News » Early Music Concerts 2010-2011
“We are excited to rejoin Andrew Gant, music director and organist of the Chapel Royal, London, for three lecture recitals. This will serve as a ‘sequel’ to our 2009 collaboration in which music written for the Chapel Royal was featured. Further investigations of English church music will be explored, sung and played. Andrew Gant, as personal church musician to the Royal Family, is uniquely suited to present insight and humour to these singular events.“
“In closing the Chabotterie Music Festival, La Simphonie du Marais - Hugo Reyne present a new program dedicated to the“Music for the comedies of Molière by Marc-Antoine Charpentier.
Included is the list of concert events for the busy months of June and July 2011 at Handel House.
“Join the Four Nations Ensemble for a 25th Anniversary Celebration
Wednesday, June 15th at 730-Friend's Meeting House
Don't miss a joyful, romantic, nostalgic and celebratory performance at the historic Friend's Meeting House on 15th street between 2nd and 3rd Avenue.
“Harpsichord Unlimited presents New Music for the Band, the 14th annual new music concert by the QCB. This year's group of composers includes new creations by both old friends (Robert Baksa, Stephen Kemp, Elodie Lauten and David MacDonald) and new (Michael Cohen and Eugene McBride).
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WAVE’s next benefit project will be a series of concerts in California missions to raise money for continued restoration of these buildings, which are an important part of California’s history.
We're thrilled to present guest soprano Clara Rottsolk this weekend in Myths & Allegories, a fabulous new program of instrumental and vocal chamber music inspired by Homer's Odyssey.
Stefano Montanari returns to Tafelmusik as guest conductor in a programme of exuberant symphonies and overtures by Italian classical composers. Un finale fantastico!
The choir for the recent Royal Wedding included the choir of Westminster Abbey as well as the Queen's Chapel Royal, an institution dating back centuries that has produced some of England's greatest composers and music. On May 14, the Tudor presents ALL THE QUEEN'S MEN, a narrated performance of music composed for the Chapel Royal during the reigns of legendary 16th-century monarchs Mary Tudor and Elizabeth I.
Pergolesi's Stabat Mater is like the snowdrop: a tender flower, poking, fragile, above the snow, well ahead of spring.
This sensual and exotic music illuminates the lives of Sephardic Jews after their expulsion from Spain.
Musick Fyne will be taking the role of the semi-chorus in the Inverness Choral Society's performance of Elgar's epic masterpiece
Andreas Scholl had six thousand people on the edge of their seats when he sang Handel arias in the BBC Proms some years ago. The German counter-tenor has released several critically acclaimed recordings. His repertoire spans from opera and baroque music to folk tunes.
The 2010-2011 Season Finale will bring to the West Coast the premiere of a work that was discovered just a decade ago: the Mass for Three Choirs by the Venetian master Antonio Lotti.
Héroïnes en musique
Lully, Charpentier, Purcell, Haendel
Opening concert to the Le Printemps des Arts Festival.
At High Tide marks a return to the world of Quebec legends and folksongs through explorations of the Saint Lawrence River.
Contre danses écossaises and françaises, quadrilles, cotillion, which were danced at court. Workshop for beginners and advanced!
Birdsong has inspired many composers, and the flute was chosen as the perfect tool to illustrate this theme in music.The imitation of the nightingale, the cuckoo, goldfinch's gave birth to beautiful sonatas, concertos, cantatas and arias from operas.
The Six Wives of Henry VIII
This acclaimed quartet is joined by soprano Cecile Kempernaers in a musical portrait of the renowned flamboyant English king and his six wives.
Bacchanalia presents music of the French Baroque for one and two flutes with violin and basso continuo.
On May 17th, bringing the fourth annual Clarion Collegium Week to a dramatic conclusion, the Clarion Orchestra and Clarion Choir under the direction of Steven Fox will perform George Frideric Handel’s monumental oratorio Judas Maccabeus, at Park Avenue Christian Church, Park Avenue at 85th Street, at 8:00pm.
La famille BACH, Les Motets
Le Choeur de Chambre Les Éléments and Ensemble Jacques Moderne – Joel Suhubiette, conductor
Culmination of the double chorus repertoire from the Baroque period, the Motets of JS Bach is a work of confounding richness, virtuosity and beauty .
Thursday, April 21, 2011 at 21h, Odyssud, Blagnac
Spanish Baroque Music: José de Nebra (1672-1748 )
Eglise Saint-Aubin de Toulouse
Specializing in the restoration and the rediscovery of the major works of the Spanish Eighteenth century, Los Musicos de su Alteza present this enigmatic work which the composition date is unknown.
Les Passions Newsletter of upcoming April 2011 concerts.
Steve Ross, the incomparable, joins the exquisite Baroque diva Ann Monoyios and the Four Nations Ensemble for an hour long dialogue of love and obsession from the 17th through the 21st century.