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Apollo’s Fire in Chicago: The Windy City Residency

December 17, 2020 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm EST
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One event on December 17, 2020 at 7:30 pm

One event on April 22, 2021 at 7:30 pm

One event on April 23, 2021 at 7:30 pm

Watch at Home! GRAMMY®-winners Apollo’s Fire and Jeannette Sorrell launch new 3-Concert Miniseries in Evanston and Lincoln Park “At long last, Apollo’s Fire has descended on Chicago… This was as exciting as baroque music gets.” – Chicago Classical Review, 2016 After 4 years of successful concerts at Ravinia, University of Chicago, and Northwestern, Apollo’s Fire is thrilled to launch the Windy City Residency. Our goal is to help bring new audiences to the early music scene in Chicago, as we…

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The Magic of Handel

January 24 - February 26
H+H Online Stream, Boston, MA

Considered one of the greatest of the Baroque composers, Handel is celebrated in this concert with an impassioned performance featuring four of H+H’s principal musicians. H+H feels a deep connection with its eponymous composer, and today’s concert captures his romance and genius. You’re invited to feast your senses with this intimate view of our virtuosic artists as they weave the melodies. Performed on the instruments for which Handel composed, and delivered with H+H’s trademark verve, you’ll thrill to music as…

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Love Near, Love Far

February 10 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm PST
Free

Love Near, Love Far – a timely and timeless state of longing. Early Music Vancouver recently received an historic and beautifully maintained 1875 Broadwood piano that still possesses its original parts as a gift to the society from John and Patricia Lee. This instrument has been meticulously restored to sound exactly as it would have 150 years ago and is the perfect vehicle for these late 19th century songs by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Charles Gounod, Cécile Chaminade, and Hugo Wolf.…

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Heavenly Queens

February 11 @ 7:00 pm - August 1 @ 7:00 pm EST

It is rare to find works that feature five treble voices, and Gasparini’s Mass for Five Trebles is a wonderful addition to the literature. TENET Vocal Artists was inspired to explore it after the release of a new edition. Heavenly Queens celebrates music composed for convents in two halves: the first half features duets and trios by the prolific Italian nun Chiara Maria Cozzolani. The second half is dedicated to Francesco Gasparini’s mass. This mass is well-features all of the…

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Mary Springfels: Chasing the Good Lai—Machaut’s Lai de la fontaine

February 13 @ 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm PST
$25

The Lai de la Fonteinne is one of the very few long medieval pieces to become part of our modern repertoire. The Lai was composed some time around 1340 by the greatest composer of the century, Guillaume de Machaut (c1300-1377). It consists of 12 stanzas dedicated to the Virgin. Every other stanza is a canon, or chace, and these six pieces are marvels of intricacy and haunting beauty. As it happens, they are a perfect fit for the tenor viol.…

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AEM ONLINE – Real-Time Coaching and Gastoldi Duos with David Morris, viol

February 13 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EST
zoom,
$25

David Morris will spend the first part of the session offering coaching for those who, by pre-arrangement, want to try out a solo or small-ensemble work in front of a Zoom audience. If you’d like a coaching spot, please indicate your piece when you register.  All members of the ensemble must register for the class. For the second portion of the session, Mr. Morris will lead the class through a selection of Giovanni Giacomo Gastoldi’s bicinia from his Primo libro della…

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AEM ONLINE – Contemporary Recorder Music from Brazil: The Ensemble Compositions of Liduino Pitombeira with Rainer Beckmann

February 13 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm EST
zoom,
$25

Liduino Pitombeira (pitombeira.com) is one of Brazil's current leading composers. His extensive catalogue includes compositions for a wide array of instrument combinations, including several with recorder or for recorders only. This class will focus on Pitombeira's works for recorder quartet and quintet composed between 1991 and 2008. Ample play-along opportunities will be provided together with information on some of Brazil's vast musical traditions and practices related to the compositions. The class caters to players interested in a challenge, especially regarding…

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Baking Class with Tekla Cunningham: Sacher Torte

February 13 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm EST

Presented for free as part of The Well-Tempered Musician wellness series. The Sacher torte is a wonderfully elegant Viennese chocolate cake. This cake inspired a 9 year legal battle between the Hotel Sacher and Demel about whose recipe can be called the “Original”. While both Sacher and Demel’s recipes are closely guarded secrets, Tekla Cunningham has tested various recipes from her collection of Austrian cookbooks and will share with you a proven recipe that is definitely delicious! Tekla will walk…

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French Songs II: The Next Generation

February 13 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm EST
$10 – $50

Johannes Ockeghem, Antoine Busnoys & the Leuven Chansonnier. Live pre-concert talk with Fabrice Fitch at 6:30 PM.

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Unaccompanied Cello Repertoire: Origins through J. S. Bach by Daniel Ryan

February 13 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm EST
$10 – $25

This presentation/performance explores the origins and early development of the cello. Unlike the violin and viola, the size of the cello was not standardized until the 1680's, much later that its smaller string counterparts. Throughout the Baroque era, there continued to be great variety in how the instrument was made and played, including the number of strings, their tuning, and how the cello and bow were held. The variety in structure of and approaches to the instrument is reflected in the fascinating early repertoire written for it.…

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