Once again the Boston Early Music Festival (BEMF) 2013 is quickly approaching, and, if you have ever been to the BEMF, you will be aware that the week-long festival and early music tradeshow is very worth a visit. Here is a quick list of festival events ...
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(ES) 2nd International Course on Medieval and Renaissnace Music Morella 2013 (ICMRM) (19-25 Jul 2013)
Location: Castellón (ES)
"During the weekend (July 19th to 21th) will be held as a festival, filled with concerts and other activities as an educational exhibition of lutheria by the Spanish Society of Vihuela, a fringe by students or a medieval dinner. The other days will develop the lessons and activities of the course, among which include workshops, lectures, concerts and guided tours of the historic Morella, all conjugated to promote tourism and the cultural aspect of the city. ...
Location: Toulouse and misc. (FR)
If you are in the region of Toulouse, France, a reminder to check the "Les Passions Orchestre Baroque, Jean-Marc Andrieu" busy concert schedule.
19 April 2013 - Théâtre Paul Eluard à Cugnaux "Folies d'hier et d'aujourd'hui"
9 May 2013 - Halle aux Grains de Toulouse "Le Chevalier de Saint-George, homme de pique et musicien de cœur"
12 May 2013 - Orangerie de Rochemontès à Seilh "Une Soirée chez Ingres"
Location: Olowianka Str., 180-751 Gdańsk (PL) Opening Concert of the Gdańsk Music Festival Thomas Hobbs - Evangelist Matthias Lutze - Jesus Cappella Amsterdam Il Gardellino Daniel Reuss - conductor For this concert, Il Gardellino travels to Gdańsk (PL) combining forces with the Capella Amsterdam and Daniel Reuss, condutor.
Location: Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
Music and storytelling join forces in this concert. Nota Bene Baroque Players, in partnership with the Shadow Puppet Theatre and guest narrator Ted Follows explores in words, music and images one of the oldest sources of artistic inspiration: Grimm's Fairy Tales: "The Bremen Town Musicians".
"At the end of the 13th century, Johannes de Grocheo wrote that the motet was “not intended for the vulgar who do not understand its finer points and derive no pleasure from hearing it: it is meant for educated people and those who look for refinement in art"...
Monteverdi's Orfeo under the musical and pedagogical direction of Leonardo García Alarcón.
For its 20th production, the Ambronay European Baroque Academy returns to the origins of opera, to the foundations of this baroque repertoire which it has championed passionately since its inception...