IBO are delighted that our recent performance of Acis and Galatea will be available to stream (in full and free of charge) on The Opera Platform until October 31. To view the production, click here.
Wishing you a very happy European Early Music Day from Irish Baroque Orchestra! Irish Baroque Orchestra recorded a video especially for the occasion, to view please click here.
Irish Baroque Orchestra, through the generous support of Culture Ireland, are attending Classical NEXT in Rotterdam this May. Read more here.
A super review for the performance of Handel’s Samson – an NCH / Chamber Choir Ireland / Irish Baroque Orchestra collaboration directed by the wonderful Matthew Halls. Click to read the full review here
Thanks to everyone for supporting the IBO’s concerts in Dublin, Drogheda and Galway. Great houses, tremendous reaction – a great way to start the festive season!
“.. the group performs with engaging clarity and cohesiveness, and there is an excellent feeling for balance across the group from the resonant drive of the basses to the stylish brilliance of the top line”. Read the entire review online
All we can say is….wow! Enormous thanks to everyone in Lausanne for the warm welcome and tremendous response to our performance of Handel’s Messiah this weekend. You can read the full review here
The IBO’s forthcoming performance of Handel’s Messiah at the Lausanne Opera House on Sunday 15 Nov is now SOLD OUT.
This performance, directed by Grammy nominee Monica Huggett and featuring outstanding Irish soloists alongside Resurgam choir, is kindly supported by CULTURE IRELAND.
More details of this wonderful festival can be found at http://www.festivalbach.ch/
We are recording a new CD and we need help! PLEDGE
Pledge and receive exclusive rewards and experiences and be a part of this special project.
Exotic music performed by sublime IBO soloists on authentic baroque instruments including the baroque flute, oboe da caccia and viola d’amore. Experience the intriguing and intricate music of Graupner, Telemann and Fausch…with a little Vivaldi for balance!
With your help this unusual programme will be recorded for a new Irish Baroque Orchestra CD.