"Artistic Triumphs,Ambitious International Touring, Increased Ticket Sales
Toronto, Canada, June 30, 2015
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Chamber Choir is wrapping up another remarkable season marked by enthusiastically received national and international tours, a thriving creative and artistic output that continues to redefine how audiences experience live music, exceptional guest artists,anddramatic improvements to the choir and orchestra’s home venue at Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre. The 2014/15 season saw an increase in single ticket sales over the previous season, with almost 15% of single tickets sold coming from ...
(From a recent Spitalfields Music newsletter item)
We're really excited to be able to share a few details of some of this winter's festival artists with you ahead of the season launch in September.
We're delighted that two festival favourites The Sixteen and The English Concert will be returning to Spitalfields alongside a performance from distinguished French baroque ensemble Les Arts Florissants and an exciting collaboration between Aurora Orchestra and ceramic artist Edmund de Waal. ...
(From a recent National Centre for Early Music (NCEM) Press Release)
The Sollazzo Ensemble wins the 2015 York Early Music International Young Artists Competition
Sollazzo Ensemble from Switzerland has won the highly respected biennial York Early Music International Young Artists Competition, organised by the National Centre for Early Music, which culminated on Saturday 11 July as part of the 2015 York Early Music Festival. The Ensemble was also awarded the Friends of York Early Music Festival Prize and the new Cambridge Early Music Festival Award. ...
(UK) The Guardian Article: "Love your arts job? It doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be properly paid" by Lynn Gardner (13 Jul 2015)
"We all know that the biggest subsidisers of the arts are those who work in the arts. Very little work would ever make it to the stage if it was not for people giving their labour away for free, or being paid very poorly for what they do.
As the recent Stage Directors UK report indicated, even those who appear to be sustaining enviable careers are often surviving on fees that would be laughed at in other industries. ...
"In the late 1970s, Simone Demangel was already working on an “International academy for early music in Occitania”, on the delightful premises of the Château d’Assas. Thanks in particular to the subsequent arrival of Scott Ross, the town and its harpsichord thus became emblematic of early music in Europe. The memory of this is still intact, and is today kept alive with great authenticity and elegance by the Demangel family, owners of the site. ...
(From a recent Huismuziek newsletter)
A lot of news items from Huismuziek with regards to early music workshops, classes etc. The first course of the season "Recorder Music for Advent and Christmas" is already all booked, "Spanish Baroque Orchestra and Chorus" are being booked, "Dido and Aeneas for chorus and narrator" is still in search of tenors and basses ... and much more ...
(From a recent London Festival of Baroque Music newsletter)
"Many thanks to those of you who have already sent in your 2016 Friends forms. You are helping us plan for next year with confidence and for that we are extremely grateful. Your invaluable support enabled us to put on 13 events in our inaugural year and we are hoping for at least a similar number in 2016, but ...
(US) San Francisco Classical Voice Article: "It's News to Me A Long Overdue North American Premiere for Sémélé"
(By Janos Gereben July 14, 2015)
"The story is best known to music lovers as a 1743 opera by Handel. What will be new to pretty much everybody around here is the American Bach Soloists' North American premiere of Marin Marais' 1709 Sémélé (with the proper French accent aigu). Performances are Aug. 13-14, at the S.F. Conservatory of Music, during the 2015 ABS Festival and Academy, "Versailles and the Parisian Baroque." - ...
(From a recent newsletter item)
"We are delighted to let you know that international applications are officially opened for our 2016 Festival. Click below to download our updated International Syllabus with important information for the 2016 Festival and the application forms for both Competitive and Non-Competitive participation. ...
"The Korkyra Baroque Festival is a high-profile cultural event established in 2012 in order to promote local and international music and cultural heritage. Supreme concert evenings and Korčula’s impressive culture monuments create a unique synergy owing to which the Korkyra Baroque Festival has gained the reputation of a must-see event on the global music scene.
The 4th edition of the festival will once again present the ...
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