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SFEMS presents Calextone: Januario—Music for the New Year

First Congregational Church of Berkeley 2345 Channing Way (entrance on Dana), Berkeley, CA

It’s never too soon to ring in the new year! The merry revelers of Calextone present works by Guillaume Dufay, Antoine Busnois, Jacob Obrecht, Baude Cordier, and also from the original Carmina Burana as we party like it’s 1423.

$20 – $55

Lully’s Idylle sur la Paix & Charpentier’s Le Fête de Rueil

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

Lully's Idylle sur la Paix & Charpentier's Le Fête de Rueil Paul O’Dette & Stephen Stubbs, Musical Directors Gilbert Blin, Stage Director Boston Early Music Festival  Since 1980, the Boston Early Music Festival has been at the forefront for excellence in the field of Early Music throughout North America. BEMF began co-presenting concerts and opera productions at the Morgan in …

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$55 – $65

HANDEL’s Messiah (GBH’s Calderwood Studio)

Calderwood Studio at GBH 1 Guest Street, Boston, MA

Sparkling. Jubilant. Festive. Join Boston Baroque for its annual Messiah performance, featuring soloists Heidi Stober, Ann McMahon Quintero, Thomas Cooley, and Sidney Outlaw, in his Boston Baroque debut. Martin Pearlman’s GRAMMY®-nominated interpretation of Handel’s beloved oratorio shines, telling a timeless story of redemption. 2h 55m (with intermission) The Program HANDEL Messiah Heidi Stober, soprano Ann …

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$50 – $175

Ronn McFarlane and Carolyn Surrick at 28 Chairs

28 Chairs Asheville House Concert 400 Sunrise Summit, Asheville, NC

Lute and Viola Da Gamba Duo Performing music from their Christmas album, A Star in the East https://ronnmcfarlane.com/

Early Music Missouri presents “San Marco’s Virtuosi: Sacred Music by Claudio Monteverdi”

St. Peter's Episcopal Church, St. Louis 110 North Warson Road, St. Louis

Early Music Missouri kicks off the holiday music season with a program of Sacred Choral Music by Claudio Monteverdi. An ensemble of eight singers supported by strings and continuo will perform selections from Monteverdi’s 1641 Selve morales e spirituale , a collection of choral music that includes a four-part mass as well as virtuosic concertato works …

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$10 – $20

HANDEL’s Messiah (NEC’s Jordan Hall)

Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory 30 Gainsborough St., Boston

Sparkling. Jubilant. Festive. Join Boston Baroque for its annual Messiah performance, featuring soloists Heidi Stober, Ann McMahon Quintero, Thomas Cooley, and Sidney Outlaw, in his Boston Baroque debut. Martin Pearlman’s GRAMMY®-nominated interpretation of Handel’s beloved oratorio shines, telling a timeless story of redemption. 2h 55m (with intermission) The Program HANDEL Messiah Heidi Stober, soprano Ann …

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$50 – $175

Lully’s Idylle sur la Paix & Charpentier’s Le Fête de Rueil

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

Lully's Idylle sur la Paix & Charpentier's Le Fête de Rueil Paul O’Dette & Stephen Stubbs, Musical Directors Gilbert Blin, Stage Director Boston Early Music Festival  Since 1980, the Boston Early Music Festival has been at the forefront for excellence in the field of Early Music throughout North America. BEMF began co-presenting concerts and opera productions at the Morgan in …

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$55 – $65

All the Long Echoes: A Score of Solstice Celebrations

St. John's Episcopal Church - Beverly Farms 705 Hale St., Beverly Farms, MA

December marks the 20th year of our beloved winter solstice concerts. This holiday program features seasonal music of 16-18th century Europe and the British Isles performed with period instruments and dialect. You'll hear a pleasing variety of carols, festive wassailing songs, Sephardic tunes, rousing Irish reels, and a hearty helping of STS originals. Jollity guaranteed …

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FREE; donations gratefully accepted

SFEMS presents Calextone: Januario—Music for the New Year

St. Mark's Lutheran Church (SF) 1111 O'Farrell Street, San Francisco, CA

It’s never too soon to ring in the new year! The merry revelers of Calextone present works by Guillaume Dufay, Antoine Busnois, Jacob Obrecht, Baude Cordier, and also from the original Carmina Burana as we party like it’s 1423.

$20 – $55

A Medieval Christmas: Hodie Christus Natus Est

Gordon Chapel, Old South Church 645 Boylston St., Boston

Back by popular demand! Transcendent Christmas music, featuring a superb all-female ensemble of voices and instruments. The sounds of Christmas spirituality from Medieval France, Italy, England, and Provence, including music of the church and songs of private devotion around the joyous theme of the Nativity. Included are songs to the Virgin Mary, processionals from Saint Martial …

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$10 – $65

The EMA Member Concerts & Events Calendar is for time-sensitive events, such as in-person concerts, livestreaming performances or video premieres, and live online events such as webinars. Videos available on-demand (temporarily or permanently) should not be submitted as multi-day events. Please submit Early Music News & Press Releases about these or other activities.

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