Location: Burg Gaillenreuth, Burggaillenreuth 5, 91320 Ebermannstadt DE
Ring in the new year with an evening of historical dancing. You are invited by Peter Hoffmann to an evening of historical dance. "Is there anything better, to leave the "old" behind? A colorful journey through the different eras ... There will be dancing, anything goes." Mixing of costumes will make for a wonderful evening of dance. There will also be a multi-course menu offered to participants. ...
(From a recent Huismuziek newsletter)
"The past week was sunny summer weather, but we all look on. As many as four christmas courses are planned: "Recorder Music for Advent and Christmas" is already full, but there is still room for "Gregorian chant: Advent and Christmas", "Georgian carols" and "Making music with Christmas". For the first time a course of baroque music for advanced players with auditions: "Spanish Baroque". ...
(US) San Francisco Classical Voice Article: "Nicholas McGegan: 30 Years and Counting with Philharmonia Baroque" (by Jason Victor Serinus)(29 Sep. 2015)
"Thirty years ago, the founder of Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, early music crusader and harpsichordist Laurette Goldberg tapped Nicholas McGegan to become Philharmonia’s music director. Under “Nic’s” leadership, a five-year-old ensemble previously run by four ensemble musicians who conducted orchestra business in a spare bedroom in the back of soprano Judith Nelson’s house was transformed into one of the world’s most captivating period ensembles. ...
(US) Billboard Article: "PIAS Acquires Classical Specialist Label Harmonia Mundi" (By Richard Smirke, 28 Sep 2015)
"European independent PIAS has acquired historic classical, jazz and world music label Harmonia Mundi for an undisclosed sum. ...
Musica Globus: 17th- and 18th-century Folk and Dance Music from Middle Europe
Location: First Church in Cambridge, Congregational, Boston MA, US
"A favorite of audiences and critics alike for their appearances at our biennial Festivals, the energetic and dynamic players of Solamente Naturali are back by popular demand! Celebrating their 20th anniversary and under the leadership of world-renowned violinist Miloš Valent, this ensemble melds classical and folk traditions like no other in performances bursting with ...
How does the saying go? "A picture is worth a thousand words"? The Académie de Bach has a lovely set of photos that you may want to browse through, many players and instruments (pedal harpsichord as well). A nice collection of photos instead of those thousands of words. Have a peek at their photo collection as well as concert season offerings. ...
(From a recent newsletter)
News that this is the final weekend for those wishing to attend any of the "Festival de musique baroque d'Ambronay", for which has had quite a good line-up of concert events. What is more formidable is the fact that some concert events have been made available on-line, some are just snippets, while others are the complete concert. and in good streaming quality.
If you are one of those who has missed out on the concerts you will find ....
(UK) Cambridge Early Music: "La Serenissima" Celebrates its 21st Anniversary with Vivaldi's Seasons (21 Nov 2015)
LOCATION:: GREAT ST MARY’S CHURCH, CAMBRIDGE, CB2 3PQ
NEWS RELEASE: "The Four Seasons remains the most popular piece of classical music of all time. To celebrate their 21st anniverary year, La Serenissima will be presenting a programme of these fabulous concertos, performed using a new edition made by violinist Adrian Chandler from parts which are in the hand of Vivaldi’s father, Giovanni Battista; this source is housed in the ...
"In a project of unprecedented artistic ambition, the Boston Early Music Festival performed groundbreaking operas by Monteverdi. Now WCRB brings you these performances, Sunday nights in September at 8pm.
Every couple of years, the opera productions from the Boston Early Music Festival inevitably generate some of the most memorable moments on the concert calendar. For the 2015 festival, organizers multiplied the excitement by featuring not just one operatic centerpiece, but three: ...
(FR) Compagnie Fantaisies Baroques / Irène Feste, Pierre-François Dollé: Dance Workshop (26-27 Sep 2015)
"Irène Feste and Pierre-François Dollé are both professional dancers and teachers specialized in historical dance and especially in french Renaissance, baroque and french first Empire. The company Fantaisies Baroques is composed by dancers, musicians, singers and comedians which are all passionate of those periods and willing to create new forms with historical material. We're available for any question or request. ..."
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