Mountainside Baroque has cancelled its March 29 concert, “Venice and Rome,” due to coronavirus precautions. The cancellation brings the early music collective’s 2019-2020 concert series to a close. If circumstances allow, “Venice & Rome” may appear in some form as part of the new season coming this fall, according to the Cumberland, Maryland organization.

Ticketholders have several options. They may request a refund, use their ticket or pass for future concert admission, or donate their refund to the MBQ Musicians Fund.






Sunday, March 29, 2020  |  4pm

The Allegany Museum (Arthur and Bernice Friedland Ballroom)

Pershing Street, Cumberland


In the 17th century, the vibrant cities of Venice and Rome shared a love of musical variety–from the sensuous, earthy, and boisterous, to the passionate, devout, and steadfast.


A raucous concert from the Italian Renaissance and Early Baroque featuring voices and the Washington Sackbut and Cornet Ensemble.


Music of Orlando di Lasso, Filippo Azzaiolo, Anonymous and others

Venice and Rome