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Juilliard415: The Spendors of Dresden (with Laurence Cummings, director/harpsichord)

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

In the 18th century, the court orchestra of Dresden was one of the glories of Europe. Some of the greatest composers and performers gathered at the glittering Saxon capital, from the virtuoso concertmaster Johann Georg Pisendel to the quirky and ingenious bass player Jan Dismas Zelenka. Directed by the distinguished Laurence Cummings of England, the …

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Twelfth Night: Aminta e Fillide

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

Twelfth Night, the refreshingly new ensemble of young stars directed by violinist Rachell Ellen Wong and harpsichordist David Belkovski, offers an all-Handel program featuring Aminta e Fillide, a pastoral cantata. Singers Jessica Niles and Xenia Puskarz Thomas, the cantata’s nymph and shepherd, pursue each other through a mythological Greek landscape in arias both virtuosic and …

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Les Délices: Winds of Change (with Emi Ferguson)

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

Superb flutist Emi Ferguson joins oboist Debra Nagy and Les Délices in chamber works from the eve of the French and Haitian Revolutions. Inspired by ideals of liberty and equality from abolitionist writings, the program includes a sonata by Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, the late-18th-century Black composer and violinist, and pieces by Boccherini and …

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Blue Heron: Un Petrarchino cantato

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

Blue Heron’s program is a musical valentine of 16th-century madrigals setting poetry by Francesco Petrarch. The moment the humanist scholar beheld beautiful young Laura in 1327, he was lovestruck, his obsession tormenting and inspiring him even after her death in 1348. In turn, Petarch’s Canzoniere inspired intensely passionate musicthree centuries later. Blue Heron’s eloquent singers …

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Cappella Pretenses: Canons of Beauty – Josquin and Mouton

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

Under the direction of Stratton Bull, the eight men of Cappella Pratensis from the Netherlands commemorate the 500th anniversaries of two extraordinary composers’ deaths—Josquin Desprez’s death in 1521, and Jean Mouton’s a year later. The breathtakingly beautiful mass movements, motets, and chansons conceal their intricate complexities to sound seemingly effortless and ethereal. The pieces’ canonic …

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Tiburtina Ensemble: Celestial Harmony – Music for the Heavenly Court by Hildegard of Bingen

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

Since 2008 the women of Tibertina Ensemble from Prague have mesmerized European audiences singing medieval repertory, secular and sacred, while playing their own harp acconpaniment. They make their North American debut bringing hymns, antiphons, conducti, and sequences by the famous Hildegard of Bingen, 12th-century abbess, mystic, writer, and composer. Hildegard’s music is highly individual, often …

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