Cleveland-based early-music ensemble Burning River Baroque will perform their new program, Suppressed Voices: Music of the Banished. Performers include co-directors Malina Rauschenfels (soprano) and Paula Maust (harpsichord), with guest artists Sarah Elizabeth Cranor (baroque violin), Reynaldo Patiño (baroque violin) and Jessica Korotkin (baroque cello). Burning River Baroque will be partnering with the Refugee Services Collaborative of Greater Cleveland for this concert. Burning River Baroque is an artist-run ensemble founded in 2012 with the goal of bringing the drama, passion, and vitality of Baroque music to life for contemporary audiences. Admission is free, and free-will donations will be gratefully accepted.