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Nominate PBO in SFCV’s 2018-19
Best of the Bay!

It’s time to show your support for Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra & Chorale by nominating PBO in San Francisco Classical Voice’s annual Best of the Bay survey! Thanks to you, PBO made the final nominations list in four categories last year, and we’d love for this wave of support to continue this year.

If you were a huge fan of Philharmonia Baroque’s performances last season and would like to show your full support for PBO, here’s your “cheat sheet” for the survey:


FAVORITE OPERA SINGER: Aryeh Nussbaum Cohen
“…the extravagantly gifted young countertenor whose every appearance only serves to add luster to an already remarkable level of accomplishment.” —SF Chronicle


FAVORITE CHORAL ENSEMBLE: Philharmonia Chorale

“…the Chorale delivered a performance that was at once tonally robust and full of striking details.” —SF Chronicle


FAVORITE EARLY/BAROQUE ENSEMBLE: Philharmonia Baroque

“Philharmonia Baroque serves up more of the same: Excellence.” —San Francisco Classical Voice


FAVORITE ORCHESTRA: Philharmonia Baroque

“…the latest reminder of how eloquent and theatrically savvy McGegan and the orchestra are in this music.” —SF Chronicle


FAVORITE CONDUCTOR: Nicholas McGegan

“It was under his guidance that the orchestra developed into perhaps the nation’s leading early-music orchestra.” —SF Chronicle


FAVORITE SINGLE EARLY/BAROQUE EVENT: Handel’s Saul, Philharmonia Baroque

“The Philharmonia Baroque performance featured so much virtuosity that no accounting of it all can be complete.” —San Francisco Classical Voice


FAVORITE SINGLE NEW MUSIC EVENT: Anne Sofie von Otter sings Caroline Shaw, Philharmonia Baroque

“…a demonstration of how much is possible with old sonorities and new ideas.” —SF Chronicle

Thank you for taking the time to support Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra & Chorale!

Hurry! Nominations close on Wednesday, August 7th!

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