Live in Newport Beach and Listen to MusicMusic flows freely around Newport Coast homes and beyond during the Baroque Music Festival Corona del Mar. In its 43rd season, this summer musical extraordinaire has pleased patrons for generations. Focusing on the rich melodious beauty of the music of the Baroque Era, professional musicians delight audiences of all ages, June 18th through June 25th.

The 2023 season, A Bach Kaleidoscope: The Master from Many Angles, presents 5 summer concerts throughout the Orange County real estate area. Weekday evening performances are designed with more intimate settings in mind, while Sunday showcasings are a bit more spectacular in style. Multiple venue locations make it easy for folks to enjoy the Baroque sights and sounds presented by this festival.

Critically acclaimed musicians and singers combine their talents to expertly bring forth the delicate and dramatic sounds of this beautiful music. Audiences have consistently raved about the brilliant magnificence of bringing it all together. Performers delight in their craft. Audience members are invited to mingle after the shows enjoying some sips of wine and a bit of conversation with the artists.

The Baroque Music Festival Corona del Mar begins and ends in grand style at Saint Mark’s Presbyterian Church close to Newport Coast homes with performances held in between in Corona del Mar. Featured scheduled performances are Concertos for Many, A Bach Flute Recital: Stephen Schultz and Friends, Flattery, Fugues and Frivolities, Bach the Indestructible, and Festival Finale: Darkness and Light. See the schedule here.

Free parking is available at all venues. St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church is located at 2200 San Joaquin Hills Road in Newport Beach. The Sherman Library and Gardens is located at 2647 East Coast Highway in Corona del Mar, and St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church is located at 3233 Pacific View Drive in Corona del Mar as well.