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(FR) Ensemble Céladon Concert: Deo Gratias Anglia (13-14 apr 2012)

Contributed by Admin on Apr 07, 2012
Deo Gratias Anglia is a voyage in time and space. English Carols, Hymns, Motets … criss-cross and envelope you during this concert transporting you to the heart of the English song of the XIVth century.”
 
Anne Delafosse, soprano
Clara Coutouly, soprano
Paulin Bündgen, countertenor     
        

(US) Conference: New Beethoven Research 2012 (31 oct-01 nov 2012) (Call for Papers Deadline: 01 jun 2012)

Contributed by Admin on Apr 07, 2012

Location: Sheraton and Astor Crowne Plaza, New Orlean, Louisiana USA

“The University of Alabama School of Music, together with the University of Illinois, Wake Forest University, the American Beethoven Society, the Ira F. Brilliant Center for Beethoven Studies, and San José State University (Prof. Joanna Biermann UA, Prof. William Kinderman UIUC, Prof. David Levy WFU, Prof. William Meredith SJSU) are sponsoring a second fall conference on New Beethoven Research, to be held in New Orleans on October 31 and November 1, 2012.
       


(IT) Libreria Musicale Italiana (LIM) Easter 2012 Offers

Contributed by Admin on Apr 06, 2012

From the latest LIM newsletter (06 apr 2012):

Libreria Musicale Italiana (LIM) is offering a 15% discount and free shipping for orders placed between Friday (April 6) and Monday (April 9). LIM has quite a few early music titles in its library and publishes new titles on a regular schedule.
                   


(CA) I FURIOSI Concert: "I FURIOSI's Family Jewels" (13 apr 2012)

Contributed by Admin on Apr 06, 2012

Location: Eastminster United Church, 310 Danforth Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

“Families.  You can’t live with them, you can’t legally have them all sent to an island in the middle of the ocean.  The Baroque era saw many families of composers and musicians who tolerated each other - or didn’t.  Jed Wentz and Olivier Fortin come for the I FURIOSI dysfunctional family reunion.

Works by the Bach family, the Purcell family, the Couperin family and more.”
    


(NL) COLLEGIUM MUSICUM Den Haag (CMDH)

Contributed by Admin on Apr 05, 2012
COLLEGIUM MUSICUM Den Haag was founded in 2006 by young, talented, energetic musicians, united under the direction of Brazilian/Italian harpsichordist Claudio Ribeiro. These musicians were drawn to Holland from all over the world in order to perfect themselves with the finest, most respected musicians in Baroque music today.
                      

(DE) "Der Europäische Ballsaal _ Kurs 1" (The European Ballroom (Dancing Series) (8-9 dec 2012)

Contributed by Admin on Apr 04, 2012
Location: The dance hall at the“Tres Tangos“ dancing school in Dresden Dornblüthstraße 16, 01277 Dresden, Germany

The European Ballroom (Dancing Series) = workshops, where the Dance School .creanc. will teach you beautiful quadrilles, cotillions and national dances of the 19th century, written for the European ballroom. You will also learn about the history of the dances and the personalities connected with them. …

(US) Flowinglass Music (Recording Label)

Contributed by Admin on Apr 04, 2012
“ … Oakland-based independent record label, music production company, and recording studio Flowinglass Music was founded in 1993 by husband and wife musical team Margaret Davis and Kristoph Klover. Flowinglass Music publishes the works of Celtic rock band Avalon Rising, Celtic/Early Music group Broceliande, Celtic duo Margaret & Kristoph, and singer/harper Margaret Davis.

Recordings on the Flowinglass Music label are widely available through such outlets as iTunes, CDBaby, and Amazon, and our catalog was recently picked up for distribution by Sugo Music. Our music has been widely featured on Internet and traditional radio stations, newspapers, and magazines.
              

(FR) Jory Vinikour, Harpsichordist

Contributed by Admin on Apr 03, 2012
Jory Vinikour is recognized as one of the outstanding harpsichordists of his generation. A highly diversified career brings him to the world's most important festivals and concert halls as recital and concerto soloist, partner to several of today's finest singers, and as one of the most visible continuo performers. Born in Chicago, Jory Vinikour came to Paris on a scholarship from the Fulbright Foundation to study with Huguette Dreyfus and Kenneth Gilbert. First Prizes in the International Harpsichord Competitions of Warsaw (1993) and the Prague Spring Festival (1994) brought him to the public's attention, and he has since appeared in festivals and concert series throughout much of the world.
                     

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