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(NL) Visisonor -- World premieres in November 2010

Contributed by Admin on Nov 01, 2010
VisiSonor will premiere two exciting new productions during the upcoming weeks. 

(US) The Pergolesi Project: A Celebration of the Pergolesi 300th Anniversary Year (2010 Oct. 30-31)

Contributed by Admin on Oct 22, 2010
Salon/Sanctuary Concerts presents “The Pergolesi Project”, a weekend festival on October 30 and 31 celebrating the 300th anniversary of the Neapolitan composer who died at the age of 26.  Listeners will have a special chance to hear recent discoveries obtained from the Fondazione Pergolesi Spontini in Jesi, the composer’s birthplace, as work continues in Italy toward a National Pergolesi edition.  Among the discoveries is a sacred cantata, La Maddalena al Sepolcro.

(US) Red Priest: Going for Baroque and Winning Fans (Concert - 2010 October 28)

Contributed by Admin on Oct 13, 2010
Early music has considerable postmodern appeal for recorder virtuoso Piers Adams and his group, Red Priest. The 17th- and 18th-century audiences for whom Baroque composers wrote, as Adams describes them, were quite laid-back, and at odds with what later became conventional concert decorum. 

(CA) Nota Bene Period Orchestra 2010-2011 Concert Schedule

Contributed by Admin on Sep 15, 2010

Welcome to Nota Bene Period Orchestra's 2010-2011 concert season!  I invite you to join us for three diverse and informative concerts held in the Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada.


(US) Sacramento Baroque Soloists Open 9th Season in October

Contributed by cellorhythm on Sep 12, 2010

As their ninth season opens, the Sacramento Baroque Soloists welcome the return of recorder virtuoso Judith Linsenberg and expand the season to five Baroque music concerts. The 2010-2011 season showcases the range and variety of Baroque expressiveness, from the intimate, rich timbre of the cello duets to the bright, sparkling interplay of the Baroque chamber ensemble.

 


(US) Clarion Music Society 2010-2011 Season

Contributed by Admin on Aug 10, 2010

IN 2010-2011, CLARION MUSIC SOCIETY MAKES ITS LINCOLN CENTER DEBUT AND SPOTLIGHTS TWO PILLARS OF THE BAROQUE AGE

The Clarion Music Society is pleased to announce its concert season for 2010-2011: five concerts featuring the Clarion Orchestra, the Clarion Choir, and distinguished soloists, conducted by artistic director Steven Fox.  Prominent this season are works of the two most renowned pillars of the Baroque Age, J.S. Bach and G. F. Handel, the latter of whom will be the subject of our fourth annual Clarion Collegium Week.


(UK) My Lady's Chamber - Summer Concerts 2010

Contributed by cattootler on Jun 12, 2010

Concerts In London Summer 2010

The following is the summer concert listing:


(UK) MY LADY'S CHAMBER CONCERT CANCELLED! (July 1st, 2010)

Contributed by cattootler on Jun 09, 2010

My Lady’s Chamber July Concert Cancelled

Owing to circumstances beyond our control, My Lady’s Chamber regrets having to pull out of our 1st July concert at 7.30pm at The Red Hedgehog, Highgate, UK, which was previously advertised here.  My Lady’s Chamber apologises for any inconvenience caused.

Visit website for more information: My Lady’s Chamber

 


(US) Boston Early Music Festival Announces 2011 Festival Operatic Centerpiece

Contributed by Admin on Jun 05, 2010

Agostino Steffani’s “Niobe, Queen of Thebes”
Starring: Soprano Amanda Forsythe and Countertenor Philippe Jaroussky

Cambridge, MA – June 4, 2010 – The Boston Early Music Festival has announced plans for its 2011 Festival operatic centerpiece Niobe, Queen of Thebes by the Italian composer Agostino Steffani (1653–1728). In keeping with BEMF’s internationally-acclaimed tradition of presenting little-known Baroque opera masterpieces, Steffani’s Niobe is “a stunning achievement, blending poignant drama with powerfully beautiful music to tell a story of human strength and weakness” says BEMF Executive Director Kathleen Fay.


(UK) My Lady's Chamber Red Hedgehog Concert Series -- Summer 2010

Contributed by cattootler on May 20, 2010

My Lady's Chamber “Passionate Baroque”

Quirky My Lady's Chamber perform music from 1600 to 1775 in a manner accessible to modern audiences.  When you require escape from the bustle of modern living, let us inspire you with our beautiful period instruments and unusual corners of the repertoire.  Having researched Early Music at some of the world's top conservatoires, we can now reveal that all was not calm under 18th Century bedsheets!


(PL) Musicae Antiquae Collegium Varsoviense -- The Chopin Project (Concert Sept. 28, 2010)

Contributed by Admin on May 14, 2010

The Chopin project is highlighting the Pleyel piano which was specially produced for the Warsaw chamber opera by Paul McNulty.

The Chopin festival will focus on Chopin's works for piano with orchestra. The orchestra has specially commissioned early Romantic winds, horns and bows at a'= 440hz for this project, which heralds a unique effort to recreate most faithfully the performing resources of this period.

(US) 2010-2011 Boston Concert Series

Contributed by Admin on Apr 23, 2010

The Boston Early Music Festival announce their 2010-2011 concert series.
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