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2023 Boston Early Music Festival: A Celebration of Women

Multiple Venues in Downtown Boston Boston, MA, United States

Our Festival—A Celebration of Women—will be an inspiring week honoring the work of women musicians both living and departed, as well as poets, painters, librettists, actors, scholars, publishers, dedicatees, and patrons, in addition to administrators, directors, and theater technicians, reminding us that women have been an integral part of classical music all along! 2023 Centerpiece …

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Hidden Voices

St. Luke's Episcopal Church 122 S. California Ave., Monrovia, United States

Recent research has uncovered a treasure trove of medieval and Renaissance music by composers of diverse backgrounds -- from the first born in the New World to cloistered Italian nuns.  Jouyssance will perform select works from these collections, as well as two gorgeous motets by Vicente Lusitano, the first published composers of African heritage.   Our …

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$10 – $25

Nigra Sum Des Formosa: Morenas en Ibero-America

Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory 30 Gainsborough St., Boston, United States

Making their BEMF début, La Donna Musicale and Rumbarroco perform songs and polyphonic settings that highlight “Morenas”—dark-skinned women—in the Ibero-American repertory. Director Laury Gutiérrez leads us on a musical voyage from the Iberian Renaissance to African-influenced folk traditions in contemporary South America. The program features settings of “Nigra sum sed Formosa” from the “Song of …

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Nigra sum sed formosa: Morenas en Ibero-America

Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory 30 Gainsborough St., Boston, United States

Martes, 6 de Junio 2023 a las 10:30PM Haciendo su debut en el BEMF (Boston Early Music Festival), La Donna Musicale y Rumbarroco interpretan canciones y arreglos polifónicos que resaltan a las "Morenas" (mujeres de piel oscura) en el repertorio iberoamericano. La directora Laury Gutiérrez nos guía en un viaje musical desde el Renacimiento ibérico …

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Easy As Lying: The Music of Shakespeare’s Globe

Old West Church 131 Cambridge St., Boston, MA, United States

A spirited celebration of the splendid music heard in Shakespeare’s plays at the original Globe theater in London. We perform works ranging from melancholy to mirthful including songs the Bard mentions by name, works by his talented contemporaries including Thomas Morley, John Dowland, and Robert Johnson, and selected scenes from the plays read aloud in …

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$10

Lute Song Trio of The Baltimore Consort

Ruthmere Museum 302 E. Beardsley Ave., Elkhart, IN, United States

SONGS TO THE LUTE & VIOL Courtly Ayres, Songs from Shakespeare, Historic Ballads, plus Instrumental Fancies and Dances Lute Song Trio of The Baltimore Consort: Ronn McFarlane, lute Danielle Svonavec, soprano Mary Anne Ballard, viola da gamba Music from the world of Queen Elizabeth I and William Shakespeare, including popular continental favorites—French courtly airs and …

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A Happy Hour encore….JON WASSERMAN “Amores Rojos” (Red Loves)

Epiphany Lutheran Church (Denver) 790 S. Corona, Denver, CO, United States

We have extended our season into early June so we can feature this stunning program by Jon Wasserman. He came to Denver earlier this season from his home in Madrid to play with the Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado. Jon returns to Denver with a Happy Hour concert representing the lyrical and musical world of …

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$10 – $22

Whidbey Island Music Festival presents: The Influencers – J.S. Bach and his circle

St. Augustine's in-the-woods 5217 Honeymoon Bay Road Freeland, WA 98249, Freeland, WA, United States

Kick off the summer festival season with musical fireworks! J.S. Bach was deeply influenced by his musical milieu which included composers and composers from all over Europe. His circle of influences included Pisendel, concertmaster of Dresden’s legendary orchestra, Telemann, a close friend and penpal, Böhm, one of his teachers and Couperin the famous French composer. …

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Free – $30

Easy As Lying: The Music of Shakespeare’s Globe

La Grua Center 32 Water St., Stonington, CT, United States

A spirited celebration of the splendid music heard in Shakespeare’s plays at the original Globe theater in London. We perform works ranging from melancholy to mirthful including songs the Bard mentions by name, works by his talented contemporaries including Thomas Morley, John Dowland, and Robert Johnson, and selected scenes from the plays read aloud in …

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$15 – $40
Event Series Pulcinella’s Dream

Pulcinella’s Dream

Joe Goode Annex 401 Alabama St, San Francisco, CA, United States

Join Bay Area period ensemble Nash Baroque and historical dance company Dance Through Time for Pulcinella’s Dream; A spettaculo of Music, Dance and Pantomime of eighteenth century Italian theater. Characters of commedia from Harlequin to Pantalone are caught in a labyrinth of mistaken identity, unrequited love, surreal dream, and journeys on the high sea.    …

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$25 – $28

Highlights from this calendar are included in the weekly E-Notes email newsletter (Tuesdays). Selections are made based on variety of event types and geographic regions.

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