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East Central College presents Early Music Missouri’s “Un tas de cordes: Chamber Music from the French Court”

East Central College 1964 Prairie Dell Road, Union, MO, United States

East Central College presents an afternoon recital by Early Music Missouri on September 29 in the College's Performing Arts Center. This program of French Baroque Chamber Music features the violin/theorbo duo Musicke’s Cordes joined by gambist Sarah Biber.  The concert includes French sonatas, dances and character pieces and features composers Marin Marais, Antoine Forqueray, Jean-Féry …

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Free

Bach and the Dance

Moody Performance Hall (Dallas) 2520 Flora St, Dallas, TX, United States

Is Bach meant to be danced?” Catherine Turocy brings her solo dancers from the New York Baroque Dance Company to join the Dallas Bach solo instrumentalists for “Bach and the Dance” for an intimate evening in the delightful space of the Moody Performance Hall which has become so popular. We are happy to be featuring …

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FIDDLING WITH STEF & SARAH

Clatter Café 15 S Broadway, Frostburg, MD

FIDDLING WITH STEF AND SARAH will feature Stephanie Noori & Sarah Lynn in early-music-inspired Texas & Scottish fiddling. They will be accompanied by Mountainside Artistic Directors Ryan Mullaney and Lyle Nordstrom. There is limited seating; reservations are recommended.

$25

Early Music Missouri presents “Un tas de cordes: Chamber Music from the French Court”

St. Peter's Episcopal Church, St. Louis 110 North Warson Road, St. Louis, United States

Early Music Missouri opens its 2023-2024 Main Stage Series with a program of French Chamber Music. The violin/theorbo duo Musicke's Cordes is joined by gambist Sarah Biber for French sonatas, dances and character pieces. Featured composers include Marin Marais, Antoine Forqueray, Jean-Féry Rebel and Georg Muffat. Music on the program includes Morel's "Chaconne en trio," …

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$20

THE THISTLE AND ROSE

Cumberland Masonic Temple 15 Greene St., Cumberland, MD

Both Scotland and England were blessed with a plethora of folk tunes that found their way into compositions that expressed in a variety of moods. Among them were the Scottish composer James Oswald who collected and printed 12 volumes of Scottish tunes, but new trios dedicated to the 4 seasons.  The Scots imitated the English variation …

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$25

Music Before 1800 presents: Juilliard 415

Corpus Christi Church (NYC) 529 West 121st Street, New York, United States

Robert Mealy Director and Violin The virtuoso students of Juilliard’s Historical Performance program return to MB1800 to celebrate the orchestral imagination of the operatic revolutionary Jean-Philippe Rameau. Drawn from his operas Castor et Pollux (Paris, 1737) and Dardanus (1739), this sumptuous program highlights Rameau’s breathtaking sonorities, his propulsive and kinetic dance movements, and his heartbreaking …

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Bach’s St. John Passion

National Presbyterian Church 4101 Nebraska Ave, NW, Washington, DC, United States

Few works evoke the dramatic intensity and impact of Bach’s Johannes-Passion, highlighting the extremes of human emotion and experience. Bach reveals his profound spirituality through powerful musical depictions of the passion drama, offering the listener some of the greatest moments to be found in his entire output. Bach brings the themes of betrayal, sacrifice, and redemption …

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$25 – $79

William Byrd 400th Anniversary: The Complete Keyboard Fantasias

Ivan Wilson Fine Arts Center Recital Hall, Western Kentucky University 1906 College Heights Blvd., Bowling Green, KY, United States

Nathaniel Brown performs the complete keyboard fantasias of William Byrd on harpsichord in honor of the 400th anniversary of the composer's death (1623-2023). The recital will take place in the Ivan Wilson Fine Arts Center Recital Hall at Western Kentucky University. Free admission and open to the public.

Free
Event Series Chatham Baroque: Art of the Trio

Chatham Baroque: Art of the Trio

Friday, October 6 • 7:30pm St. Nicholas Millvale Saturday October 7 • 7:30pm Sunday, October 8 • 2:30pm Hicks Memorial Chapel, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary For their annual Art of the Trio concert, Chatham Baroque’s Andrew Fouts (violin), Patricia Halverson (viola da gamba), and Scott Pauley (theorbo) remind you that “all music was once new music.” The trio explores the idea …

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$20 – $45

A NEW WONDER: The Leading Ladies of Baroque Dance and Music

Grisham Hall at St. Anne's Belfield Greenway Rise Campus 2132 Ivy Road, Charlottesville, VA, United States

Baroque dancer and choreographer Julia Bengtsson brings four “leading ladies” of the baroque era to life, recreating historical choreographies once danced by French ballerina Marie-Thérèse de Subligny and noted English dancer and actress Hester Santlow, and creating new choreographies for the music of Élisabeth Jacquet de La Guerre. The centerpiece of the program is Bengtsson’s choreography to …

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$10 – $25

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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