2018

JANUARY 9, 12:00 pm
Bethlehem, PA

Bach at Noon Cantata 97
Bethlehem Bach Choir and orchestra
Central Moravian Church


JANUARY 30-31, 7:30 pm
Washington, DC

Opera Lafayette
Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts - Terrace Theater
Information

MARCH 10, 5:00 pm
Bethesda, MD

Les Voix Franĉaises
Duruflé Requiem Cantate Chamber Singers
Hahn songs
St John's Episcopal Church
Tickets and Information

MARCH 12, 12:00 pm
Bethlehem, PA

Bach at Noon Cantata 97
Bethlehem Bach Choir and orchestra
Central Moravian Church


MARCH 24, 8:00 pm
Washington, DC

Schubert and Shostakovitch
St Mark's Episcopal Church
Corner of 3rd and A streets S.E., Capitol Hill
Tickets at the door - $20


APRIL 8, 5:00 pm
Washington, DC

Dona Nobis Pacem, Vaughan-Williams
Washington Men's Camerata
Church of the Epiphany
Tickets and Information

APRIL 26-28, various times
Washington, DC

French Charm with Folger Consort
Folger Theatre
Tickets and Information

MAY 2-3
Washington, DC and New York, NY

Gallery Voices with Opera Lafayette
May 2nd - Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts - Terrace Theater
May 3rd - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Tickets and information


MAY 11-12 and MAY 18-19
Bethlehem, PA

B minor Mass and Selected Cantatas
Bethlehem Bach Festival
Tickets and information


NOVEMBER 10, 7:30 pm
Washington, DC

OpenPageEnsemble, Washington's newest new music chamber ensemble presenting repertoire of the 20th century through now, commissioning and performing new works every season.

Rosa Lamoreaux and Lori Barnet, cello, artistic directors
guest artists including David Newman, baritone performing Dover Beach by Samual Barber.
Rosa will perform the beautiful French songs
Earl Kim for string quartet and soprano, Lori, will perform the ravishing Ricordanza of George Rochberg.
St, Columba's Episcopal Church, corner of 42nd and Albemarle, Streets NW, Admission at the door


NOVEMBER 17, 7:30 pm
Washington, DC

ArcoVoce presents music of the baroque, Rosa will sing Orphée, a gorgeous cantata of Clérambault
St. Mark's on the Hill, corner of A and 3rd, streets SE
Admission at the door


DECEMBER 15, 5:00 pm
Washington, DC

Bach - Magnificent works for the holiday: The Magnificat, Gloria in excelsis, with Cantate Chamber Singers, Gisele Becker artistic director
St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 4900 Connecticut Ave, NW
For information and tickets: cantate.org/buytickets/

DECEMBER 25, 12:00 pm
Washington, DC

Christmas Day service
St Columba's Episcopal Church, corner of Albemarle and 42nd streets, NW
Celebrate the day with a quiet service and lovely music




2019

JANUARY 31, 6:00 pm
Washington, DC

Annual New Year's Eve Concert
St. Columba's Episcopal Church, corner of Albemarle and 42nd streets, NW
America Song book favorites with Betty Bullock, piano and Jonathan Nazdin, string bass

FEBRUARY 16, 8:00 pm
Washington, DC

Dumbarton Concert Series
Feast of Love songs joined by superb colleagues, Michael Bard, guitar and Andrew Simpson, piano
Opera arias for guitar and piano, songs of Reynaldo Hahn, John Harbison, and selections from the Great American SongBook
www.dumbartonconcerts.org/tickets

MARCH 12, 12:00 pm
Bethlehem, PA

Bach's mighty Cantata 140 with Bethlehem Bach Choir
Central Moravian Church
Free Admission

MARCH 16, 7:30 pm
Washington, DC

Gallery Voices, gems from the past
Vocal chamber music with strings, organ
Joined by Barbara Hollinshead, mezzo-soprano, Robert Petillo, tenor, Mark Duer, baritone and others
St. Columba's Episcopal Church, corner of Albemarle and 42nd streets, NW
Admission at the door


MARCH 23, 7:30 pm
Washington, DC

ArcoVoce presents music of the Romantics
St. Mark's on the Hill, corner of A and 3rd, streets SE
Admission at the door


MAY 4, 7:30 pm
Washington, DC

OpenPageEnsemble Program with harpsichord, wind instruments and strings in music by Janice Hamer, Lester Trimble and other contemporaries
Lori Barnet, cello and Rosa Lamoreaux
St. Columba's Episcopal Church


MAY 11 and 18, 2:30 pm
Bethlehem, PA

B Minor Mass Bethlehem Bach Festival
www.bach.org

MAY 30, 7:30 pm
Washington, DC

Washington Mens Camerata
Beloved soprano Rosa Lamoreaux joins us for another walk down memory lane as we delve into the great American popular song repertoire from the '30s, '40s, and '50s. The last time we did an American Songbook program it sold out, so get your tickets early and join us as we end our 35th season at the Kennedy Center's Terrace Theater.
Terrace Theater, J.F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
camerata.com/




Stay tuned for Rosa's newest CD projects.
First up will be "Chamber Music from the Heart of Leipzig" with arias and duets of
J.S. Bach with Rosa and friends.