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(US) Opera Today Review: "Boston Early Music Festival: Niobe, Regina di Tebe" (Author: John Yohalem) (2011 June 20)

Contributed by Admin on Jun 30, 2011
“From a specialty occasion, a meeting of minds and interests and instruments for a week every two years, its classes and performances culminating in the sometimes casual staging of a forgotten opera from an obscure corner of the repertory, cast with singers soon to become Early Music A-listers (Suzie LeBlanc, Karina Gauvin), …
  

(US) Recently Published: Early Music America (EMA) Summer 2011 Issue of Early Music America Magazine

Contributed by Admin on Jun 30, 2011

In this issue:

  • BEMF 2011: Celebrating 30 Years with Metamorphoses
  • Contextual Improvisation, or Why Swat Flies with a Frisbee?
  • Starting Them Early in Seattle
  • Profile: Robert Mealy and the Yale Baroque Ensemble by Craig Zeichner
  • The Rebirth of the Angular Harp by Bo Lawergren
  • In Conclusion: Playing a game of HIP Jeopardy! by Mark Kroll
  • Plus Recording Reviews, Book Reviews, and Sound Bytes (news from the field)”

(IT) International Early Music Festival Gaudete! – fourth edition (2011 May-November)

Contributed by Admin on Jun 29, 2011

(Gaudete!Festival Internazionale di Musica Antica)

FESTIVAL

May to November 2011
Concerts, masterclasses, seminars, workshops, exhibitions…
Each event held in different places, each one of great artistic interest throughout northern Piemonte, Italy
For more information visit http://www.gaudetefestival.it/Gaudete11/


(NL) Annelie De Man, Harpsichord

Contributed by Admin on Jun 25, 2011

EarlyMusicNews.org Weblinks Revisited

  
“Annelie De Man studied at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague with Janny van Wering and Bob van Asperen. After devoting herself to Baroque music for several years, she turned to the performance of contemporary music and stimulated composers, both at home and from abroad, to write for her. One of the first was Dutch composer Louis Andriessen with "Overture to Orpheus" (1982). 


(US) Recently Published: "The Journal of Musicology" (Vol. 28, No. 2, Spring 2011)

Contributed by Admin on Jun 25, 2011

Of interest in this issue:  “L'Alcasta and the Emergence of Collective Patronage in Mid-Seventeenth-Century Rome” (Author: Valeria de Lucca)
  

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