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Winter Songs & Stories @ Stone Chapel

Church of our Saviour 1165 Rio Rd. East, Charlottesville, VA

The perfect gift for that special someone: tickets for this February's coziest concerts! Early Music Access Project invites area residents to bring their Valentine to Winter Songs & Stories, performed in two of this area's most iconic spaces. When English and Scottish settlers came to the Colonies, they brought music, stories, and songs to bring light and laughter …

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$10 – $25

Pacific Baroque Festival

Christ Church Cathedral Victoria BC Canada 930 Burdett Ave,, Victoria, BC

The Pacific Baroque Festival returns to Victoria, BC from February 15-19  presenting five superb concerts. With the theme of Music for Distracted Times, this year’s Festival will musically transport you back to Baroque England of the 17th and 18th centuries - a time when King Charles II sat on the throne and London was celebrated …

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The Grand Tour – Organ works from around Europe

Christ Church Cathedral Victoria BC Canada 930 Burdett Ave,, Victoria, BC

Part of the Pacific Baroque Festival - The ‘Grand Tour’ was a tradition for upper-class Europeans to travel through Europe to visit the major cultural centers of Paris and Rome. Follow along a similar path and hear the many styles of the 18th century European organ in this tour de force of organ music from …

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$25 – $30

The King’s Fiddler – Ayres for the Violin

Alix Goolden Performance Hall 907 Pandora Ave, Victoria, BC

Part of the Pacific Baroque Festival - The restoration of the monarchy in 1660 allowed music-making to flourish and drew composer - performers to write virtuosic music for their instruments. The German violinist Thomas Baltzar settled in London, and in 1661 entered Charles II's service as leader of the king's private music ensemble, the ‘Four …

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$25 – $30

Musica Transalpina: Chamber music from Italy and England

​​First Congregational Church Palo Alto 1985 Louis Road, Palo Alto

The Italians invented the violin, perfected its music, and travelled everywhere. An enchanting evening of Uccellini, Marini, Corelli, Matteis, Purcell & Handel. Elizabeth Blumenstock, Cynthia Miller Freivogel & Augusta McKay Lodge soloists

H+H Presents: The Complete Bach Brandenburg Concertos

NEC Jordan Hall 30 Gainsborough St, Boston, MA

Could there be a more perfect collection of concertos than the Brandenburgs? Bach’s treasury of instrumental music—dazzlingly inventive, virtuosic, exuberant—when played on period instruments promises an unparalleled immersion into the great master’s music. And hearing them all on one program, performed on the instruments Bach knew, is priceless!

Consone Quartet: BBC New Generation Artists

Christ Church Cathedral 690 Burrard St., Vancouver, BC

Presented by Early Music Vancouver. Featured artist: Consone Quartet (London) London’s Consone Quartet is the first period instrument quartet to be selected as ‘BBC New Generation Artists.’ Praised for their honest and expressive playing; they are fast making a name for themselves in classical and early romantic repertoire. The program includes work by Mozart, Haydn, Chevalier de …

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$36 – $75

A Sad Pavan for these Distracted Times

Alix Goolden Performance Hall 907 Pandora Ave, Victoria, BC

Part of the Pacific Baroque Festival - Cultural activity in England during the 17th century was disrupted by political, religious, and social upheaval; Thomas Tomkins wrote his Sad Pavan two weeks after the execution of Charles I and after the destruction of his organ at Worcester Cathedral. He unfortunately did not live to see the restoration …

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$25 – $30

The Venetian Harpsichord with Owen Daly

Episcopal Parish of St. John the Baptist at Oregon Episcopal School 6300 SW Nicol Road, Portland, OR

On Saturday, February 28, 2023, Owen Daly, builder of harpsichords and clavichords located in Salem, Oregon, will showcase his recently completed instrument made after Venetian models. Owen has presented for WEKA previously. In 2016, he shared his French instrument after Jean-Claude Goujon in a program of François Couperin and Rameau. The instrument featured in this program is in the …

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$10 – $25

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