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January 2020

Pacific MusicWorks: The Making of Mr. Handel

January 14 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm PST
Capitol Cider, 818 E Pike St
Seattle, WA 98122 United States
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$15 – $30

Acclaimed countertenor Reginald L. Mobley and the Underground House Band invite you to discover the music behind the master, from his early years in Germany to the Italians who shaped his cosmopolitan style to the colleagues from which he famously borrowed. Music by Zachow, Keiser, Steffani, and Corelli as well as early works by Handel himself make for an extraordinary and unforgettable program.

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Sequentia with Benjamin Bagby, director: Charms, Riddles, and Elegies of the Medieval Northlands

January 14 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm EST
PNC Theatre at Point Park University’s Pittsburgh Playhouse, 350 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States
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$10 – $35

For this intense new program, legendary vocalist and harper Benjamin Bagby will be joined by his Sequentia colleagues Norbert Rodenkirchen, Hanna Marti and Stef Conner for a program of riddles, charms, and elegies of their medieval ancestors, the Anglo-Saxons and the Germanic tribes of the European Northlands. The featured instruments will include 6-string Germanic harps, triangular harps, wooden flutes and a swan-bone flute.

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Repast Baroque Ensemble: Modern Times: The Birth of Public Music

January 15 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm EST
McKinney Chapel, First Unitarian Brooklyn, 116 Pierrepont St.
Brooklyn, NY 11238 United States
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$30

Baroque London was a hotbed of entrepreneurial energy, full of foreign musicians attempting to increase their renown as virtuosi and to create opportunities for themselves, often with efforts that parallel those of modern-day musicians in New York. Join us for a program that spans this creative spirit from the early Baroque through the beginnings of the Enlightenment.

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Repast Baroque Ensemble: Modern Times: The Birth of Public Music

January 16 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm EST
Manhattan Country School, 150 West 85th St.
New York, NY 10024 United States
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$30

Baroque London was a hotbed of entrepreneurial energy, full of foreign musicians attempting to increase their renown as virtuosi and to create opportunities for themselves, often with efforts that parallel those of modern-day musicians in New York. Join us for a program that spans this creative spirit from the early Baroque through the beginnings of the Enlightenment.

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Reginald Mobley and Agave Baroque: American Originals

January 19 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm MST
Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church (Tucson), 2331 Adams St.
Tucson, AZ 85719 United States
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$25

We embark on a musical voyage to the Americas featuring star countertenor Reginald Mobley and West Coast string ensemble Agave Baroque.  The ensemble has recorded two albums with Mobley, including the 2018 release Peace in Our Time.  The program, American Originals, features primarily baroque composers born in the Americas.   This concert is presented with the generous support of the Tucson Desert Song Festival.

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Music Before 1800: Sequentia

January 19 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm EST
Corpus Christi Church (NYC), 529 West 121st Street
New York, 10027 United States
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Sequentia presents "Charms, Riddles and Elegies of the Medieval Northlands, 8th-11th Centuries" – Once again Sequentia awakens long-silent, ancient voices. The Old English Beowulf epic, the Icelandic Edda, and poems from the 10th-century Exeter Book give us a glimpse into a time far from ours yet near in spirit—a world of singing poets, warriors, seers, and philosophers. Under Bagby’s direction, the musicians sing and play harps and flutes for this witty and pungent program of chants, songs, and spoken riddles. “Sequentia’s powerful rhetoric made the…

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THE PHOEBUS ENSEMBLE-“GONE WITH THE WINDS”

January 23 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST
CAROLINA MUSIC MUSEUM, 516 BUNCOMBE STREET
GREENVILLE, SC 29601 United States
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$15

Thursday, January 23 at 7:00 pm Come be swept away by the fiery, romantic music created by the Phoebus Ensemble on woodwinds & keyboard. Virtuoso vigor will be demonstrated by soloists of national and international acclaim in our intimate gallery venue. Katherine Needleman is the Principal Oboe of the Baltimore Symphony & is one of the most sought-after oboists in the world. She will be making a special appearance because of our personal connection. Igor Begelman is a clarinetist of virtuosity…

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Columbia Baroque Concert: “La Belle Danse”

January 24 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm EST
USC School of Music Recital Hall, 813 Assembly Street
Columbia, 29201 United States
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$15 – $20

Paige Whitley-Bauguess, returns to Columbia Baroque to bring a “window on the past,” as she presents a program of enchanting interpretive dances with music by Lully, Schmelzer, and Telemann. To complement Paige’s elegant dances, Brittnee Siemon will be featured as soloist in selections from Lully’s opera, Armide, and she will perform a glorious Telemann sacred cantata. Performers for the concert are Paige Whitley-Bauguess, baroque dancer; Brittnee Siemon, mezzo-soprano; Jean Hein, baroque recorder; Mary Hostetler Hoyt, baroque violin; Erika Cutler, baroque…

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Sweet Friendship: Courtly Songs & Dances from 15th century France and Italy

January 24 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm EST
Tognino Hall – Butler Commons, Fordham University Rose Hill Campus, 441 E Fordham Rd
Bronx, 10458 United States
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Free

Alkemie celebrates six years of friendship with our most diverse program yet: dancing with choreographies old and new, rarely heard songs from the Loire Valley Chansonniers, and new tunes by band member Niccolo Seligmann. ​

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Sweet Friendship: Courtly Songs & Dances from 15th century France and Italy

January 25 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm EST
Pope Auditorium – Lowenstein Building, Fordham University - Lincoln Center (113 W 60th St)
New York, NY 10023 United States
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Free

Alkemie celebrates six years of friendship with our most diverse program yet: dancing with choreographies old and new, rarely heard songs from the Loire Valley Chansonniers, and new tunes by band member Niccolo Seligmann.

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