14th, Virtual Premiere, The Bruce Museum, Greenwich, Connecticut

Original compositions paired with works from The Bruce Museum

The Old Pasture, Charles Howard Davis

Watch Sherwin’s musical interpretation here: Link to The Old Pasture

Sunday, April 19th, Virtual Premiere, The Bruce Museum, Greenwich, Connecticut

Original compositions paired with works from The Bruce Museum

Love Letters: Dutch Genre Paintings in the Age of Vermeer

       Watch Sherwin’s musical interpretation here: Link to Love Letters

Friday, May 1st, Virtual Premiere

Images of Spain, Virtual Concert for Midwest Tour, works by Granados, Chopin, Sanz and Sherwin

Premiere of Sherwin’s “El Río Eresma”

Available here: Link to Images of Spain

Tuesday, May 12th-Sunday, May 17th, Love and Distance Short Film Festival

“Without Touch,” a short film by James Patrick Nelson

Score composed and performed by Kevin Sherwin

*Winner: Audience Choice Award*

Now streaming on Dekkoo/Amazon: Link to Without Touch

Sunday, May 31st

        Virtual Pub Session, Celebrating Romantic-Era Performance Practice

        Kevin Sherwin, host

        Learn more here!

Sunday, June 21st at 12pm, Make Music New Haven

        Livestream performance: Sherwin performs works by Tárrega, Turina, Sherwin, and others

Sunday, June 28th, Livestream performance from Boston, Massachusetts

Cellist Anna Seda performs works by Sherwin, Piazzolla, Philip Glass, and others

Premiere of Sherwin’s “Third Generation Clog Dance” for Solo Cello, inspired by Appalachian folk music

Link to tickets

Wednesday, June 30th, Sudnance Collab Challenge

Right Outside the Window,” a short film by James Patrick Nelson

Score composed and performed by Kevin Sherwin

Available here: Link to Right Outside the Window

Sunday, July 12th

        Virtual Pub Session, Celebrating Romantic-Era Performance Practice

        Kevin Sherwin, host

        Learn more here!

Tuesday, August 11th

Reading of “Meatless the Musical”

Book, Music, and Lyrics by Kevin Sherwin

Friday, August 14th

        Virtual Pub Session, Celebrating Romantic-Era Performance Practice

        Kevin Sherwin, host

        Learn more here!

2018-2019

September 11th, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom

          Invited Conference Speaker, Perspectives on Historically Informed Practices in Music

The Conductor on Early Film: Coordinating Romantic-Era Orchestral Expression

September 13th, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom 

          The Musica Vera Duo performs at Hughes Hall

September 14th, Regent Hall, 275 Oxford Street, London, United Kingdom

          Solo Recital

September 18th, St. Bride’s Church, Fleet Street, London, United Kingdom

          Solo Recital

September 22nd at 6pm, The Juilliard School, New York, New York 

          Alumni Performance as part of the 100th Anniversary of the Juilliard Pre-College

September 30th at 4pm, Bethesda Lutheran Church, New Haven, Connecticut

          The American Baroque Orchestra performs “Voyage to the Colonies: Music of the Early Conncticut Settlers”

Mark Bailey, artistic director

Kevin Sherwin, associate artistic director

October 6th at 7pm, Candlelight Concert Series, Church of the Assumption, Ansonia, Connecticut

          Featuring players of the American Baroque Orchestra, and works for baroque guitar

October 17th, New Haven Lawn Club Concert Series, New Haven, Connecticut

          Visions of France: Gems of the Romantic Age                   A

American Romantic Orchestra, featuring students from the Yale School of Music

Kevin Sherwin, conductor

November 9th, Taylor County Public Library, Grafton, West Virginia

          Solo Recital

November 10th, Fairfax County Public Library, Falls Church, Virginia

          Solo Recital

December 6th at 7pm, New York City Classical Guitar Society, New York, New York

         Stiefel Concert Hall at Mannes

         55 West 13th Street (fourth floor)

         New York, NY 10011

Invited Speaker

“The Classical Guitar on Early Sound Recordings: Style, Expression, and Technique”

2019

January 2-4, New York, New York

Conductors Guild National Conference (attendee)

January 28th, Mamaroneck, New York 

Filming for LMC-TV, “Give and Take” Talk Show

Interview and performance, with Cicely G

January 30th, New Haven Lawn Club Concert Series, New Haven, Connecticut

         An Orchestral Salon

  The American Romantic Orchestra

         Kevin Sherwin, conductor

Works of Beethoven, Chopin, Tchaikowsky, Berlioz, and others

Featuring Kathryn Aaron, soprano; Eric Timperman, bass; Manaka Matsumoto, violin

February 9th at 7:30pm, Music at the Red Door, St. John’s Episcopal Church,

         West Hartford, Connecticut

The American Baroque Orchestra and Singers

Mark Bailey, artistic director; Kevin Sherwin, chorus master/baroque guitar

March 27th, New Haven Lawn Club Concert Series, New Haven, Connecticut

         The American Romantic Orchestra

         Kevin Sherwin, conductor and guitarist

         Elegant Masterworks: Music of Brahms, Grieg, Dvořák, and more

April 7th at 2pm, The Willows Health Center, Woodbridge, Connecticut

The Musica Vera Duo, Outreach Concert

April 16th, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York

         YoungArts New York Gala at the Temple of Dendur

         Interdisciplinary Peformance directed by Michael McElroy; Daniel J. Watts, emcee. 

         Kevin Sherwin, conductor and guitar

May 4th at 7:30pm, Trinity Church on the Green, New Haven, Connecticut 

         The American Baroque Orchestra

         “Son of a Slave, Pioneer of Music”

         Featuring the music of Joseph Bologne, Le Chevalier de St. Georges

         Mark Bailey, artistic director

Kevin Sherwin, associate artistic director

Edson Scheid, violin soloist

May 11th at 3:00pm, New Haven Public Library, New Haven, Connecticut 

         Music for Two Guitars, performed on baroque and romantic guitars

Works by Mertz, Darr, Diesel, and others

With Hideki Yamaya

May 26th at 3pm, Brookline Arts Parlor, Boston, Massachusetts

         Featuring Italian guitarist, Diego Campagna

Performing Arvo Pärt’s Spiegel im Spiegel  with cellist, Anna Seda

June 2nd at 4:15pm, St. Augustine Cathedral, Bridgeport, Connecticut

Recital with Kathryn Aaron, soprano

Music by Ravel, Hidalgo, and Turina

June 11th at 6:30pm, Clark Memorial Library, Bethany, Connecticut

        The Musica Vera Duo

June 21st at 1pm, Ely Center of Contemporary Art, 51 Trumbull Street, New Haven, Connecticut

         Solo Recital

Featured Artist, Make Music New Haven

Past Seasons

2018

Saturday, January 20th, Roslyn, New York

The Musica Vera Duo presents a Baroque Arts Salon

Email info@americanbaroqueorchestra.com for more information!

Friday, January 26th at 5:30pm, North Haven, Connecticut

North Haven Town Hall, 18 Church Street

The American Baroque Orchestra performs selections from The Beagle Freedom Project Soundtrack

Mark Bailey, artistic director

Kevin Sherwin, associate artistic director

Edson Scheid, concertmaster

Wednesday, January 31st, New Haven Lawn Club, New Haven, Connecticut

Romantic Era Virtuosos

Kevin Sherwin, music director and guitar

Featuring Dhyani Heath, violin, and musicians from the Yale School of Music

Works by Brahms, Sarasate, Saint-Saëns, and more!

Saturday, February 24th, Brookline Arts Parlor, Brookline, Massachussetts

The Slow Burn: Works of the French Romantics

With Kathryn Aaron, soprano and Anna Seda, cello

Sunday, March 4th at 2pm, Guilford Public Library, Guilford, Connecticut

The Musica Vera Duo performs works of colonial America

Wednesday, March 28th, New Haven Lawn Club, New Haven, Connecticut

An Evening at the Opera

American Romantic Orchestra, featuring students from the Yale School of Music

Kevin Sherwin, conductor

Friday, April 13th at 7pm, Culpeper County Library, Culpeper, Virginia

Solo recital, baroque and classical guitars

Works by Chopin, Tarrega, Meyerbeer, and Logy

Sunday, April 15th at 4pm, Henry and Edythe Knapp Auditorium, Wallingford, Connecticut

The Musica Vera Duo performs works of colonial America

Friday, April 27th, Springfield JCC, Springfield, Massachussetts

Solo Recital, baroque and classical guitars

Works by Tansman, Salamone de Rossi, Sondheim, and original compositions

Sunday, May 6th at 5pm, Church of the Assumption, Ansonia, Connecticut

Music in the Galleries: Multi-Chorus Masters of the Baroque

The American Baroque Orchestra and Singers

Mark Bailey, artistic diretor

Kevin Sherwin, associate artistic director

Saturday, June 23rd, Guitar Foundation of America International Convention and Competition, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky

Invited Conference Speaker

“The Classical Guitar on Early Sound Recordings: Style, Expression, and Technique”

Sunday, July 8th, First United Methodist Church, 569 Main Street, Chatham, Massachussetts

The American Baroque Orchestra performs works by Vivaldi, Handel, Scarlatti, and others

Mark Bailey, artistic director; Kevin Sherwin, associate artistic director

Featuring Edson Scheid, violin; Kathryn Aaron, soprano

Tuesday, July 17th at 6:30pm, Saxton B. Little Library, Columbia, Connecticut

The Musica Vera Duo performs works of colonial America

August 3rd-5th, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

American Baroque Summer Festival

Visions of Mozart

Mark Bailey, artistic diretor

Kevin Sherwin, associate artistic director

Sunday, August 5th, Pratt Hall, New Haven, Connecticut

Visions of Mozart Culminating Concert

American Baroque Festival Chorus and American Baroque Orchestra

Mark Bailey, artistic director; Kevin Sherwin, associate artistic director

Saturday, August 25th, South Yarmouth, Massachussetts

Musica Vera Duo Outreach Concert

2017

January 10th, Pacific Collegiate School, Santa Cruz, California

       Educational Concert, The Musica Vera Duo

January 11th, 7pm, Walnut Creek Library, Walnut Creek, California

       The Musica Vera Duo 

January 13th-15th, San Francisco Bay Area, California

       American Baroque Choral Festival

       Mark Bailey, artistic director

       Kevin Sherwin, associate artistic director

       “Choral Gems of Baroque Italy,” featuring Vivaldi’s “Gloria” and   

       works by Salamone de Rossi

       Open to all interested participants!

       To sign up and learn more, email info@americanbaroqueorchestra.com

January 15th, 7:30pm, Peace Lutheran Church, Danville, California

        Culminating Concert, “Choral Gems of Baroque Italy,” featuring Vivaldi’s “Gloria” and   

        works by Salamone de Rossi

        Mark Bailey, artitistic director

        Kevin Sherwin, associate artistic director

January 20th, 7pm, St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, San Diego, California

        The Musica Vera Duo

January 21st, 2pm, Cathedral City Library, Cathedral City, California

        The Musica Vera Duo

February 11th, 2pm, Sea Cliff Village Library, Sea Cliff, New York

         Solo Recital, The Guitar’s Story

February 15th, 12pm, St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church, New Haven, Connecticut

         The Musica Vera Duo

March 5th, 4pm, St. John’s Episcopal Church, West Hartford, Connecticut

          The American Baroque Singers presents Musical Memory: Sounds of the Slavic Courts

        Mark Bailey, artistic director; Kevin Sherwin, chorus master

April 2nd, 4pm, Congregation Beth Israel, West Hartford, Connecticut

            The American Baroque Orchestra presents Hebrew Song and Splendor: Sephardic Music of 18th Century Amsterdam 

        Mark Bailey, artistic director; Kevin Sherwin, associate artistic director

April 6th, 6:30pm, Harkness Hall, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

          Pre-concert talk for the New Haven Symphony Orchestra

          Mozart Symphony #40, Haydn Symphony #83, and Schumann Piano Concerto in A minor

  

Solo Recital Tour (Classical and Baroque Guitar)

The Guitar’s Story: Works by Sor, Sanz, Villa-Lobos, and more

April 17th, 7pm, Jeffersontown Library, Louisville, Kentucky 

April 18th, Educational Concert, The Walden School, Louisville Kentucky

April 20th, 2:30pm, St. Matthews Library, Louisville, Kentucky

April 22nd, 11am, Highlands Library, Louisville, Kentucky

April 22nd, 1:30pm, Iroquois Library, Louisville, Kentucky 

April 30th, 2pm and 4pm, Chatham Historical Society, Atwood House (347 Stage Harbor Road), Chatham, Massachusetts

           The Musica Vera Duo, Concert featuring Music of Colonial America

May 10th, 6:30pm, Saxton B. Little Library, Columbia, Connecticut

         Solo Recital, The Guitar’s Story

May 19th-21st, Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana

          “Historical Performance: Theory, Practice, and Interdisciplinarity”

          Presenting Conference Speaker 

        “The Performance of Baroque Synagogal Music in 18th Century Amsterdam”

May 25th, 7pm, Clark Memorial Library, Bethany, Connecticut

         Solo Recital, The Guitar’s Story

June 3rd, 10am-4pm, Stoeckel Hall Room 106, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

        Re-discovering Romantic Performance Practice: An interactive performance workshop

          Led by Mark Bailey and Kevin Sherwin

          Open to all interested players!

          Email theamericanromantics@gmail.com to sign up and learn more!

June 7th, 7-10pm, Stoeckel Hall Room 106, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

          “Spring Sing” presented by the American Baroque Singers

          Open to all interested singers!

          R.S.V.P encouraged, email ambaroque@gmail.com to sign up and learn more!

June 18th, 4pm, First United Methodist Church, 569 Main Street, Chatham, Massachussetts 

          The Chatham Historical Society presents The American Baroque Orchestra

          “Voyage to the Colonies,” featuring violinist Edson Scheid in Mendelssohn’s First Violin Concerto in D minor

           Mark Bailey, artistic director

           Kevin Sherwin, associate artistic director

           

           General Admission seating: $25 per person in advance, $30 at the door, $15 for students. 

           Children age 6 and under: Free. 

           Limited Reserved Seating: $40 per person. 

           Ticket reservations are encouraged at atwoodmuseumevents@gmail.com or 508-945-2493.

Saturday, July 22nd, 7:30pm, Powder House Square, Somerville, Massachussetts  

           An Evening of Arias with Kathryn Aaron, soprano; Anna Seda, cello; Mark Bailey, viola

           Visit the Groupmuse Page to reserve your seat!

           Works by Strauss, Schumann, Bortniansky, Mozart, Caccini, Purcell, and J.S. Bach

August 4th-6th, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

Culminating Concert on August 6th at 7pm, Pratt Hall, New Haven, Connecticut 

       American Baroque Choral Festival, “Paving the Way to Bach”

       Mark Bailey, artistic director

       Kevin Sherwin, associate artistic director

       Open to all interested participants!

       To sign up and learn more, email info@americanbaroqueorchestra.com

August 29th, 12:30pm, Mashpee, Massachussetts

        The Musica Vera Duo, Outreach Concert at the Mashpee Senior Center

September 3rd, 4:00pm, Dennisport, Massachussetts

        The Musica Vera Duo, Private Concert, email kevinsherwinmusic@gmail.com for more information 

September 23rd, 3:00pm, Brookline Arts Parlor, Brookline, Massachussetts

        Schubert’s Arpeggione Sonata with cellist Anna Seda and works by Berlioz, Massenet, and more! 

        In addition, featuring soprano Kathryn Aaron and Mark Bailey 

   

Solo Recital Tour (classical and baroque guitars): Works by Tansman, Schumann, Sor, and more

Sunday, September 24th at 2pm, Westlake Public Library, Westlake, Ohio

Monday, September 25th at 6pm, Bellaire Public Library, Bellaire, Ohio

Tuesday, September 26th at 6pm, Warren-Trumbull County Public Library, Warren, Ohio

Wednesday, September 27th at 6pm, Ridgeway Memorial Library, Shepherdsville, Kentucky

Thursday, September 28th at 7pm, Lexington Public Library, Lexington, Kentucky

Saturday, September 29th at 2pm, Mt. Washington Library, Mt. Washington, Kentucky

Sunday, October 1st at 2pm, Far Hills Music Series, Oakwood, Ohio

Saturday, November 11th, North Haven Town Green, North Haven, Connecticut

         Veterans’ Day Ceremony, The Town of North Haven

Wednesday, November 15th, New Haven Lawn Club, New Haven, Connecticut 

       Songs and Serenades: Chamber Music of the Romantic Era

       Kevin Sherwin, music director and guitar 

         Featuring soprano Kathryn Aaron, Dhyani Heath, violin, and musicians from the Yale School of Music

         Including the Adagio from Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez  for guitar and string quintet, as well as Tchaikowsky’s

         Serenade for Strings, among other works.        

Sunday, November 28th, West Hartford, Connecticut

       Solo Recital – Music of Tansman, Salamone de Rossi, and more! 

Saturday, December 2nd at 7:30pm, New Haven, Connecticut

St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church

       Special Concert: Works of the German Romantics

         The American Baroque Singers

         Mark Bailey, artistic director

         Kevin Sherwin, associate artistic director 

Wednesday, December 13th at 12:30pm, St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church, New Haven, Connecticut 

       The Musica Vera Duo 

Wednesday, December 13th at 7pm, Clark Memorial Library, Bethany, Connecticut

       The Musica Vera Duo 

Sunday, December 17th at 4pm, Hotchkiss Library, Sharon, Connecticut 

       Solo Recital, classical and baroque guitars  

Sunday, December 24th at 11pm (Christmas Eve Performance)

The Reformed Church of Bronxville, Bronxville, New York 

       The American Baroque Orchestra

         Kevin Sherwin, conductor

2016

December 4th, 5pm, Church of the Assumption, Ansonia, Connecticut

     The American Baroque Orchestra and Singers present Handel’s First Messiah

Mark Bailey, artistic director

Kevin Sherwin, Chorus Master and baroque guitar

Free and open to the public!

November 19th, 7:30pm, Hope Church, North Haven, Connecticut

       The American Baroque Orchestra and Singers present Handel’s First Messiah

Mark Bailey, artistic director

Kevin Sherwin, Chorus Master and baroque guitar

Free and open to the public! Free will offering accepted

November 6th, 11am, North Haven Town Green, North Haven, Connecticut

Ceremony for Veterans Day, The Town of North Haven

October 30th, 11am, Ss. Peter and Paul Orthodox Church, Buffalo, New York

The Musica Vera Duo

October 29th, 7pm, The Ukrainian Cultural Center of Rochester (1040 Jackson Rd., Webster, New York)

      The Musica Vera Duo

October 25th, 7pm: Guilford Public Library, Guilford, Connecticut

      The Musica Vera Duo

Midwest Solo Recital Tour (Classical and Baroque Guitar)

       The Guitar’s Story: Works by Sor, Sanz, Villa-Lobos, Tansman, and more

       September 27, 7pm: Buffalo Public Library, Buffalo, Minnesota

       September 26: Outreach Concerts for Pipestone Area Schools, Pipestone, Minnesota

       September 25, 3pm: Meinders Public Library, Pipestone, Minnesota

       September 24, 6pm: New Richmond United Methodist Church, New Richmond, Wisconsin

       September 23, 7pm: Christ Episcopal Church, Woodbury, Minnesota

       September 21, 6pm: Grand Marais Public Library, Grand Marais, Minnesota

September 11th, 9am: North Haven Town Green

       North Haven 9/11 Memorial Service

       Kevin Sherwin, guitar; Mark Bailey, viola; Michael Raposo, saxophone

August 5th-7th: Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

       American Baroque Choral Festival

Mark Bailey, artistic director

Kevin Sherwin, associate artistic director

“Choral Gems of Baroque Italy,” featuring Vivaldi’s “Gloria” and

works by Salamone de Rossi

Open to all interested participants!

To sign up, email info@americanbaroqueorchestra.com

For more information:

http://americanbaroqueorchestra.com/about/singers/

July 25th, 7:30pm: Penfield Community Center, Penfield, NY

       Kickoff Event for Ukrainian Voices: Music of a Nation with the Musica Vera Duo

Visit https://www.facebook.com/ukrainianvoices/ for more info!

June 19th, 5pm: St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, Falmouth Massachusetts

        American Baroque Orchestra presents “Fathers and Sons,” featuring works by the

Mozarts, Bachs, and Scarlattis

Musica Vera Concert Tour

June 21st: Mashpee, Massachusetts

June 15th: Needham, Massachusetts

June 14th: Cambridge, Massachusetts

June 13th: Brewster, Massachusetts

                    

May 14th: Woodbridge, Connecticut

        Musica Vera Concert

April 15th: “Musicking” Symposium, Portland, Oregon

        Re-Imagining Romantic Music: What Historical Recordings Reveal about

        Performance Practice (co-presenting with Mark Bailey)

April 10th, 4:30pm: St. John’s Episcopal Church, Washington, Connecticut

         Yale Russian Chorus Concert

April 3rd, 10am: Center Church on the Green, New Haven Connecticut

         Kevin Sherwin conducts selections from W.A. Mozart’s Vesperae Solemnes              

         de Confessore, K. 339

March 13th, 3pm: Leeway Center, New Haven, Connecticut

Outreach Concert, Yale Russian Chorus

March 12th, 6:30pm: Atria Larson Place, Hamden, Connecticut

         Outreach Concert, Yale Russian Chorus

February 28th, 3pm: Pratt Hall, New Haven, Connecticut:

ddddYale Russian Chorus Anniversary Concert for Artistic Director Mark Bailey

February 6th: Ss. Peter and Paul Orthodox Church, South River, New Jersey

          Choral Workshop for Spirit of Orthodoxy Choir (assisting Mark Bailey)

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January 31st, 5pmChurch of the Assumption, Ansonia, Connecticut

          American Baroque Orchestra presents “Bach Family Reunion”

 

January 24th, 4pm: Christ the Savior Orthodox Church, Southbury, Connecticut

           Yale Russian Chorus Concert

January 23rd, 8pm: The Graduate Club, New Haven, Connecticut

            Yale Russian Chorus Concert

Musica Vera Concert Tour

January 14th: Portland, Oregon

January 14th: Portland, Oregon

January 12th: Orchestral Masterclass (assisting Mark Bailey), Santa Cruz, California

January 11th: Pacific Collegiate School, Santa Cruz, California

January 10th: Choral Masterclass (assisting Mark Bailey), Livermore, California

January 10th: Livermore Library Concert Series, Livermore, California

January 8thPrivate Historical Instruments CollectionLos Angeles, California

January 8th: Beagle Freedom Project, Los Angeles, California

January 4th: North Haven Town Hall, North Haven, Connecticut

            

2015

December 13th, 2pm: Holy Ghost Church, Bridgeport, Connecticut

A Christmas Choral Concert conducted by Kevin Sherwin

December 12th, 7pm: Dwight Chapel, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

Yale Russian Chorus Winter Concert

December 11th, 12pm: St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church, New Haven, Connecticut

Solo Guitar Recital

 

November 22nd, 4pm: Christ and Holy Trinity Church, Westport, Connecticut

American Baroque Orchestra presents “Voyage to the Colonies”

(including works by Vivaldi, Purcell, Bach, Pieter, and Wood)

 

October 10th, 9pm: Slifka Center, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

Kevin Sherwin conducts players from the Yale Philharmonia and Symphony

Works by Barber, Bartok, and Rachmaninoff

Mark Bailey, guest conductor

October 4th, 5pm: Church of the Assumption, Ansonia, Connecticut

Kevin Sherwin directs the New Haven Guitar Quartet

 

September 27th, 7pm: Falmouth, Massachussetts

Kevin Sherwin leads an orchestral workshop on Romantic-era

performance practice for members of the Falmouth Chamber Players

Assistant to Mark Bailey, guest conductor, Cappella Romana

Performances of the Rachmaninoff All-Night Vigil

           September 12th and 13th: St. Mary’s Cathedral, Portland, Oregon

             September 11th: St. James’ Cathedral, Seattle, Washington

August 12th, 8pm: Trinity on the Green, New Haven, Connecticut

Kevin Sherwin conducts the Duruflé Requiem

New Haven Summer Chorus and Orchestra

 

June 3rd, 2:30pm: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York

Solo recital on the Met’s 1953 Ignacio Fleta guitar

Final concert of the Gallery Concert Series

April 26th, 9pm: Dwight Chapel, Yale University

Kevin Sherwin conducts the Academy Sinfonietta

“Nocturne”: Works by Grieg, Glazunov, and Borodin

Guitar Soloist in the Adagio from Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez

Mark Bailey, guest conductor

April 11th, 8pm: St. Thomas More Chapel, Yale University

Yale Russian Chorus Spring Concert

Yale Russian Chorus Concert Tour

March 14th, 3pm: Holy Trinity Eastern Orthodox Church, Oxnard, California

March 13th, 7pm: St. Athanasius Orthodox Church, Santa Barbara, California

March 12th, 7pm: St. Mary Magdalene Orthodox Church, Merced, California

March 10th, 6pm: St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church, Carmel, California

March 8th, 5pm: St. Seraphim of Sarov Orthodox Church, Santa Rosa, Califonrnia

March 7th, 7pm: First Presbyterian Church, Livermore, California

March 1st, 4pm: Grace Episcopal Church, Whitestone, New York

Solo Guitar Recital

February 22nd, 3pm: Whitney Humanities Center, Yale University

            Kevin Sherwin conducts the Academy Sinfonietta

“British Hearts, Modern Minds”: Works by Elgar, Holst, and Vaughan Williams

Barbora Kolarova, violin soloist

January 23rd, 6pm: Hamden Middle School, Hamden, Connecicut

Yale Russian Chorus Concert

January 15th, 8pm: The Graduate Club, New Haven, Connecticut

Yale Russian Chorus Concert

2014

December 28th-31st: Hsai Lai Temple, Los Angeles, California

            Kevin Sherwin leads the Buddha’s Light Youth Symphony Orchestra

Winter Workshop: Music by Handel, Mozart, Grieg, and Rossini

Solo Concert Tour

December 18th, 8pm: St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church, Hartford, WI

December 19th, 8pm: Fifth Avenue United Methodist Church, West Bend, WI

December 21st, 5pm: Cooksville Lutheran Church, Evansville, WI

December 9th, 2:30pmYale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut

            Music of the Baroque for Voice and Continuo with soprano, Kathryn Aaron

December 7th, 9pm: Dwight Chapel, Yale University

            Kevin Sherwin conducts the Academy Sinfonietta

“Love and Loss”: Works by Sibelius, Britten, and Fauré

Sohyang Yoo, cello soloist

November 9th, 9pm: New York, New York

            Yale Russian Chorus Concert

November 8th, 5:30pm: Church of the Assumption, Ansonia, Connecticut

            Yale Russian Chorus Concert

October 5th, 9pm: Timothy Dwight College, Yale University L

Kevin Sherwin conducts the Academy Sinfonietta

“Christ Lag”: Featuring J.S. Bach’s Cantata #4, and works by Vivaldi and C.P.E. Bach

September 3rd, 8pm: St. Mark the Evangelist, North Bellmore, New York

             Kevin Sherwin plays works by J.S. Bach and Andrew York

July 30th, 7pm: Church of the Redeemer, New Haven, Connecticut

             Kevin Sherwin conducts Fauré’s Requiem

New Haven Summer Chorus

April 20th, 8pm: Dwight Chapel, Yale University

             Kevin Sherwin conducts players from the Yale Philharmonia and Symphony

“Mozart Across the Generations”: Featuring works by Wolfgang and Leopold Mozart

Suliman Tekalli, violin soloist

March 30th, 4pm: Timothy Dwight College Yale University

             Solo guitar recital: Works by J.S. Bach, Milan, Turina, and York

 

February 9th, 3pm: Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut

Choral Music from the Renaissance

Kevin Sherwin, conductor Indie