Infusion Baroque

baroque ensemble
Alexa Raine-Wright, baroque flute and recorder
Sallynee  Amawat, baroque violin
Andrea Stewart, baroque cello
Rona Nadler, harpsichord

“This is real baroque... gripping and full of character.”

— Radio-Canada

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Infusion Baroque draws new audiences to early music through a truly captivating concert experience, deftly combining seasoned musicianship with theatrical elements. Playing on historical instruments, the four women of Infusion Baroque enthrall audiences with their creative and interactive programming. 

Winners of the Grand Prize and Audience Prize at the 2014 Early Music America Baroque Performance Competition, their performances have been described as “dynamic and alive” (Early Music America) with “polish, energy, and finely-honed style” (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel).

Following the critical success of their first CD, 1747, Infusion Baroque's second CD was released on LEAF music in November 2018. Kreüsser presents six elegant and uplifiting quintettos by a new discovery - 18th century composer Georg Anton Kreüsser.

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Programmes and projects

Women made their mark on baroque music not only as muses, but also as virtuoso performers and composers. Mozart wrote his famous sonata K454 for the Mantuan virtuosa Regina Strinasacchi, while Vivaldi composed most of his vast musical output for the incredibly talented women of the Ospedale della Pietà in Venice. None other than Casanova was smitten by cellist Henriette de Schnetzmann's impromptu rendition of a concerto by Antonio Vandini. And women such as Ana Bon, Élisabeth-Claude Jacquet de la Guerre and Barbara Strozzi were acclaimed performers of their own compositions. Infusion Baroque presents an all-female tour-de-force celebrating the talent and prowess of women musicians throughout the ages!

Infusion Baroque invites you to investigate the true murder of violinist-composer Jean-Marie Leclair, found murdered in his home in Paris on October 23, 1764. Despite a thorough investigation and a plethora of suspects, no one was ever charged with the crime. Was it the composer’s estranged wife? A jealous colleague? Or something more sinister? Learn the details of the original investigation while enjoying a sumptuous program of music by Leclair and his contemporaries, and get to the bottom of Who Killed Leclair!

This programme is also offered in an interactive game version.

In addition to his tremendous achievements as a composer and musician, Johann Sebastian Bach is famous for having fathered many children, several of whom went on to have successful musical careers. This program explores the different musical personalities of the sons of Bach: the enigmatic Wilhelm Friedmann; the inventive and sensitive Carl Philipp Emanuel; and the cheerfully conservative Johann Christoph Friedrich. This program also includes music by “Papa Bach” himself and Georg Philip Telemann, who was the godfather of C.P.E. Bach.




“Infusion Baroque plays with smiles in their bows and their fingers.” 

—  Frédéric Cardin,

Janvier 2019



“Infusion Baroque has it all: brilliant virtuosity, musical integrity and a concert presence unlike any other.” 

—  Carol Xion,

November 2018



“This is real baroque... gripping and full of character.” 

—  Medium Large

February 2017






+1 514 276-2694

107, boul. St-Joseph West
Montreal (Quebec)
Canada  H2T 2P7



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