"This hour, we’ll spend time with composers who played and loved to write for the bass instruments—those you can’t fit in the overhead compartment of an airplane! ...
Location: Yarrangobilly Caves, NSW Australia
"We’ll dance for 3 hours every morning and 3 hours every evening and in between all-can-enjoy cave tours, river walks, thermal-pool-swimming, games, sleeping, cooking and eating. The accommodation, food preparing areas, lounges and dance rooms are simply fantastic. On the Monday when we first arrive we’ll make a theme of dance from 1825 to 1850. On the Tuesday of dance from 1850 to 1875 and on the Wednesday from 1875 to 1900—but any 19th century dress, be it from day or evening dress from any of these periods is fine. ...
(US) Salon Sanctuary Concerts: "Music for Brunelleschi's Dome -- Lucia Baldacci, organist" (17 Nov 2013)
Location: The Church of the Transfiguration, 1 E. 29th St., New York NY, US
“The completion of The Duomo of Florence in 1436 marked a milestone in architectural history, while the structure later served as a focal point for several great composers.
With this program, we welcome an organist of "Brunelleschi's Dome," as she makes her New York and American debut with a program of …
Location: St Augustine's Church, Honor Oak Park, London UK, SE23 3LE
"Join the International Rameau Ensemble for an evening of sensuous music from the great french baroque master Jean-Philippe Rameau's most beautiful operatic works. A flamboyant feast for the senses by world-class international performers presenting a varied programme journeying through loss, rivalry, comedy and heartbreak all redeemed through love and carried by fantastic musical fireworks. One night only - do not miss out."
Music and Poetry of the Jews in Renaissance Italy
Location: Trinity-St. Paul Centre, 427 Bloor St. West, Toronto ON, CA
"Ensemble Lucidarium is the world’s leading ensemble bringing early Jewish music to vibrant life. This award-winning program is a celebration of the musical and poetic legacy of the Jewish communities of Renaissance Italy. ...
Location: St Johns Church, Canberra, Australia
"It is official and the venue in Reid is booked - Aylwen Gardiner-Garden is organising the Canberra Shakespeare Festival at St Johns Church buildings & grounds on 7,8 & 9 June 2014 - a festival of theatre, dance, music, costumes, food, workshops, fighting, games, a masque, a feast and a costumed public procession - a special celebration of Shakespeare's life, pastimes and performance in Elizabethan England. ...
La Simphonie du Marais • Hugo Reyne flûte à bec et direction
Distributeur: Abeille Musique
Released officially on November 7 2013, already being well received by "Diapason" and "Classica", La Simphonie du Marais • Hugo Reyne offer its followers their latest Corelli CD.
Location: The Music Gallery, 97 John Street, Toronto ON, Canada
"Join with us to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of the birth of Benjamin Britten! Britten had an individual voice, but his love of baroque music is well known. In particular, he a great love of the music of composer Henry Purcell. This concert presents some of Britten original music, some of his Purcell arrangements and then some of Purcell’s own music. ...
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