The Harmonia Early Music website is running an interesting project.
“We’re looking to put together a program of listener favorites and we need your help.
Dorothee Mields, soprano
Laura Pudwell, mezzo-soprano
Charles Daniels, tenor
Brett Polegato, baritone
THEME: The Cavendishes and Anglo-European Cultural Exchange: Seventeenth-Century Dutch, Flemish and French Influences.
Imagine a long weekend filled with music-making, camaraderie, good food, and a beautiful setting in nature, and you are already having dreams of attending the Columbia Gorge Early Music Retreat. Located just 20 miles east of Portland, and perched on a bluff overlooking the spectacular Columbia River, Menucha is an idyllic retreat center.
(US) Roving Reviewer: Chopin et Son Temps à Lausanne by Christopher Greenleaf (The Boston Musical Intelligencer)(2010 September 19)
(US) "Bach’s Passions – Musical Language and Religious Contexts" Summer Course - Yale Institue of Sacred Music (2011 June 6-11)
June 6–10, 2011
In the course of its annual Summer Term, the Yale Institute of Sacred Music will offer a weeklong course on Johann Sebastian Bach’s Passions, taught by Yale faculty member Prof. Markus Rathey:
Johann Sebastian Bach’s St. John and St. Matthew Passions, considered cornerstones of the western classical music canon, form the culmination of his art as a composer of sacred music. The revival of Bach’s music in 19th century concert halls began with Mendelssohn’s performance of the St. Matthew Passion.
Let us stop a moment to discover the precepts of Couperin through a footnote on page in a scholarly work today and listen to the voice that we imagine shy, almost hesitant, from one of French harpsichordists’ greatest. Let us stop bickering about the size of the chorus of Bach's cantatas in Leipzig and take a look at the key document that the passions unleashed and allows all the assumptions ...
(US) Aulos Ensemble Transports Listeners to 18th-Century France -- Review by By Thomas Busse (2010 Dec.)
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