high on style
OCT. 14, OCT. 16
high on style, low in pitch. hear it, you’ll be trippin’…friend. take a seat and grab a snacc. we’ll bring the tunes; you just relacc.
NOV. 4, NOV. 6
this ain’t a freak show in the traditional sense, but baroque musicians aren’t afraid to get freaky and become contortionists for a symphony or two.
a twisted christmas
twisted pearl presents a selection of christmas-themed pieces from the baroque that will delight and inspire during the holiday season.
get down to this, monsieur
FEB. 10, FEB. 12
did you know that french people like to dance? this is what they would’ve got down to in the 18th century. if you dance a bit too, we won’t blame you.
the cello: a below average instrument
MAR. 10, MAR. 12
it’s not what it sounds like. or maybe it is. regardless, cellist zoë douthit has the vibes to make a below average instrument a weapon of beauty.
happy music from england
APR. 14, WHEATON
APR. 16, GLEN ELLYN
this one is just what it sounds like. and we’re told that concision is ok sometimes, even in a season of baroque music.
three’s a crowd, four’s a trio
JUN 2, JUN 3
baroque musicians weren’t great at math, so they insisted that music for four people be called a “trio.” stay in school, kids, or you might major in music.
sing, and the hills will answer
JUN. 23, JUN. 25
singing is probably the first musical outlet humans discovered, followed closely by whacking things. maybe we’ll do a bit of both for you.
if the violin is guava juice, the viola is skim milk, the cello is gatorade, and the bass is coffee, then the harpsichord is champagne mmm. pop open a bottle tonight. we insist.