News » Early Music Concerts 2011-2012
(FR) Choeur de chambre les éléments - Direction : Joël Suhubiette: Méditerranée Sacrée (Concert) (8-9 Nov 2011)
(UK) The English Concert: An Intimate Musical Evening With Our Principal Lutenist William Carter (Concert: 15 nov 2011)
Le Jardin en Musique : Campra, Purcell, Rameau
Théâtre Charcot, Marcq en Baroeul (59)
Festival Les Liaisons Musicales
Le Jardin en musique
Monteverdi, Purcell, Lully, Rameau
Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643)
Air « Vi ricorda o bosch’ombrosi » (extrait de l’Orfeo) …
(CA) Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Chamber Choir Concert: Glorious Bach & Zelenka (14,16,19,20 oct 2011)
Gillian Knight, soprano
Matthew White, countertenor
Cory Knight, tenor
Andrew Mahon, baritone
Tafelmusik Chamber Choir and Orchestra
Fri Oct 14, Sat Oct 15 at 8pm
Sun Oct 16 at 3:30pm
Wed Oct 19 at 7pm
Thurs Oct 20 at 8pm
Season opens October 22 with SIMPLE GIFTS
“Dear Friends of the Tudor Choir,Our season is about to begin with SIMPLE GIFTS, a narrated concert of Shaker tunes and Anglo-Americana, on Friday, October 22. Please join us! All details are below, including single ticket and subscription options. Our SIMPLE GIFTS CD has been re-printed and copies will be on sale at the performance at the discounted price of $15!
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
Bourgie Concert Hall
“According the Devoir's critic, the first concert of Arion Baroque Orchestra's Montreal Series, Overture for an overture and its guest conductor Christophe Rousset is among the top 5 concerts to attend in 2011-2012.“
A reminder from Early Music DC of their October 2011 concert listing. You may be interested if you are in the area. …
(FR) Les Passions, Les Eléments (dir. Joël Suhubiette)): "Requiem by Jean Gilles" (Concert, 16 oct 2011)
From the Catherine Kauffmann-Saint-Martin (Agency Media Relations, specialized for musical events) blog pages:
Sunday, 16 october, under the direction de Jean-Marc Andrieu, Les Passions, Les Eléments (dir. Joël Suhubiette), Anne Magouët, Vincent Lièvre-Picard, Bruno Boterf and Alain Buet, will perform at the Baroque de Pontoise. On the programme: Requiem et Lamentations by Jean Gilles (1668-1705).
INTERNATIONAL DEBUT CONCERT
Early Music Foundation presents Bertrand Cuiller, French harpsichordist. Bertrand Cuiller (Paris), young, exceptional harpsichordist, has received praise by European music critics. He appears regularly as soloist in many European cities, in prestigious festivals and places including Folles Journées, la Roque d’Anthéron, la Cité de la Musique, Saintes, Utrecht, les Concerts Parisiens, le Printemps des Arts de Nantes, and Japan. This event is Mr. Cuiller’s exclusive New York debut.
We also have a recorder workshop for people of Grade 5+ standard led by Handel House regular and recorder specialist Lisete da Silva which is perfect for those who want to improve their technique and learn new repertoire.” …
Results from the “Froville 1st International Baroque Voice Competition” awarded by a jury of professionals and presided by James Bowman:
Hasnaa Bennani: 1st prize
Estelle Béréau: 2nd prize
Daniel Cabena: 3rd prize
The Audience Recognition Award awarded to Kamila Mazalova
English composers Thomas Thomkins and Orlando Gibbons, and later Henry Purcell and John Blow, were inspired by the visionary, world-changing translation of the Bible completed under the sponsorship of King James in 1611.
“Musique pour csakan (flûte-canne) et quatuor à cordes, Vienne 1806-1826”
La Simphonie du Marais - Hugo Reyne invites you to share a festive and delicious moment on the occasion of this “chocolated” concert.
“Thinking of attending Nuit Blanche? Why not start the night with a fun concert?
Like the rest of us, you probably wish you were on sabbatical with our own violinist Julia Wedman when she took her grand European tour. Well, now you can experience it in musical form, as I FURIOSI welcomes her back with the harmonious stylings of her many ports of call.
Welcome to the home page of our fifth annual series of sampler concerts, showcasing the richness of New York's early music performing community. This is your chance to preview the offerings of 8 of the City's finest ensembles in three venues -- West Side, East Side, and Downtown. The Saturday evening concert will feature an unusual demonstration of the relationship between Galileo's scientific work and his musical involvements, and will end with a gala reception.
Festival de Musique Baroque de Sézanne
“The art of hunting reached its peak in the eighteenth century. The hunt of course was accompanied by music, the instrument of choice remained the hunting horn.