Espaņoleta - Chatham Baroque
This page contains links pertaining to works by and including Julie
Andrijeski -- recordings, performances, reviews and news.
Julie plays in several groups, as well as teaching classes and seminars.
Her major group is the Pittsburgh quartet
Chatham Baroque, named NPR's "Best New Classical Artist of 1999" and playing
to critical acclaim, and their CD Espaņoleta spending four weeks on
Amazon.com's top 20 list.
Julie has also played and recorded with several other orchestras, operas,
and early music groups, including the Cleveland baroque group
Apollo's Fire and the Celtic group
National Public Radio as "Best New Classical Artist of 1999," Chatham Baroque is Ensemble-in-Residence at Chatham College and WQED-FM Pittsburgh and tours internationally and throughout the United States. This irresistible ensemble has released five best-selling CDs to critical acclaim. The Scotch Humour was the first recording by an American ensemble to receive a five-star rating from Europe's Goldberg magazine. Espaņoleta spent four weeks on Amazon.com's top-20 list and was nominated by the Association for Independent