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Restless Hexachords

St. Anne's in-the-Fields 147 Concord Rd, Lincoln

Arcadia Viols presents a thought-provoking tour of English, German and contemporary American music for viol consort and lute. The program opens with selections from John Dowland’s Lachrimae, or Seaven Teares, followed by the solo lute version of the first piece of the collection, the famous Flow my teares. The ensemble offers a wonderful fantasy on …

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$20 – $25

Restless Hexachords

The Chapel at West Parish 210 Lowell Street, Andover

Arcadia Viols presents a thought-provoking tour of English, German and contemporary American music for viol consort and lute. The program opens with selections from John Dowland’s Lachrimae, or Seaven Teares, followed by the solo lute version of the first piece of the collection, the famous Flow my teares. The ensemble offers a wonderful fantasy on …

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$20 – $25

Restless Hexachords

Emmanuel Church | Lindsey Chapel 15 Newbury Street, Boston, MA

Arcadia Viols presents a thought-provoking tour of English, German and contemporary American music for viol consort and lute. The program opens with selections from John Dowland’s Lachrimae, or Seaven Teares, followed by the solo lute version of the first piece of the collection, the famous Flow my teares. The ensemble offers a wonderful fantasy on …

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$20 – $25

Bach’s Coffee Cantata

Coupeville High School 501 South Main Street, Coupeville, WA

Whidbey Island Music Festival Presents- Bach’s Coffee Cantata: An afternoon at Café Zimmerman With a very special pre-concert show from Seattle Historical Arts for Kids from 2:15-2:45 Program Christoph Graupner’s Orchestra Suite in F, GWV 445 Georg Philip Telemann’s Concerto for 2 violins & viola in G major TWV 43:G5 Johann Sebastian Bach’s Cantata Schweigt …

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Bach’s Coffee Cantata

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

Whidbey Island Music Festival Presents- Bach’s Coffee Cantata: An afternoon at Café Zimmerman                                     Program Christoph Graupner’s Orchestra Suite in F, GWV 445 Georg Philip Telemann’s Concerto for 2 violins & viola in G major TWV 43:G5 Johann Sebastian …

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Bach at Noon

St. John's Lutheran Church 37 S. 5th Street, Allentown, PA

The Bach Choir of Bethlehem is thrilled to return to St. John's Lutheran Church in Allentown on July 12th! We welcome our new Artistic Director and Conductor Christopher Jackson at our July Bach at Noon as he leads a guest soloist and members of The Bach Festival Orchestra during his first concert with us.

Free

Music of Resilience and Rebirth in the Judeo-Baroque

St. Anne's in-the-Fields 147 Concord Rd, Lincoln

MIRYAM Baroque Ensemble joins Les Enfants d'Orphée for a celebration of Jewish baroque music in 17th century Europe, from the synagogues of Carpentras and Bordeaux to the cosmopolitan Portuguese Esnoga of Amsterdam, and from the Jewish Scuola of Mantua to the King’s Chapel in Paris. These communities united members of different Jewish traditions, including Sephardic, …

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$20 – $25

Music of Resilience and Rebirth in the Judeo-Baroque

The Chapel at West Parish 210 Lowell Street, Andover

MIRYAM Baroque Ensemble joins Les Enfants d'Orphée for a celebration of Jewish baroque music in 17th century Europe, from the synagogues of Carpentras and Bordeaux to the cosmopolitan Portuguese Esnoga of Amsterdam, and from the Jewish Scuola of Mantua to the King’s Chapel in Paris. These communities united members of different Jewish traditions, including Sephardic, …

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$20 – $25

Music of Resilience and Rebirth in the Judeo-Baroque

Emmanuel Church | Lindsey Chapel 15 Newbury Street, Boston, MA

MIRYAM Baroque Ensemble joins Les Enfants d'Orphée for a celebration of Jewish baroque music in 17th century Europe, from the synagogues of Carpentras and Bordeaux to the cosmopolitan Portuguese Esnoga of Amsterdam, and from the Jewish Scuola of Mantua to the King’s Chapel in Paris. These communities united members of different Jewish traditions, including Sephardic, …

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$20 – $25

Mostly Baroque: Baroque Concerti

St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 5692 North Kendall Drive, Coral Gables Fl, 33156

The Mostly Baroque Chamber Orchestra, led by concertmaster and conductor David O. Hartman will perform diverse concerti grossi and solo concerti in hybrid baroque style. Featured artists include Konstantin Litvinenko, cello performing the Georg Monn Cello Concerto in G minor, Peggy Hartman performing the Oboe D'Amore Concerto in A by Telemann and Greg Lane performing …

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$20.00

The EMA Member Concerts & Events Calendar is for time-sensitive events, such as in-person concerts, livestreaming performances or video premieres, and live online events such as webinars. Videos available on-demand (temporarily or permanently) should not be submitted as multi-day events. Please submit Early Music News & Press Releases about these or other activities.

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