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(CA) Toronto Consorts Concert: "Giasone by Francesco Cavalli" (4-5-6 Apr 2014)

Contributed by admin on Mar 20, 2014

Location: Trinity-St. Paul Centre, 427 Bloor St. West, Toronto ON, CA

"The Toronto Consort has enjoyed great success with an ongoing series of presenting masterworks of early opera in concert. This year, we turn to the most popular opera of the 17th century, Francesco Cavalli’s comic masterpiece Giasone ...


(US) Lute Society of America Inc. -- 2014 Lute Scholarships

Contributed by admin on Mar 14, 2014

(From a recent Lute Society of America newsletter)

"The Lute Society of America is pleased to announce the application process for Student Scholarships for the 2014 Cleveland Lute Festival is  now open. ...


(CA) TafelmusiK Concert: "A Night in Paris: Le Concert Spirituel" (27-30 Mar 2014)

Contributed by admin on Mar 12, 2014

Location: Trinity-St. Paul's Centre, Toronto Ontario, CA

"Come to 18th-century Paris with us for a recreation of Le Concert Spirituel - one of the first public concert series. Imagine yourself in a magnificent hall in the Tuileries Palace, listening to the latest French and Italian music with guests from around Europe. Join the Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Chamber Choir for a programme of sparkling concertos, symphonies and motets in the spirit of one of the first public concert series."


(US) Pacific Standard Article: "Do We See Good Music Better Than We Hear It?" Paul Bisceglio (07 Mar 2014)

Contributed by admin on Mar 10, 2014

"When it comes to musical performances, it’s perfectly reasonable to assume that our ears do a better job of judging quality than our eyes. We are listening to music, after all, right? ...


(UK) NPR Article: "A Kid Named Carl Stirs Up The Bach Musical Dynasty" by Tom Huizenga (08 Mar 2014)

Contributed by admin on Mar 10, 2014

" ... Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, C.P.E. for short, was the second surviving son of Johann Sebastian, whose sturdy, impeccably built music made a great impression on the young composer.

Still, C.P.E. seemed to chafe against the old Baroque restraints by forging an innovative and dramatic new sound, especially in his keyboard music and symphonies ...

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