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The Artistry of Tamara Friedman – Part of Queen Anne Concerts, under the auspices of Musique du Jour Presents!
Seattle’s mistress of the fortepiano, Tamara Friedman, ranges of the gamut of the rich repertoire for early pianos, from Guistini, Scarlatti, Haydn, and Mozart to Schubert, Schumann, and Chopin – and even a bit of Bartok! The other star of the concert will be Tamara's fine replica of an 1814 Johann Peter Fritz grand fortepiano (Christopher Clarke, France). “Exemplary musicianship and true flair!” (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)Find out more »
Corda Nova Baroque presents La Fête du Printemps: Music of the French Baroque. The program includes works by Couperin, Rameau, Hotteterre, Marais, and Boismortier. Corda Nova Baroque musicians include Gabriel Benton, harpsichord, JT Mitchell, baroque flute, and Amy Domingues, viola da gamba. $15 suggested donation.Find out more »
Wine and informal lecture at 6:15 p.m. Music for organ and harpsichord, highlighting Bach's take on the Italian style that gripped Europe in his day. Performed by Theodore S. (Ted) Davis on his own William Mitchell double harpsichord and St. Bartholomew's Casavant-Storey organ Program: Organ: Concerto (after Vivaldi), BWV 594 Harpsichord: “Italian” concerto, BWV 971 Organ: "Dorian" Toccata & Fugue, BWV 538 Contributions benefit Music at St. Bartholomew's events series and the parish outreach fund.Find out more »
RENAISSANCE JAM! New England Conservatory of Music Faculty Recital John Tyson - Recorders, Pipe & Tabor Renaissance Improvisation Gala featuring RENAISSONICS, Eden MacAdam-Somer - violin and viola, Cristi Catt - soprano and members of the NEC Contemporary Improvisation Department Monday, April 29, 2019 Brown Hall New England Conservatory 290 Huntington Avenue Boston, Massachusetts 8:00pm Admission Free! Information: www.necmusic.edu 617 585 1100 www.Renaissonics.com 617 460 4653 PROGRAM Polyphonic Improvisations on Renaissance Madrigals, Chansons, Grounds and Dances Works of: Fabrizio Caroso, Michael…Find out more »
Early Music Foundation Presents Chamber Music Triptych 2019 III. The Great 17th-Century Violin Virtuosi STYLUS FANTASTICUS Performed by Daniel Lee and friends Concertmaster of the Early Music New York Orchestra Tuesday, April 30, 7:30 PM First Church of Christ, Scientist Central Park West (at 68th street) Daniel S. Lee plays Italian, virtuoso violin repertoire by the extraordinary 17th-century violinists/composers Dario Castello, Giovanni Battista Fontana, Alessandro Stradella and other notables. Enjoying a varied career as soloist, leader, collaborator, and educator, Lee…Find out more »
Vespers in the Convent will present the music for a Vespers service as it would have been performed and heard in a northern Italian convent. Composers represented will include both cloistered nuns and male composers who dedicated their works to these wonderful women musicians, hidden behind the convent grates. Settings will range from antiphon chants, to small ensembles of 3-5 rehearsed in the morning, to large ensembles of SSAATTBB + BC rehearsed in the afternoon with all course participants.Find out more »
Discover rarely-heard chamber works by cutting-edge scientist-musicians along with Baroque music inspired by gazing at the sky. Astronomical imaginations!Find out more »
Mozart’s sublime final composition, left unfinished at the time of his death, is universally acknowledged as one of the most powerful and moving masterpieces ever composed. In the hands of Harry Christophers and the musicians of H+H, it will be an experience to remember. The Requiem has an otherworldly beauty intimating that—having already glimpsed the beyond—Mozart is on the threshold of eternity. Harry Christophers conducts this final concert of the season that also includes Mozart’s stately Masonic Funeral Music, a…Find out more »
Susan Platts, mezzo-soprano, and Ryan Townsend Strand, tenor, solo in J. S. Bach’s cantata “Bringet dem Herrn Ehre seines Namens,” BWV 148. The Bach Week Festival Chorus, members of Bella Voce, and the North Park University Chamber Singers will perform Bach motets BWV 228 and BWV 230. Recorder virtuoso Lisette Kielson is featured in Georg Philipp Telemann’s Suite in A minor for recorder and strings. Festival music director Richard Webster conducts and will also play Bach's Prelude and Fugue in…Find out more »
You may laugh, cry, cheer, or thumb your nose, but nothing is too gauche for this season’s grand finale! Join The Toronto Consort and Montreal’s master commedia dell’arte director, actor, and dancer, Marie-Nathalie Lacoursière, for an irreverent evening of madrigal comedy. Featuring works by 16th-century composers Orazio Vecchi and Adriano Banchieri, and a colourful array of singers, players, dancers, and actors, nothing is off-topic, and no one is safe during this old-school musical roast!Find out more »