Agave Baroque has performed to sold-out crowds throughout the Bay Area, including Barefoot Chamber Concerts, Chamber Music Day, Chattanooga Chamber Music, Old First Concerts, Sonoma Bach, MSRI, and Trinity Chamber Concerts, as well as at Fresno City College, Fresno Pacific University, the Museum of Jurassic Technology, Jacaranda, The Arizona Early Music Society, Seattle Early Music Guild, University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Appalachian State University, and the Berkeley Early Music Festival. On-air appearances include KPFK Pacifica Radio in Los Angeles, KALW San Francisco, WDAV (North Carolina), New Mexico Public Radio, as well as several features on NPR’s Harmonia early music radio program. Agave Baroque has also presented two programs to groups of K-12 educators as part of the San Francisco Symphony’s “Keeping Score” program.
Our core lineup features phenomenal countertenor soloist Reginald Mobley on several programs and two albums (one upcoming), along with Aaron Westman and Anna Washburn, baroque violins; William Skeen, baroque cello and viola da gamba; Kevin Cooper, baroque guitar and theorbo; and Henry Lebedinsky, harpsichord and organ. They are joined regularly by Natalie Carducci and Katherine Kyme on baroque violin and viola, and Gretchen Claassen on baroque cello.