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Happy Hour Chamber Concerts – Ann Marie Morgan and Harumi Rhodes

Epiphany Lutheran Church (Denver) 790 S. Corona, Denver, CO

"Interlude" with Ann Marie Morgan and Harumi Rhodes We begin our eleventh season with an opportunity to hear a concert we needed to postpone during the pandemic. Ann Marie Morgan and Harumi Rhodes offer us this wonder treat, sandwiching Renaissance two-part imitative pieces and dances between music of J.S. Bach – both from the two-part …

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$10 – $22

the Sebastians present Bach: Concerti

Good Shepherd-Faith Presbyterian Church 152 West 66th St., New York, NY

Our season premiere concert is a celebration of the concerto—flashy, funky, and fun. Come hear a large assortment of soloists shine in this dazzling program featuring two Brandenburg concerti by our namesake, J.S. Bach, and quirky concerti by by Pisendel and W.F. Bach.   Program Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750) Brandenburg Concerti 2 and 4 and …

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$20 – $50

Voz, Viol y Vihuela: Concierto de Música del Renacimiento Español–Fantasies, Songs & Dances from 16th-century Spain

St. Peter's Episcopal Church 838 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge

Early Music Missouri opens its 2022 - 2023 season with a concert of early-16th-century Iberian song and dances. Soprano Victoria Botero will perform villancicos and romances from Spanish manuscript collections and vihuela books collected or published in the late 15th and early 16th centuries. Victoria will be joined by Stephanie Hunt playing viola da gamba and Jeffrey …

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$10 – $20

Female Torchbearers of the Baroque

Barbara Strozzi, Isabella Leonarda, Francesca Caccini, Antonia Bembo, and Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre were among a number of outstanding female Baroque composers who lit the music world alight with their own compositions and performances. This program highlights some fantastic, yet neglected music by these women, who deservedly achieved a popular following usually reserved for …

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$25

Borrow – Transform – Create: Music by Handel, Karosi and more

Saint George's Episcopal Church 915 N. Oakland St., Arlington, VA

A Benefit concert celebrating ten years of partnership between Capitol Early Music and Music at Saint George's. Renowned organist and noted improviser Bálint Karosi and virtuoso recorder and traverso player Héloïse Degrugillier join forces in a concert that highlights the ingenuity animating both the composition and performance of early music. The performance features Saint George's …

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$50

Washington Bach Consort | World Premiere of “A New Song”

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

To begin our 45th season, we unveil a world premiere from critically acclaimed composer, Trevor Weston. A New Song, finds our period instruments and voices on a fresh canvas of creation, bringing together and transforming perspectives of musical past, present, and future. Winner of the Arts and Letters Award in Music, and a Goddard Lieberson Fellowship …

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$25 – $79

Early Music Missouri presents “Voz, Viol y Vihuela–Songs, Dances & Fantasies from 16th-century Spain

East Central College 1964 Prairie Dell Road, Union, MO

Early Music Missouri  presents a concert of early-16th-century Iberian song and dances. Soprano Victoria Botero will perform villancicos and romances from Spanish manuscript collections and vihuela books collected or published in the late 15th and early 16th centuries. Victoria will be joined by Stephanie Hunt playing viola da gamba and Jeffrey Noonan playing vihuela and Renaissance …

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Free

Happy Hour Chamber Concerts – British Isles

Epiphany Lutheran Church (Denver) 790 S. Corona, Denver, CO

SEVERAL FRIENDS - Linda Lunbeck, Elena Mathys, and Sarah Biber “Fairest Isle” - Gems from Baroque England FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 6:00 PM MDT Several Friends – Sarah Biber, Linda Lunbeck, and Elena Mathys – perform Henry Purcell’s famous aria, “Fairest Isle,” written for the semi-opera King Arthur, which recounts the battles between the Britons and …

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$10 – $22

Hail, Bright Cecilia!

The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts 800 Bagby St, Houston, TX

The patron saint of the “celestial art” of music, the legendary Cecilia has inspired countless poets, composers, and musical organizations over the years. Our harmonious season opener spotlights two splendid Cecilian odes by Henry Purcell for multiple voices and a colorful Baroque orchestra of period strings, winds, keyboards, lutes, and percussion. Featuring: Alexandra Gorman, soprano …

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Music for the Last Raj: Baroque and Karnatic Music at the Court of Tanjore

St. Mark's Capitol Hill 301 A St SE, Washington, DC

Serfoji II, King of Tanjore from 1798-1832, was a uniquely enthusiastic patron and supporter of the arts and sciences. During his reign, classical South Indian Karnatic music flourished and his court featured regular performances of music brought to India by British colonists, including scores by Handel and Corelli. A lover of both traditions, Serfoji experimented …

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$45

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