The Baroque Sinfonia of Sonoma County, California is a small chamber orchestra of the approximate size and instrumentation of Haydn's day. The personnel are all volunteer musicians from many walks of life who perform for their own enjoyment as well as for the enjoyment of others. In existence since November of 1971, its principal purpose is the performance of lesser-known works of the Baroque, Rococo, early Classical, and Contemporary periods. Each performance features an outstanding soloist from northern California.
Concerts are held in small intimate venues, usually local churches. The orchestra performs three sets of concerts each season.
In addition, the Baroque Sinfonia teams up in December with Dan Earl and his Symphonic Chorus for the Redwood Empire's well-known Sing-Along Messiah, now in its 29th year of performance. For more information, please visit their website.
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