OUR 2015-2016 SEASON BEGINS!!!

Join us as we magically bring to life the music of Shakespeare’s London. Featuring the “Broken Consort” music of Thomas Morley, songs from Shakespeare’s plays, and English ballads printed in John Playford’s “The English Dancing Master” of 1651

Dan McCarthy, violin & treble viol; Rebecca Humphrey, bass viol; Laudon Schuett, lute;
John Armato, lute, cittern, theorbo; Mark Rimple; bandora, tenor viol, archlute;
John Orluk Lacombe, lute & guitar; John Burkhalter, recorder;
Lewis R. Baratz, artistic director, harpsichord, recorder; and
young artists Nicole Renna, soprano & Samuel Cox, tenor.


Saturday, Oct. 24, 7:30 PM – St. Paul’s Catholic Church, 214 Nassau St, Princeton, NJ
Sunday, Oct. 25, 3 PM – Trinity Episcopal Church, 6587 Upper York Road, Solebury, PA

$25 general admission, $10 students, FREE for Children 12 & under with an adult.
Cash or Check at the door, or in advance through Brown Paper Tickets.


Laurel Hill Mansion.

La Fiocoo performed here on the evening of August 9, 2015 to a sell-out crowd.


The splendid 1818 Broadwood Piano featured on our program.


Celebrated Soprano Laura Heimes was our guest artist for our June concerts, Love, Passion, and Magic.

La Fiocco is a period instrument ensemble specializing in the performance of the music of the late 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries.

Our mission is to introduce people of all ages to the music of the Baroque and early Classical eras.
Our principal activity is performing music of the 17th and 18th centuries and educating audiences on the aesthetic and cultural-historical context of the music performed.

La Fiocco is named in honor of the South Netherlands composer Joseph Hector Fiocco (1703-1741).


La Fiocco is a State of Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation and a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization.
La Fiocco is a member of the Delaware Valley Guild for Early Music and Early Music America.