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Happy Birthday, Claudio

Happy Birthday, Claudio: a feast of Italian Renaissance and Baroque music in celebration of the 450th anniversary of Monteverdi’s birth The three early music ensembles of Moravian College, under the direction of Larry Lipkis, collaborate for a rousing celebration of the birth, 450 years ago, of Claudio Monteverdi. The first half will feature dances, madrigals, […]

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Claudio Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610

TENET’s Green Mountain Project returns to offer their beloved performance of this monumental work. “A treasured staple in New York” (The New York Times), TENET’s all-star cast will present Claudio Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610 under conductor and music director Scott Metcalfe and with Dark Horse Consort in a historically informed approach and appropriate chants. Performance lasts […]

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Monteverdi

Claudio Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610

TENET’s Green Mountain Project returns to offer their beloved performance of this monumental work. “A treasured staple in New York” (The New York Times), TENET’s all-star cast will present Claudio Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610 under conductor and music director Scott Metcalfe and with Dark Horse Consort in a historically informed approach and appropriate chants. Performance lasts […]

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Baroque Bonanza II: Ensemble Gaudior and The Friends of Fasch

Ensemble Gaudior (directed by violinist Alexandra MacCracken) and The Friends of Fasch (directed by harpsichordist Thomas MacCracken) present a program of German baroque music, opening with 17th-century works for five-part string ensemble by Rosenmüller and Muffat and continuing with 18th-century chamber sonatas and concertos for wind instruments by Telemann, Schickhardt, and (of course) Johann Friedrich […]

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Claudio Monteverdi Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria

Greek myth celebrates the human condition. None better expresses the triumph of mankind than story of the wily and courageous Odysseus (Ulysses). Orpheus the musician was an obvious choice for the first operas, but The Odyssey perhaps better mirrors the Baroque focal shift from the immortal to the earthly. Composed during Monteverdi’s last decade, Ulisse’s […]

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