Event Series Forces of Nature

Forces of Nature

Tenri Cultural Institute 43A West 13th Street, New York, NY, United States

Exploring Stories of Iconic Women Guest director, curator, composer Shira Kammen joins TENET Vocal Artists to guide us in telling a collection of stories about iconic women through medieval music. […]

Event Series Dinner with Handel

Dinner with Handel

first baptist church 1110 SW Taylor St, Portland, OR, United States +1 more

The US premiere of a newly-revised opera pasticcio by Stephen Pettitt (librettist) and Julian Perkins (musical arrangements and recitatives). A reimagined delicacy that dares to ask, ‘‘What would dinner with […]

$36 – $71

The Unrecorded Odyssey: Voices from the Archives

St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, San Francisco 3281 16th St, San Francisco, CA

Tactus SF presents "The Unrecorded Odyssey: Voices from the Archives," showcasing rare and predominantly unrecorded Renaissance music. These pieces provide a rare glimpse into the rich and varied archives of […]


Songs of Love

St Bartholomew's Episcopal Church ​396 Gilman Road, Yarmouth, ME, United States

Songs of Love: A Baroque Chamber Music Concert in Celebration of Valentine's Day Free and open to the public, but donations will be taken in support of the Church Music […]


Music Before 1800 presents: The Marian Consort

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

Rory McCleery Artistic Director In his own time an important music theorist, Lusitano’s reputation and music have both been neglected in ours. As so often with musical figures of the […]

Cupid & Death: An English Masque

Blackfriars Playhouse 10 S. Market St., Staunton, VA, United States

What happens when Cupid and Death accidentally exchange arrows? In the 1653 English masque Cupid & Death, librettist James Shirley takes a comedic approach to this twisted plot, with Cupid unwittingly […]

$10 – $25

Les Arts Florissants

The Morgan Library and Museum, Gilder Lehrman Hall 225 Madison Avenue, New York City, NY, United States

Monteverdi and Carissimi The celebrated Baroque music ensemble Les Arts Florissants perform vocal works by Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643) and Giacomo Carissimi (1605-1674), featuring Carissimi’s oratorio Historia di Jephte. Soloists include: Paul […]

$50 – $60

The Italian Connection: the Theater of Stylus Fantasticus

first baptist church 1110 SW Taylor St, Portland, OR, United States

In the same way that chiaroscuro paintings evoke strong emotions through bold contrasts, so too does music’s Stylus fantasticus through frequent juxtapositions of free fantasy with measured counterpoint. Emanating from […]

$36 – $71

Pavana: A Medieval Valentine (Love, Lutes & Luthiery)

WNED Buffalo Toronto Public Radio Buffalo, NY, United States

Buffalo Toronto Public Media presents A Medieval Valentine with Suzanne Fatta and Daniel Yost Bring your sweetie to an evening of Love, Lutes & Luthiery with Pavana Early Music Trio […]



First Church of Christ, Scientist Victoria 1205 Pandora Avenue, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

L’Eterno Ritorno Brilliant Canadian soprano, Myriam Leblanc is featured in a program devoted to that most captivating and tuneful Baroque musical form: the chaconne. Built on ostinato basses, grounds, chaconnes […]

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