“The Toronto Consort launches its 40th anniversary season on October 19 and 20 with The Tudors, a concert program inspired by the music of Tudor England, culminating with Thomas Tallis’ rarely-heard, magnificent 40-part motet Spem in alium. Members of Toronto’s Tallis Choir join the Consort for this special performance…
(UK) Cambridge University Press Recently Published: "Venice, History of the Floating City" (Joanne M. Ferraro, San Diego State University)
Publication date:July 2012
“This book is a sweeping historical portrait of the floating city of Venice from its foundations to the present day. Joanne M. Ferraro considers Venice's unique construction within an amphibious environment and identifies the Asian, European, and North African exchange networks that made it a vibrant and ethnically diverse Mediterranean cultural center. Incorporating recent scholarly insights, the author discusses key themes related to the city's social, cultural, religious, and environmental history, as well as its politics and economy. …
(From the latest ArkivMusic newsletter 10 Oct 2012)
“Do you thrive on drama, spectacle, and glorious voices like Bartoli, Kaufmann, Fleming, and Flórez? Then get ready for ArkivMusic's Fall Opera Sale, with every complete opera on sale -- DVD and Blu-ray, too! Plus, we have a select group of specially priced vocal recitals. If you can't afford the orchestra seats, our large selection of clearance opera CDs and clearance vocal recitals offers plenty of great music at tremendous discounts. Plus, we have over 100 clearance opera DVDs & Blu-rays at our best prices ever -- up to 75% off!…”
Location: St David's Anglican Church, 49 Donlands Ave. Toronto ON
I FURIOSI kicks off the season with a nod to all we have lost - people, time, places and things. Works by Rameau, Blow, Leclair and more...
Location: Montaigu (85), théâtre de Thalie
Hugo Reyne, flûtes et direction; Léonor Leprêtre, soprano; Guillemette Laurens, mezzo-soprano; Aimery Lefèvre, basse ; La Simphonie du Marais
The journey starts in Versailles in 1987 by French music enthusiast, Hugo Reyne who paid homage to Lully at the first concert organized for the tercentenary of the death of his genius and the very young “Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles”…
(US) Opera Today Review: "Mozart’s Ghost finds its Way through Das Labyrinth" (Rebecca Schmid, 6 Oct 2012)
(From a recent Opera Today newsletter item)
“W.A. Mozart, despite a historically antagonistic relationship with his city of birth, retains an omnipresence in Salzburg that emerges in full force with each iteration of the illustrious summer festival…
Location: Holy Trinity Church, Trinity Street, Hastings, UK
Tickets: Free Admission
A programme of Baroque organ and vocal music for one hour, followed by refreshments. The timing is ideal for those who would like to come to the concert, have a cup of tea and some finger food and then watch the Fireworks.
Our guest soloist will be young tenor Hiroshi Kanazawa, who is beginning his career after leaving music college, but has already won numerous prizes. He will sing Scherza, Infida from Handel's opera Ariodante, and we are looking forward very much to his performance. Furthermore …
(From the latest The Sixteen Newsletter)
“This week saw the release of the second disc in our award-winning Palestrina series. Each disc is based on a theme: the first on the theme of the Assumption and this new disc on the theme of the nativity. Alongside the festive motet and mass, Hodie Christus natus est, is Palestrina’s motet O magnum mysterium, some of his settings of the Song of Songs and his Magnificat Quinti toni…
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