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SFEMS presents ALKEMIE: Like a Woman—Finding the Feminine in Medieval France

First Presbyterian Church, Palo Alto 1140 Cowper Street at Lincoln, Palo Alto, CA

A restless band of Medieval experimentalists, Brooklyn-based ensemble Alkemie explores the other side of courtly love in their SFEMS debut. Featuring 15th-century Medieval French songs from a female or non-gendered poetic perspective, Like a Woman includes readings by the court writer Christine de Pizan (1364–c. 1430), tracing her proto-feminist poetic legacy in works by Gilles de Binchois, Gualterius …

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$20 – $55

SFEMS presents AlKEMIE: Like a Woman—Finding the Feminine in Medieval France

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

A restless band of Medieval experimentalists, Brooklyn-based ensemble Alkemie explores the other side of courtly love in their SFEMS debut. Featuring 15th-century Medieval French songs from a female or non-gendered poetic perspective, Like a Woman includes readings by the court writer Christine de Pizan (1364–c. 1430), tracing her proto-feminist poetic legacy in works by Gilles de Binchois, Gualterius …

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$20 – $55

SFEMS presents ALKEMIE: Like a Woman—Finding the Feminine in Medieval France

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

A restless band of Medieval experimentalists, Brooklyn-based ensemble Alkemie explores the other side of courtly love in their SFEMS debut. Featuring 15th-century Medieval French songs from a female or non-gendered poetic perspective, Like a Woman includes readings by the court writer Christine de Pizan (1364–c. 1430), tracing her proto-feminist poetic legacy in works by Gilles de Binchois, Gualterius …

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$20 – $55

Boston Camerata: We’ll Be There

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

We’ll Be There: American Spirituals, Black and White, 1800-1900 The 48th season opens with Boston Camerata’s performance of “We’ll Be There,” Music Before 1800’s first annual presentation specifically dedicated to American Roots. Under the passionate guidance of director, Anne Azéma, eight vocalists join with a fiddle, guitar, bass, and keyboard. From plantation songs (“My body …

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The American Bach Society’s Biennial Meeting: “Bach and Authority”

Temple University 1801 N Broad St, Philadelphia, PA

The American Bach Society is pleased to invite you to its biennial conference, taking place October 7-9, 2022, at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This year's theme is "Bach and Authority." For more information, including the conference program, abstracts, and registration form, please visit americanbachsociety.org.

H + H Presents: The Glories of Bach

Boston Symphony Hall 301 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA

Our season opener captures the sizzle that listeners first experienced in Leipzig’s famous Zimmermann’s Coffee House, where Bach himself led these marvelous suites, which H+H will perform on the period instruments Bach wrote for. No. 3 includes the sublime Air on the G String, and both suites feature dances that are, by turn, ebullient, elegant, …

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H + H Presents: The Glories of Bach

Boston Symphony Hall 301 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA

Our season opener captures the sizzle that listeners first experienced in Leipzig’s famous Zimmermann’s Coffee House, where Bach himself led these marvelous suites, which H+H will perform on the period instruments Bach wrote for. No. 3 includes the sublime Air on the G String, and both suites feature dances that are, by turn, ebullient, elegant, …

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The Baltimore Consort w/ Robert Aubry Davis at Michigan State University

Michigan State University 542 Auditorium Rd., East Lansing, MI

The Baltimore Consort will be performing their program based on the life of Mary Queen of Scots, entitled In Angel's Wede. Live narration will be provided by Emmy-Award winning television and radio personality Robert Aubry Davis. https://baltimoreconsort.com/

Washington Bach Consort | The Eloquent Viol

Live! at 10th & G 945 G Street, NW, Washington, DC

An instrument that is all too rarely heard today, but well-recognized by J.S. Bach, is the viola da gamba. It comes from a lineage of stringed instruments that precedes the violin/violoncello family. American violist da gamba, Joanna Blendulf, plays a program drawing from Bach’s sonatas written expressly for the instrument, with further examples from his …

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$40

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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