Artist Recital: Cello Duets with Lisa Terry & Eve Miller

Virtual Events Virtual Events

The violoncello was practically unknown in France at the turn of the 18th century. Lisa and Eve offer a delightful survey of duets by player-composers from Couperin to Offenbach, featuring works by players who themselves had moved from playing bass violin to the new cello, and from using an underhand bow grip to overhand. Works include …

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$25.00

Alexander Weimann Inaugurates EMV’s Graf Piano with Mozart, Haydn & Beethoven

Christ Church Cathedral 690 Burrard St., Vancouver, BC
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  EMV highlights Alexander Weimann, one of the most sought-after ensemble directors, soloists, keyboardists and chamber music partners of his generation, as he inaugurates the newest acquisition of our instrument collection: a fortepiano modelled on an 1819 instrument by Conrad Graf (1782-1851), built by the world-famous Paul McNulty. Graf did much of his most important …

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$45

Midtown Concerts presents Musica Magnorum

The Church of the Transfiguration 1 E 29th St, New York, NY

October 21, 2021 ~ Musica Magnorum Resonance: Double Reed Music from the Holy Roman Empire Explore enigmatic and ornate double reed music by composers of the Dresden court, the wellspring of many great 18th-century German masterworks. Handel makes an appearance, too. Gaia Saetermoe-Howard ~ oboe Andrew Blanke ~ oboe Aaron Goler ~ bassoon Kevin Devine …

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Free

AfroBaroque Music & Latin America

Church of the Covenant 67 Newbury Street, Boston, MA

Friday, October 22 at 7PM Church of the Covenant 67 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116-3010   In celebration of Hispanic Heritage, we will illustrate the intersection of early European music with the aural African and Amerindian traditions and the resulting link with current Latin-American genres, the African diaspora in Latin America and its lasting musical …

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$5 – $35

Women of Antiquity

Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill 8855 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA

Heroines and villainesses from Agrippina to Xanthippe in scenes by George Frideric Handel, Henry Purcell, and the Viennese master, Georg Reutter. Plus Georg Philipp Telemann’s “Women of Antiquity” suite. Mezzo-soprano Meg Bragle joins the Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra and the otherworldly accompaniment of the baroque hammered dulcimer.

Free – $39.00

The Baltimore Consort at Lincoln Friends of Chamber Music

Lied Center for Performing Arts - Carson Theater 301 N. 12th St., Lincoln, NE
Virtual Events Hybrid Events

The Baltimore Consort will be performing In Angel's Wede: Music for Mary Queen of Scots, featuring local actor Michael Trutna as narrator. This will be an in-person concert, with a live stream available everywhere for those who cannot attend. https://baltimoreconsort.com/

The Paris Quartet—The Great Trios and Beyond

First Presbyterian Church, Palo Alto 1140 Cowper Street at Lincoln, Palo Alto, CA

In our inaugural concerts returning to live performance, follow The Paris Quartet—an ensemble of Bay Area luminaries with reputations far beyond—as they demonstrate the blossoming of the trio into the quartet, with one or two voices multiplying into four separate and distinct lines, with each instrument having its own unique part to play. The concert …

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$20 – $55

Robert Fayrfax @ 500

St Ignatius of Antioch 552 West End Ave, New York, NY

TENET Vocal Artists is keeping the music flowing in 2021-22 by honoring the 500th death anniversary of English composer Robert Fayrfax. An early renaissance Tudor composer, Fayrfax was one of the most prominent and influential of his generation. The centerpiece of the program is Fayrfax’s Missa Tecum Principium, based on the chant "In the day …

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$30 – $75

The Paris Quartet—The Great Trios and Beyond

First Congregational Church of Berkeley 2345 Channing Way (entrance on Dana), Berkeley, CA

In our inaugural concerts returning to live performance, follow The Paris Quartet—an ensemble of Bay Area luminaries with reputations far beyond—as they demonstrate the blossoming of the trio into the quartet, with one or two voices multiplying into four separate and distinct lines, with each instrument having its own unique part to play. The concert …

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$20 – $55

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