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(CA) Arion Baroque Orchestra Concert: "Christmas Symphonies" (21 Dec 2012)

Contributed by admin on Dec 14, 2012

(From a recent Arion Baroque Orchestra newsletter)

Christmas: a time of rejoicing, enchantingly depicted by Michel Corrette! Celebrate our kick-off to the holidays with Arion as we perform excerpts of Corrette's Symphonies des Noëls.

Chantal Rémillard and Tanya LaPerrière baroque violin; Jacques-André Houle, viola; Amanda Keesmaat, cello; Mélisande McNabney, harpsichord …


(US) Opera Today CD Review: "1612 Italian Vespers" (Reviewer: Claire Seymour, 10 Nov 2012)

Contributed by Admin on Dec 10, 2012
“Following their 2011 Decca recording of Striggio’s Mass in 40 Parts (1566), I Fagiolini continue their quest to unearth lost treasures of the High Renaissance and early Baroque, …
  

(US) Women's Antique Vocal Ensemble (WAVE) Christmas Concert (21 Dec 2012)

Contributed by Admin on Dec 07, 2012

Location: St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 2300 Bancroft Way, Berkeley CA, USA

“The Women’s Antique Vocal Ensemble (WAVE) and the men of the Schola Cantorum of St. Albert Priory will present their annual Christmas concert following the customary format of a Festival of Lessons and Carols sung at King’s College, Cambridge, England since 1918. The performance includes works by Viadana, Cozzolani, Pitoni, Berlioz, Duruflé, and Lauridsen, music from 13th & 14th century England, and traditional Christmas carols with audience participation. Please join us for an evening of ancient and traditional holiday music.“


(US) San Francisco Renaissance Voices (SFRV) 3rd Annual Boar's Head Festival and Mid-Winter Gala (5,6 Jan 2013)

Contributed by Admin on Dec 07, 2012

Locations:

  • 5 Jan - Seventh Avenue Presbyterian Church, 1329 Seventh Avenue, San Francisco CA, USA
  • 6 Jan - First Lutheran Church, 600 Homer, Palo Alto CA, USA

“San Francisco Renaissance Voices, under the direction of Katherine McKee, Assistant Music Director, combines our two most popular events this year for a grand celebration of Twelfth Night and Mid-Winter presided over by her Royal Majesty, Queen Elizabeth I! 

San Francisco Renaissance Voices will be joined by Phantom of the Opera's Susan Gundunas, soprano, Diana Rowan, Celtic harp and Adam Cockerham, theorbo.  …
    


(US) Amberican Bach Soloists (ABS), Jeffrey Thomas-Artistic Director Concert: Handel's Messiah in Grace Cathedral (20, 21, 22 Dec 2012)

Contributed by Admin on Dec 01, 2012

Location: Grace Cathedral, San Francisco CA, USA

“Always a sell-out, year after year, ABS's performances of Handel's enduring masterwork are celebrated as one of Northern California's most treasured holiday traditions. A superb quartet of vocal soloists and the American Bach Choir …


(FR) Yasuko Uyama-Bouvard, Fortepiano and Organ Concert (9 Dec 2012)

Contributed by Admin on Nov 25, 2012

Location: L’église Saint-Pierre-des-Charteux de Toulouse, Toulouse FR

Yasuko Uyama-Bouvard will present a concert (free entry) of fortepiano and organ on the occasion of the première release of her new CD “Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) - Dans la bibliothèque des Esterházy” (Hortus label).


(CA) Arion Baroque Orchestra Concert: "Bach: A Family Affair" (7, 8, 9 Dec 2012)

Contributed by Admin on Nov 23, 2012

(From a recent Arion Baroque Orchestra newsletter)

Arion has the great pleasure of welcoming Alexander Weimann, renowned harpsichordist, to the stage during this year’s Montreal Bach Festival.  Accompanied by Arion’s musicians, along with flautist Claire Guimond and harpsichordist Hank Knox, the impressive harmonic rigour of  J.S Bach will be united with the audacity and ardour of his sons… for your utmost enjoyment.” …
  


(UK) Chapelle du Roi Concert: "New Lamps for Old -- Christmas with Chapelle du Roi" (7 Dec 2012)

Contributed by Admin on Nov 23, 2012

Location: St.John’s, Smith Square, London SW1P 3HA

“Christmas has inspired composers for more than five hundred years. The legacy of English composers is rich and varied.

In recent years a ‘Second English Renaissance’ has seen contemporary composers taking inspiration from plainchant, secular carols and polyphonic masterworks of the sixteenth century. Chapelle du Roi explores the links between works by Tallis, Shappard, Palestrina and Guerrero & contemporary English composers including Robert Hugill, Daniel Burges, Nicholas O.Neill, David Braid, Anthony Mudge, Antony Pitts and Roxanna Panufnik. The result is a balance of sumptuous textures and harmonies and contrasting approaches to the great Christmas texts. …

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