Going for Baroque in a Modern World
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Internationally renowned Baroque flutist and conductor Barthold Kuijken is IndyBaroque’s artistic director. Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra and IndyBaroque Chamber Players concerts take place at the Indiana History Center and the University of Indianapolis, where the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra has been ensemble-in-residence since 1999.
The members of the group perform on instruments built between about 1600 and 1750, or replicas thereof, including instruments not in common use today, such as the theorbo, the violone, the sackbut, wooden one-keyed flutes, valveless trumpets, and the harpsichord.