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Music of Resilience and Rebirth in the Judeo-Baroque

The Chapel at West Parish 210 Lowell Street, Andover, 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

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

Motomi Igarashi & Lisa Terry @ Opus 40

Opus 40 356 George Sickle Rd, Saugerties, NY

Motomi and Lisa will play Baroque duets for bass viol by Marin Marais, Francois Couperin, and Johannes Schenck. An outdoor concert at the amazing Opus 40 sculpture park near Woodstock, NY. Gates open @ 2pm Music starts @ 3pm ================= Motomi Igarashi, a native of Japan, studied in the US and in France. Since then, …

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$12.00

The Lonesome Touch: Solo Bach and the Music of East Clare

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

"The lonesome touch" is a common moniker for the East Clare Irish music tradition, which is considered the oldest surviving regional folk music style in Ireland. Characterized by slower tempi, prevalence of minor keys and modes, and sparse ornamentation, this music has been passed down aurally for hundreds of years. This program for solo violin …

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$20 – $25

The Lonesome Touch: Solo Bach and the Music of East Clare

The Chapel at West Parish 210 Lowell Street, Andover, MA

"The lonesome touch" is a common moniker for the East Clare Irish music tradition, which is considered the oldest surviving regional folk music style in Ireland. Characterized by slower tempi, prevalence of minor keys and modes, and sparse ornamentation, this music has been passed down aurally for hundreds of years. This program for solo violin …

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$20 – $25

The Lonesome Touch: Solo Bach and the Music of East Clare

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

"The lonesome touch" is a common moniker for the East Clare Irish music tradition, which is considered the oldest surviving regional folk music style in Ireland. Characterized by slower tempi, prevalence of minor keys and modes, and sparse ornamentation, this music has been passed down aurally for hundreds of years. This program for solo violin …

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$20 – $25

Tiny Bach Concerts Episode 16

Tiny Bach Concerts Episode 16: J.C.F. Bach, Cello Sonata in A Major, BR B1 WfX:3   This episode of Tiny Bach Concerts features Brian Hodges' performance of Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach’s Sonata in A Major for violoncello piccolo and basso continuo, assisted by Kevin McTeague, lecture by Rebekah Franklin.   Transcript, Text, and Translation: http://americanbachsociety.org/videos …

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Heroines: Women of Power and Influence

Cultus Bay Gardens 7568 Cultus Bay Rd, Clinton, WA

Whidbey Island Music Festival Presents- Heroines: Women of Power and Influence Tales of courage, love and loss by Monteverdi, Pallavicini, Haydn, Merula and more! Pacific MusicWorks Danielle Reutter-Harrah, soprano Tekla Cunningham, baroque violin Maxine Eilander, baroque harp Stephen Stubbs, baroque guitar and lute Henry Lebedinsky, keyboards Tickets

The Second Indianapolis International Baroque Competition

Glick Indiana History Center 450, Indianapolis

Delayed by the pandemic, the second Indianapolis International Baroque Competition will be featured as this year’s final Indianapolis Early Music Festival concert. A Collaboration of Indianapolis Early Music and Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra, the competition is held every four years for musicians younger than 32 years of age who play solo string, wind, or harpsichord. The …

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$20

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