I am delighted to be playing harpsichord and organ continuo for Wesley Monumental Methodist Church’s presentation of Handel’s great work Messiah. Handel’s Messiah Wesley Monumental Methodist Church 429 Abercorn St. Savannah Georgia 31401 Saturday, December 14, 2019 7:30 PM Tickets: $35.00. Available at MessiahSavannah.eventbrite.com or the church office. Experience Handel’s magnificent masterpiece, Messiah, in one of Savannah’s beautiful historic churches: Performed by the Wesley Monumental Choir with Orchestra. Part I: Prophecy of the Coming of a Messiah and Christ’s Nativity Part II: Christ’s Suffering, Death, and Resurrection Part III: Affirmation of Christian Faith and Glimpses of Revelation Dr. Monica Harper Dekle, conductor. Tina William, soprano. Claire Watts, mezzo-soprano. Timothy Miller, tenor. Robert Cantrell, bass. Ticket-price is tax deductible, and all proceeds benefit Wesley’s music program. Tickets are also available from the church office or from any choir member. Reduced price tickets for students with a current ID are available from the church office. (above details clipped and edited from Wesley Monumental’s website)
Featuring John Hillenbrand, vielle; Marcy Brenner, tenor viol; Cuffy Sullivan and Sheila Berg, vocals; and myself on organ, harpsichord and sinfonye. Sunday, November 17, at 3:00 P.M. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church (34th & Abercorn) admission $10.00. For further information, please call (912) 604-8983. The performance will focus on ten women who lived from 1098-1603, whose influence in a phallocratic world was far greater than would normally be expected. Some were musicians and poets: St. Birgitta, St. Hildegard, Maddalena Casulana, Beatritz de Dia, and Christine de Pizan. Others wielded political power and were the inspiration for musical creation: Elizabeth I of England, Eleanor of Aquitaine, Isabella of Spain and Lucrezia Borgia. One (St. Joan of Arc) led her army to Orléans, where she defeated the besieging English and reversed, some might say however temporarily, the course of the Hundred Years’ War. The Goliards will present a rich tapestry of music from this 400 year span, sung in Latin, Occitan (Provençal), Old French, Middle English, Spanish and Italian, with accompaniments by players of replicas of period instruments. The Goliards, now in their 21st year (14th in Savannah) have specialized in the pre-1400 European repertory since their founding, and have now expanded their […]
On October 14, 2018, Anne brought along one of the harpsichords she made and joined colleagues Marcy Brenner on viola da gamba, Ann Cafferty on baroque violin, and Jeana Melilli on baroque flute in a program of baroque trios and quartets by Telemann, Albinoni, Couperin, and Purcell playing in the prestigious Savannah Philharmonic Larsen Spotlight Chamber Music Series in downtown Savannah.
Anne’s baroque performance group, Savannah Baroque, was honored to perform at the Carolina Music Museum in Greenville, South Carolina on August 26, 2018. Anne played a restored 18th century English harpsichord with fellow performers Marcy Brenner on viola da gamba, Jeana Melilli on baroque flute, Ann Cafferty on baroque violin, Eric Caines on baroque oboe, and Kyle Siddons baritone.
I am honored to have been chosen to play continuo for a performance of the incredible Bach B minor Mass, directed by Dr. Monica Harper Deckle.
Bach B minor Mass
Wesley Monumental Church
429 Abercorn St. Savannah, GA 31401
By now you know I am the harpsichordist/organist/music director of Savannah Baroque! We will be performing music by Vivaldi, Barbara Strozzi, and more.
Savannah Baroque presents:
Maestri Italiani: Italian Masters of the Baroque
Skidaway Island United Methodist Church
54 Diamond Causeway
Savannah, GA 31411
Savannah Baroque presents “Le Concert Royal: Music from the Court of Versailles” featuring Ashley Adams, soprano; James Hall, tenor; Marcy Brenner, viola da gamba; Jeana Melilli, traverso; Ann Cafferty, baroque violin; and myself on harpsichord as part of the concert series at St. Peter’s on Skidaway Island.
Le Concert Royal: Music from the Court of Versailles
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
3 W. Ridge Rd.
Savannah, Ga 31411
Jeana Melilli has talked me into doing a program at Spivey Hall’s Young People’s Concert and I have to say I’m really exited!
With Ashley Adams, soprano, and Marcy Brenner, viola da gamba, Jeana on traverso, and myself on harpsichord.
Savannah Baroque: Young People’s Concert
Spivey Hall at Clayton State College
2000 Clayton State Blvd, Morrow, GA 30260, USA
Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018
11:15 am -12:15 pm
I am pleased to be returning as principal harpsichordist with the Savannah Philharmonic, and featuring Savannah Baroque’s baroque flute player, and my good friend Jeana Melilli in Vivaldi’s a minor piccolo concerto! Selections also include Handel’s Fireworks and Water Music, and the Bach Orchestra Suite #3. I don’t know which harpsichord I will bring yet. Jeana and I will also be speaking to and demonstrating to the Savannah Chatham County Public School students at the Education Outreach Open Rehearsal.
The Savannah Philharmonic
Jan. 27, 7:30 pm
Lucas Center for the Arts
32 Abercorn St.
Savannah, GA 31401