Nicholas Mcgegan

Baroque boom in China?

While Europe has been probing the depths of the Baroque repertoire for over 60 years and here in the U.S. we’ve been enjoying the resurgence of interest... Read more →

Speaking of jokes…

Alex Ross posted (and Scott thankfully forwarded) this hilarious spoof radio commercial from 1977 that ever so gently jibes the more contemporary... Read more →

An inspiring model?

Annalisa Pappano, a viol player in town for BFX10 from Cincinnati, wrote on her group’s blog today: What I find especially intriguing [in San Francisco]... Read more →

Tonight’s the night!

Tonight, our orchestra and chorale perform the first concert of our November program that features Dido and Aeneas and other works by the beloved English... Read more →

Welcome to A415

Welcome to Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra’s new blog, A415. This site will be frequently updated with news and information about the orchestra and... Read more →