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$25.00

Charleston Bach Festival Opening Concert

March 1 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
First (Scots) Presbyterian Church,
53 Meeting Street, Charleston, , SC 29401 United States
Handel, Corelli and Bach Concertos The Charleston Baroque Orchestra under the direction of  Ricard Bordas will open the 2018 Bach Festival with a selection of Baroque concertos Find out more »
$25.00

Charleston Bach Festival Organ Recital

March 2 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
St. Michael’s Church,
71 Broad Street, Charleston, SC 29401 United States
Christopher Jacobson, organist  of Duke University Chapel, concert Find out more »
5-45

Voices of Music: Leonardo da Vinci: A Musical Odyssey

March 2 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
All Saints Episcopal Church,
555 Waverley Street, Palo Alto, CA 94301 United States
Voices of Music presents “Leonardo da Vinci: A Musical Odyssey,” which explores the music that Leonardo da Vinci would have heard in the cities in which he lived. There is no surviving music that Leonardo da Vinci played or composed, but through the writing of Giorgio Vasari and contemporaneous accounts we know that Leonardo was an acclaimed virtuoso on the lira da braccio, a type of bowed string instrument, and that he loved to accompany himself as he sang improvised… Find out more »

Kansas State University Recorder Workshop

March 3 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
McCain Auditorium, Kansas State University,
1201 Goldstein Circle, Manhattan, KS 66503 United States
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The Music program at Kansas State University will hold the inaugural K-State Recorder Workshop for student and professional music educators, recorder players and enthusiasts, early music fans, and more on March 3, 2018 during Early Music Month and Play the Recorder Month! The Recorder Workshop is open to anyone 13 years or older. Previous recorder experience is beneficial, but not required. Participants must provide their own instrument. The focus of this year’s workshop will be achieving proper tone production, breath… Find out more »
$25.00

Charleston Bach Festival St. John Passion

March 3 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
First (Scots) Presbyterian Church,
53 Meeting Street at Tradd Street (south of Broad), Charleston, SC 29401 United States
St. John Passion Ricard Bordas conductor;  Charleston Baroque Voices and soloists;  Charleston Baroque Orchestra Find out more »
$40

HAYDN IN ESTERHÁZY | Genial Kapellmeister

March 3 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
First Church of Christ, Scientist (NYC),
Central Park West at 68th St., Manhattan, NY United States
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Early Music Foundation Presents   Early Music New York Frederick Renz, Director   HAYDN IN ESTERHÁZY Genial Kapellmeister   Maestro Renz devotes an entire evening to a single composer: the beloved and endlessly inventive “Papa” Haydn. With his unique combination of genius and geniality, Haydn developed some of the freshest, most original classical symphonies of his time, from the stormy to the sublime, while in service at the remote Esterházy estate in Hungary.   Saturday, March 3 at 7:30 pm… Find out more »
5-45

Voices of Music: Leonardo da Vinci: A Musical Odyssey

March 3 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church,
1111 O’Farrell Street, San Francisco, CA 94109 United States
Voices of Music presents “Leonardo da Vinci: A Musical Odyssey,” which explores the music that Leonardo da Vinci would have heard in the cities in which he lived. There is no surviving music that Leonardo da Vinci played or composed, but through the writing of Giorgio Vasari and contemporaneous accounts we know that Leonardo was an acclaimed virtuoso on the lira da braccio, a type of bowed string instrument, and that he loved to accompany himself as he sang improvised… Find out more »
$30

Passion and Lamentation: Music for Holy Week

March 3 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
The Church of St Ignatius of Antioch,
552 West End Ave (enter on W.87th St.), New York, NY 10024 United States
Pre-Concert Lecture, 7 pm Music by Gesualdo, Tallis, Taverner, Morales and more Each year, the Christian faithful undertake an emotional liturgical journey from the triumphal entry into Jerusalem, through the Last Supper, the Crucifixion, to the moment just before the Resurrection. Music from the liturgies of Holy Week reflects the full range of emotions inspired by the most highly charged week of the Church Year. The music chosen for this concert, whether from formal liturgies or for private home devotion,… Find out more »
5-45

Voices of Music: Leonardo da Vinci: A Musical Odyssey

March 4 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
St. Mary Magdalen,
2005 Berryman Street, Berkeley, CA 94709 United States
Voices of Music presents “Leonardo da Vinci: A Musical Odyssey,” which explores the music that Leonardo da Vinci would have heard in the cities in which he lived. There is no surviving music that Leonardo da Vinci played or composed, but through the writing of Giorgio Vasari and contemporaneous accounts we know that Leonardo was an acclaimed virtuoso on the lira da braccio, a type of bowed string instrument, and that he loved to accompany himself as he sang improvised… Find out more »
$35

Music Before 1800: LeStrange Viols

March 8 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
The Kosciuszko Foundation,
15 East 65th Street, New York, NY 10065 United States
Hold Fast: Music of the Elizabethan Avant-Garde Tye’s In Nomine, Crye; The Song Called Trumpets by Parsons; Browning, My Dear by Woodcock; and many other esoteric four- through six-part Elizabethan pieces befit and define the acclaimed consort’s name: LeStrange Viols. The music is from the manuscript A booke of In nomines & other solfainge songes that contains many inventive musical experiments of the era. Find out more »
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