Under the Influence!British conductor and harpsichordist Ian Watson guides you on an intoxicating tour of music by composers who left their home country for pastures new. Watson, formerly Director of Music at St James Church, Piccadilly, London, is Director of Music at the Cathedral of St. Paul, Worcester, MA, and principal keyboard with the Handel and Haydn Society.
From a recent il Gardellino newsletter news item:
il Gardellino announces the release of their latest CD recording “Solo Cantatas for Bass”.
BWV 82, 158, 56, 203
il Gardellino & Dominik Wörner (Bass)
Location: First Presbyterian Church, 8001 Mesa Drive, Austing TX, US
TEMP (Texas Early Music Project):
“Experience the beauty, brilliance, and passion that the best composers from Italy, France, and England instilled in opera, from its intimate beginnings in the late 16th century through the High Baroque virtuosity of Handel. Opening night only: a special appearance by countertenor Ryland Angel. …”
Location: Park Avenue Christian Church, 1010 Park Avenue at 85th Street, New York, NY US
“On Wednesday, October 16th, Clarion opens its 2013-14 season and the inaugural Clarion Orchestra Series at Park Avenue Christian Church with a program of works that range from the surprisingly unknown to the long-celebrated.
Under the direction of artistic director Steven Fox, the Orchestra begins with Franz Joseph Haydn’s ‘Overtura Covent Garden’, an exhilarating yet underperformed work dating from Haydn’s happy and rewarding London years that also produced some of his most beloved symphonies.
News on the Northern Recorder Course (NRC) website of a change of venue for its 2014 workshop session. The venue will relocate from Bawtry Hall, the Northern Recorder Course to Hothorpe Hall.
“Now in its 49th year, this course offers a relaxed, supportive and friendly environment for recorder players of all abilities to make music. …”
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