One World Baroque Concert Videos

St Matthew Passion Project – Easter 2021-23

St Matthew Passion by J.S. Bach – Part 1

Daniel Taylor, Music Director

Kathryn Whitney, Artistic Director


Matthew Larkin, organ

Benjamin Butterfield, Evangelist

Kyron Basu, bass, Jesus, Pilate, Peter, Judas

Mark McDonald, chamber organ

Jane Fingler, soprano

Rebecca Genge, soprano

Lindsay MacIntyre, soprano

Sinéad White, soprano

Rebecca Claborn, alto

Peter Koniers, countertenor

Jean-Philippe Lazure, tenor

Kerry Bursey, tenor

Joel Allison, bass

One World Baroque Virtual Chorus

Premiere: April 14, 2023

Messiah Reimagined with the London Handel Festival – Christmas 2021

Handel’s Messiah

Laurence Cummings, Music Director

London Handel Players, Adrian Butterfield

Daniel Taylor, Music Director, One World Baroque

Kathryn Whitney, Artistic Director, One World Baroque

Producer, OWB Into the Light Project

Lucy Crowe, soprano

Iestyn Davies, counter-tenor

Nathan Vale, tenor

Charles Daniels, tenor

Edward Grint, bass

Premiere: December 23, 2021

Messiah –  Christmas 2020

Messiah – Part the First & Hallelujah

Daniel Taylor, Music Director

Andriana Chuchman, soprano; Julia Doyle, soprano; Avery Amereau, mezzo-soprano; Charles Daniels, tenor; John Relyea, bass.

One World Baroque Virtual Orchestra & Chorus

Kathryn Whitney, Artistic Director

Premiere: Christmas Day, 2020

J.S. Bach – Jesus bleibet meine Freude – Autumn 2020

Jesus bleibet meine Freude

from Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben BWV 147 by J.S. Bach

Daniel Taylor, Music Director

John Abberger, oboe

Christopher Bagan, organ

One World Baroque Virtual Orchestra & Chorus

Kathryn Whitney, Artistic Director

Premiere: New Year’s Day, 2021

Sing Magnificat! – Summer 2020

During the period in which we were conceiving of One World Baroque as a fully virtual ensemble in summer 2020, Daniel Taylor & Kathryn Whitney led a project on J.S. Bach’s Magnificat in D in Victoria, BC, Canada.

The summer program was originally conceived as an in-person course, but went online in response to the global pandemic. While we were sorry not to be able to work in person, going online opened our course to far more people than we could ever have accommodated in person:  Our Sing Magnificat choir featured singers from eight countries.

We are so grateful to those singers who took a step into the unknown and came online to sing with us. Your vote of confidence, together with your beautiful singing, laid the foundations for what we have become: a global company collaborating without borders on some of the most beautiful and uplifting music ever written. We thank you all!