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The critically acclaimed Baroque Orchestra, Apollo’s Fire has won millions of hearts around the world by staging breathtaking live performances over the years. Specializing in early music, the period-instrument ensemble comprises of exceptionally talented and skilled musicians from Europe and North America. Currently led by Artist Director Jeannette Sorrell, the Cleveland based orchestra has garnered international appraise for its innovative and fresh works. Critics have highly commended the orchestra’s new approach to baroque performances. This season, the celebrated Apollo’s Fire will be staging yet another marvelous orchestra act for the audience. Witness this spectacular live event by availing Apollo’s Fire tickets for a memorable musical experience.
Formed in 1992 by Jeannette Sorrell, Apollo’s Fire was initially granted funds by the Cleveland Foundation. The funds allowed the orchestra to mark its debut in June 1992 that was extremely well received by the audiences as well as critics. The Baroque Orchestra has evolved over the years, becoming a highly sought after ensemble in the country. The orchestra has delivered riveting live performances at prestigious theatre halls and festivals including New World Symphony Orchestra’s Baroque Festival, the Gilmore International Keyboard Festival, Liberty of Congress, Boston Early Music Festival and the Aspen Music Festival and School. The orchestra’s work has been broadcasted on several National Public Radio shows such as Performance Today and the World of Opera. Their music has also been played on CBC Radio 2 in Canada and BBC in UK.
Apollo’s Fire has successfully released thirteen albums. Their first album ‘Handel’ was a success with the audience. In 2011, the orchestra released ‘Vivaldi and Friends’, which garnered rave reviews for the orchestra, earning them several praises and accolades. Their most recent album of Concertos and Suites, ‘Telemann’, was released in 2005 to critical acclaim. Apollo’s Fire has bagged several classical music accolades over the years including 1998 ‘Northern Ohio Live Achievement Award’ as well as American Musicological Society’s ‘Noah Greenberg Award’.
Apollo’s Fire will be playing live at the Hill Auditorium stage this season. University of Michigan’s largest performance venue, the Hill Auditorium has hosted some of the most notable orchestra performances over the years. Built in 1913, the Ann Arbor based auditorium has featured ensembles such as University of Michigan Choirs, University of Michigan Symphony Band, University of Michigan Philharmonic Orchestras as well as Symphony Orchestra. Apart from university’s own School of Music performances, the venue has seen acts by eminent artists and bands such as Elton John, Wynton Marsalis, Jack DeJohnette, Eugene Ormandy, Jysse Norman, the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Audra McDonald, Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Vienna Philharmonic and Rachmaninoff.
The beautiful Hill Auditorium was initially designed by Albert Kahn. Commissioned to design an auditorium to accommodate five thousand people with perfect hall acoustics, Albert began working on the venue after writing to the eminent architect Hugh Tallant and reaffirming the possibility of this colossal task. Eventually the venue was designed in the shape of a megaphone, featuring highly praised hall acoustics. In 2002, the venue was renovated and has since then become the most sought after auditorium to witness large scale performances. Currently boasting a capacity of thirty-five hundred seats, the Hill Auditorium offers the perfect opportunity to enjoy all your favorite live orchestras and theatrical events.
Apollo’s Fire’s upcoming live performance at the Hill Auditorium is being highly anticipated by the audience as well as critics. The Baroque Orchestra is known to leave the audiences awe-struck with magical and captivating shows. The audience can be a part of this exciting live event by getting hands on Apollo’s Fire tickets and indulge in a spectacular musical journey.