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.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE SEE WWW.MOUNTAINSIDEBAROQUE.ORG/CANCELLATIONS
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