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August 2019

Seattle Historical Arts for Kids: Medieval Music Week (age 7-18)

August 19 - August 25
Seattle, 98125 United States + Google Map

For children and teens: Sing Music of the Middle Ages! Limited places remain -- open only until filled. First, spend a friendly five-day workshop singing tuneful medieval music hand-picked for young people and taught by Seattle Historical Arts for Kids director Shulamit Kleinerman. Then, our group gives public performances at Camlann Medieval Village, bringing the 14th century to life in costume. Participants learn exciting, fun melodies from the 12th-15th centuries in small and large ensembles, accompanied by instruments of the…

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Next Level Recorder Retreat Southeast

August 25 - August 30
Shrinemont Conference Center, 217 Shrine Mont Circle
Orkney Springs, 22845 United States
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$490

An intensive five day retreat for intermediate to advanced recorder players who are ready to take the next step forward. Classes in articulation, tone production, finger facility, rhythm, special topics may include playing by ear, Baroque ornamentation, Renaissance ornamentation, repertoire classes, consort skills, and more.

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Concerto [molto] Grosso!

August 25 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm CDT
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 1018 E. Grayson St.
San Antonio, 78208 United States
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$5 – $25

The concerto is one of the most popular and important genres of baroque music. There are concerti for solo instruments, others for groups of instruments, and some that even feature the entire orchestra! Invented by Italians and brought to perfection by Germans, concerti were written by composers from all across Europe with the intent to show off their own virtuosity, or that of a colleague or of a specific orchestra. This program will trace the history of the concerto from its beginnings…

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September 2019

Early Music City, Nashville TN

September 3 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm CDT
Nashville Public Library Main Branch, 615 Church Street
Nashville, TN, 37219 United States
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Free

Courtyard Concerts: Early Music City September 3, 2019 11:45 AM Take a tour of early music, from Elizabethan days to Bach and the origins of old time fiddling. Performers include faculty members from Belmont, TSU, and Nashville State Community College—with special guest Grammy-winning songwriter and fiddler Tammy Rogers King. https://tinyurl.com/y5oyxvdf

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Virginia Notes: 1619 (Agecroft)

September 13 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EDT
Agecroft Hall & Gardens, 4305 Sulgrave Rd
Richmond, 23221 United States
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$15

“Virginia Notes: 1619” brings together music from the English tradition with Virginia history to examine the first meeting of the Virginia General Assembly (1619). Forgotten Clefs, Renaissance Wind Ensemble, teams up with Historian Christine Anderson (Maggie Walker School) to explore music, history, and culture in the early seventeenth century. You'll hear Renaissance instruments: shawms, recorders, dulcians, sackbuts, pipe & tabor, and more. Join us for this unique look back at this 400 year-old moment in Virginia and the nation's history. This program has been funded in part by a grant from…

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Columbia Baroque Concert: “Love’s Pain, Love’s Joy”

September 13 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm EDT
USC School of Music Recital Hall, 813 Assembly Street
Columbia, 29201 United States
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$15 – $20

Join us for this wonderful opportunity to hear Nicholas R. Jones, from Berkeley, CA, share his recent book, A Poetry Precise and Free: Selected Madrigals of Guarini.  Hundreds of composers set Guarini poems to music, most famously in Monteverdi’s madrigals. Our versions include three gambas! Selections from Handel’s gorgeous opera based on Guarini’s play, Il Pastor Fido (The Faithful Shepherd),complete the program. Performers for the evening are Nicholas R. Jones, baroque recorder; Jean Hein, baroque recorder;Mary Hostetler Hoyt, baroque violin; Erika Cutler,…

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Ronn McFarlane at GIG Performance Space

September 13 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm MDT
GIG Performance Space, 1808 Second St.
Santa Fe, 87505 United States
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GRAMMY-nominated lutenist Ronn McFarlane will be performing a selection of pieces on solo lute. https://www.ronnmcfarlane.com/

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Virginia Notes: 1619 (St. Benedict’s)

September 14 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm EDT
St. Benedict’s Catholic Church, 300 N Sheppard St
Richmond, VA, IN 23221 United States
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$15

“Virginia Notes: 1619” brings together music from the English tradition with Virginia history to examine the first meeting of the Virginia General Assembly (1619). Forgotten Clefs, Renaissance Wind Ensemble, teams up with Historian Christine Anderson (Maggie Walker School) to explore music, history, and culture in the early seventeenth century. You'll hear Renaissance instruments: shawms, recorders, dulcians, sackbuts, pipe & tabor, and more. Join us for this unique look back at this 400 year-old moment in Virginia and the nation's history. This program has been funded in part by a grant from Virginia…

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Ronn McFarlane at Music in Corrales

September 14 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm MDT
Historic Old San Ysidro Church, 966 Old Church Road
Corrales, 87048 United States
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Grammy-nominated lutenist Ronn McFarlane will perform a selection of pieces on solo lute https://www.ronnmcfarlane.com/

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Pilgrims’ Progress: Music of the Plimoth Colony Settlers

September 15 @ 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm EDT
The Shirley Meetinghouse, 41 Brown Rd
Shirley, 01464 United States
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$15

The Plimoth colonists, or “Pilgrims” as they were later called, were a diverse group of Separatists and Anglicans, religious zealots and irreverent opportunists. They brought with them music experiences as varied as their reasons for coming to the New World, and the Plimoth Colony heard not just solemn English psalms, but also catches, ballads, and dance tunes. Our program features music of Morley and Dowland, catches by Ravenscroft, and selections from the Dutch ‘t Uitnement Kabinet, the Ainsworth Psalter, and…

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