by New Trinity Baroque's Artistic Director, Predrag Gosta
It is quite incredible that we can stand at the front of you today and look back with 20 years of experience. Since 1998, New Trinity Baroque has delighted audiences with its attractive programs, brilliantly performed on period instruments. Described as "artistically satisfying" and "simply dazzling" (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution), New Trinity Baroque has become not only "Atlanta's most adventurous early music ensemble," but also "one of America's premier period groups."
The critics agree that NTB's concerts are of consistently high quality. We remain commited to continue presenting outstanding programs of music written by some of the greatest composers of the Baroque period, and feature some of the brightest stars of early music today. We use period instruments, stylistically appropriate voices, and historically informed techniques, and thanks to many sponsors and supporters we have aquired quite an extensive collection of instruments - five harpsichords, three organs, ten baroque violins, natural trumpets, flutes, baroque timpani and more.
Starting on September 29, our 20th Anniversary Season in Atlanta will offer three exciting concerts, which we hope will delight as well as entertain you. Among our guests are David Brutti, cornetto player from Italy, Karolina Bäter, recorder and transverse player from Germany, and many others. We will also continue our touring and educational activities, as well as publish two new CDs, with music of D. Buxtehude and J.S. Bach.
We look forward to seeing you this year!
Predrag Gosta, Artistic Director
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