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THE PHOEBUS ENSEMBLE-“GONE WITH THE WINDS”

January 23 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST
CAROLINA MUSIC MUSEUM, 516 BUNCOMBE STREET
GREENVILLE, SC 29601 United States
$15

Thursday, January 23 at 7:00 pm Come be swept away by the fiery, romantic music created by the Phoebus Ensemble on woodwinds & keyboard. Virtuoso vigor will be demonstrated by soloists of national and international acclaim in our intimate gallery venue. Katherine Needleman is the Principal Oboe of the Baltimore Symphony & is one of the most sought-after oboists in the world. She will be making a special appearance because of our personal connection. Igor Begelman is a clarinetist of virtuosity…

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Columbia Baroque Concert: “La Belle Danse”

January 24 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm EST
USC School of Music Recital Hall, 813 Assembly Street
Columbia, 29201 United States
$15 – $20

Paige Whitley-Bauguess, returns to Columbia Baroque to bring a “window on the past,” as she presents a program of enchanting interpretive dances with music by Lully, Schmelzer, and Telemann. To complement Paige’s elegant dances, Brittnee Siemon will be featured as soloist in selections from Lully’s opera, Armide, and she will perform a glorious Telemann sacred cantata. Performers for the concert are Paige Whitley-Bauguess, baroque dancer; Brittnee Siemon, mezzo-soprano; Jean Hein, baroque recorder; Mary Hostetler Hoyt, baroque violin; Erika Cutler, baroque…

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Sweet Friendship: Courtly Songs & Dances from 15th century France and Italy

January 24 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm EST
Tognino Hall – Butler Commons, Fordham University Rose Hill Campus, 441 E Fordham Rd
Bronx, 10458 United States
Free

Alkemie celebrates six years of friendship with our most diverse program yet: dancing with choreographies old and new, rarely heard songs from the Loire Valley Chansonniers, and new tunes by band member Niccolo Seligmann. ​

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Sweet Friendship: Courtly Songs & Dances from 15th century France and Italy

January 25 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm EST
Pope Auditorium – Lowenstein Building, Fordham University - Lincoln Center (113 W 60th St)
New York, NY 10023 United States
Free

Alkemie celebrates six years of friendship with our most diverse program yet: dancing with choreographies old and new, rarely heard songs from the Loire Valley Chansonniers, and new tunes by band member Niccolo Seligmann.

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Keith Davis & Neal Starkey Jazz Duo

January 30 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm EST
CAROLINA MUSIC MUSEUM, 516 BUNCOMBE STREET
GREENVILLE, SC 29601 United States
$15

Keith Davis & Neal Starkey Jazz Duo Thursday, January 30 at 7:30 pm Sit back & groove to some great jazz from two great artists. On piano, our local friend Keith Davis. Keith has distinguished himself as a jazz pianist, composer & educator. He has toured w/Glenn Miller Orchestra, Artie Shaw Orchestra & Matt “Guitar” Murphy (Blues Brothers.) Keith was inducted into the Coastal Jazz Hall of Fame at the 2017 Savannah Jazz Festival. In his capacity as an educator,…

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Stefan Temmingh and; Dorothee Mields: Inspired by Song

January 31 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm EST
First Church in Cambridge, Congregational, 11 Garden Street
Cambridge, MA 02138 United States
$20 – $70

Stefan Temmingh, recorder, Dorothee Mields, soprano & The Gentleman’s BandFriday, January 31, 2020 at 8pmInspired by Song: Music of Dowland, Purcell, Geminiani, and others The “cover song” is not a recent invention—Baroque composers relished the opportunity to explore popular folk songs with their own flamboyant renditions. The results were overflowing with intense emotions, from joyous humor to passionate love and desperate sorrow. After making his American début at our June 2019 Festival, thrilling recorder virtuoso Stefan Temmingh makes a triumphant…

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First Impressions: Pop Music at the Turn of the 16th Century

February 2 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST
Saint George’s Episcopal Church, 915 N. Oakland St.
Arlington, VA 22203 United States
$30

Hear a concert of music drawn from the publications of the Venetian Ottaviano Pettrucci, renowned for introducing printed polyphonic music in the early 16th century.  Instrumental and vocal works by the popular Franco-Flemish masters, such as Josquin, Isaac, Obrecht, and their contemporaries.  Performed by Ensemble Gentil Galant: Debra Nagy (winds, harp, and voice); Mark Rimple (lute, gittern, viol, and voice); Sarah Cunningham (viol and voice).

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Pacific MusicWorks: A Duel in Dresden

February 5 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm UTC-8
Christ Our Hope at the Josephinum, 1902 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA 98101 United States
Free

In the early 18th century the Dresden court orchestra was considered the best in Europe, in no small part due to the leadership of Johann Georg Pisendel and Francesco Maria Veracini, rival violinists whose extravagant virtuosity was outdone by their colorful and larger-than-life personalities. Experience the fireworks – both on stage and behind-the-scenes – as we bring this extraordinary story to life in this extraordinary program featuring baroque violinist Tekla Cunningham, baroque cellist Caroline Nicolas, and harpsichordist Henry Lebedinsky.

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Bella Nova Strings

February 6 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm EST
CAROLINA MUSIC MUSEUM, 516 BUNCOMBE STREET
GREENVILLE, SC 29601 United States
$5 – $15

Bella Nova Strings Thursday, February 6 at 7:30 pm Get plugged in with Bella Nova Electric Strings! Enjoy an electric musical evening with the exciting stylings of Bela Nova strings, performing familiar and popular music enjoyed by all ages. Our artists, Jean Anderson on electric cello and Kristen Miller on electric violin are local to Greenville, SC and have entertained many groups in the area as sought after performers. Passionate strings players, the duo is on a mission to promote…

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Choir of St. Luke in the Fields – Music from the Court of Charles V

February 6 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm EST
The Church of Saint Luke in the Fields, 487 Hudson Street
New York, NY 10014 United States
$25 – $35

The remarkable Hapsburg dynasty, which at its peak ruled much of Europe and established the first truly global empire, is the inspiration for this program of music that would have been sung by the famed Capilla Flamenca during the reign of Charles V, in the first half of the 16th century.  The concert will feature the sublime Missa Caro mea by Clemens non Papa, based on a motet by Pierre de Manchicourt, and motets by Manchicourt, Gombert, Crequillon and Clemens non Papa.

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