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Enjoy a season of thrilling baroque music with La Follia

Purchase Tickets to Individual Concerts

Select from the concerts below.  You will be taken to the ticket purchasing site.
There are two performances for each concert.  The ticket you purchase is good for either performance, regardless of the date you select when ordering.
To minimize your wait at the entrance, we recommend print-at-home or mobile delivery.  Then you can bypass the Will Call line.  (Don't worry, we will have you on the ticket list in case you forget your ticket). 

The Concerts

* September 7th, 7pm and 8th, 3pm: Works for Two Solo Harpsichords with Anton Nel and Keith Womer
Anton and Keith perform music by Soler, Buxtehude, Couperin, WF Bach, JC Bach, JS Bach and Rameau, using four harpsichords from  our “Herd” (two at a time of course!).

October 13th, 7pm and 14th, 3pm: A World Tour of Baroque Opera
Opera arias by Monteverdi, Cavalli, Hasse, Purcell, Handel, Lully, and Rameau are sung by five stellar soloists and a 17-piece Baroque orchestra.

November 10th, 7pm and 11th, 3pm: A World Tour of Baroque Chamber Music
An intimate concert of nine musicians playing works by Telemann, Couperin, Purcell, and Handel, along with the Pachelbel Canon and Vivaldi La Folia variations.

January 5, 7pm and 6th, 3pm: A World Tour of Baroque Orchestral Music
A 21-piece Baroque orchestra performs Handel’s Royal Fireworks, Bach’s Orchestral Suite No. 3, a concerto from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, Charpentier’s Te Deum, and others.

February 9th, 7pm and 10th, 3pm: A World Tour of Baroque Secular and Religious Vocal Works
Works by Monteverdi, Pergolesi, Vivaldi, Clerambault, Charpentier, Purcell, Handel, Bach, and others are performed by four stellar soloists and a 16 -piece Baroque chamber ensemble.

April 26th, 7pm and 27th, 3pm: Herd of Harpsichords
* Note these concerts are on Friday and Saturday.
The complete concertos for two and three harpsichords by JS Bach performed on three harpsichords by the incomparable Anton Nel,  director Keith Womer, and Don Livingston, with the La Follia strings.

About the Venue For all concerts


Centrally located in the revitalized East Austin neighborhood near Manor and Alexander avenues, Redeemer Presbyterian Church (map) features excellent acoustics and temperature control; great sight lines to the stage; ample, safe, well-lit, and free parking; full ADA compliance; proximity to the Mueller development; and ready access to the best Austin restaurants like Dai Due.  Read more about it at Redeemer’s website.

NOTE: Handicapped access is particularly close and convenient on the north side of the building.