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April 2016
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Blue Heron presents Songs About Hope (Watertown)

April 29 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Church of the Good Shepherd Watertown,
9 Russell Ave, Watertown, MA 02472 United States

Proceeds from this concert will benefit the Church of the Good Shepherd, Blue Heron’s longtime rehearsal venue, and The Watertown Family Network. “Excellent…commendable ease, understanding and expressiveness…fascinating glimpses into a sophisticated musical world that treated its subjects with wit, humor and grace. And more than being merely historically intriguing, the music was lovely to listen to.” ~ Daniel Hathaway, Cleveland Classical(clevelandclassical.com), January 20, 2015 Esperance and Amors in 14th-century songs: music by Machaut, Senleches, and others [Hope sings to the Lover]…

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Blue Heron presents Songs About Hope (Weston)

April 30 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Congregational Church of Weston,
130 Newton Street, Weston, 02493 United States

“Excellent…commendable ease, understanding and expressiveness…fascinating glimpses into a sophisticated musical world that treated its subjects with wit, humor and grace. And more than being merely historically intriguing, the music was lovely to listen to.” ~ Daniel Hathaway, Cleveland Classical(clevelandclassical.com), January 20, 2015 Esperance and Amors in 14th-century songs: music by Machaut, Senleches, and others [Hope sings to the Lover] To be in love is a sweet life and a happy one for him who knows how to live it, for the…

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May 2016
25-60

Blue Heron presents Songs About Hope (Boston)

May 1 @ 4:00 pm - 5:45 pm
Old South Church,
645 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116 United States

In the intimate setting of the Mary Norton Room at Old South Church, Copley Square. “Excellent…commendable ease, understanding and expressiveness…fascinating glimpses into a sophisticated musical world that treated its subjects with wit, humor and grace. And more than being merely historically intriguing, the music was lovely to listen to.” ~ Daniel Hathaway, Cleveland Classical(clevelandclassical.com), January 20, 2015 Esperance and Amors in 14th-century songs: music by Machaut, Senleches, and others [Hope sings to the Lover] To be in love is a sweet…

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