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Handel's "Xerxes" with Pittsburgh Festival Opera #3
Jul
22
2:00pm 2:00pm

Handel's "Xerxes" with Pittsburgh Festival Opera #3

Handel's Xerxes: 

  • Conductor: Walter Morales
  • Stage Director: Daniel Ragazzi

Cast: 

  • Xerxes, King of Persia: Andrey Nemzer
  • Arsamene, His brother: Daniel Moody
  • Amastre, Xerxes' fiancée: Emily Harmon
  • Romilda, Arsamene's fiancée: Lara Lynn McGill
  • Atalanta, Romilda's sister: Bonnie Frauenthal
  • Ariodate, Romilda's father: Evan Koons
  • Elviro, Arsamene's servant: James Eder
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Handel's "Xerxes" with Pittsburgh Festival Opera #2
Jul
16
7:30pm 7:30pm

Handel's "Xerxes" with Pittsburgh Festival Opera #2

Handel's Xerxes: 

  • Conductor: Walter Morales
  • Stage Director: Daniel Ragazzi

Cast: 

  • Xerxes, King of Persia: Andrey Nemzer
  • Arsamene, His brother: Daniel Moody
  • Amastre, Xerxes' fiancée: Emily Harmon
  • Romilda, Arsamene's fiancée: Lara Lynn McGill
  • Atalanta, Romilda's sister: Bonnie Frauenthal
  • Ariodate, Romilda's father: Evan Koons
  • Elviro, Arsamene's servant: James Eder
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Handel's "Xerxes" with Pittsburgh Festival Opera #1
Jul
14
7:30pm 7:30pm

Handel's "Xerxes" with Pittsburgh Festival Opera #1

Handel's Xerxes: 

  • Conductor: Walter Morales
  • Stage Director: Daniel Ragazzi

Cast: 

  • Xerxes, King of Persia: Andrey Nemzer
  • Arsamene, His brother: Daniel Moody
  • Amastre, Xerxes' fiancée: Emily Harmon
  • Romilda, Arsamene's fiancée: Lara Lynn McGill
  • Atalanta, Romilda's sister: Bonnie Frauenthal
  • Ariodate, Romilda's father: Evan Koons
  • Elviro, Arsamene's servant: James Eder
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James Toland Vocal Competition Finals
Jun
24
7:00pm 7:00pm

James Toland Vocal Competition Finals

  • VALLEY CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS AT HOLY NAMES UNIVERSITY (map)
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JUNE 23-24, 2017
FOURTH ANNUAL JTVA VOCAL COMPETITION WEEKEND

Friday, June 23

  • 3:30 p.m.: Tier II Master Class

  • 6:00 p.m.: Tier I Master Class  - Followed by JTVA board of directors hosted reception.

Saturday, June 24

  • 3:30 p.m.: Tier II Vocal Competition Finals 

  • 7:00 p.m.: Tier I Vocal Competition Finals 

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Cantilena Choir presents "King David in Words and Music"
Jun
3
7:30pm 7:30pm

Cantilena Choir presents "King David in Words and Music"

The Cantilena Chamber Choir will present a performance of KING DAVID IN WORDS AND MUSIC Saturday, June 3rd at 7:30pm at Trinity Church, 88 Walker Street in Lenox. The concert will feature live readings by Pulitzer Prize winning author Geraldine Brooks. She will be reading from her latest international best-selling novel “The Secret Chord” about the life of King David as the choir sings music for chorus and full orchestra based on corresponding texts by and about King David.

Featured countertenor soloist, Daniel Moody, the program will be music from the Handel Oratorio Saul, the Coronation Anthem Zadok the Priest, music by Salamone Rossi, Leonard Bernstein, Arthur Honegger (from King David) and the choral masterpiece When David Heard by the immensely popular composer of contemporary choral music- Eric Whitacre. 

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Messiah Festival of the Arts
Apr
11
to Apr 17

Messiah Festival of the Arts

  • 421 North First Lindsborg, Kansas 67456 (map)
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Join Festival of the Arts for these concerts:  

1) April 11th, Tuesday Voice Recital, featuring Nola Richardson, Daniel Moody, Tyler Ray and Brendan Fitzgerald

2) April 14th, Good Friday, Bach's St. Matthew Passion

Soloists: Nola Richardson, Soprano, Daniel Moody, Countertenor, Tyler Ray, Tenor, Brendan Fitzgerald, Bass

3) April 16th, Easter Sunday, Handel's Messiah

Soloists: Nola Richardson, Soprano, Daniel Moody, Countertenor, Tyler Ray, Tenor, Brendan Fitzgerald, Bass

 

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Apollo's Fire: "Sacred Bach"
Mar
26
4:00pm 4:00pm

Apollo's Fire: "Sacred Bach"

Sacred Bach: A Spiritual Journey

Joseph Gascho, guest conductor
Apollo’s Singers

Daniel Moody, Countertenor soloist 

Other soloists TBD: 

Cantatas No. 17 & 102
Motet BWV 230, Lobet dem Herrn
Mass in G Major, BWV 236

J.S. Bach was famous for saying that the purpose of all music is “the glory of God and the refreshment of the spirit.” Guest conductor Joseph Gascho, a prize-winning harpsichordist and rising star of the American baroque scene, leads Apollo’s Fire and Apollo’s Singers in this spiritual journey.

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Apollo's Fire: "Sacred Bach"
Mar
25
8:00pm 8:00pm

Apollo's Fire: "Sacred Bach"

Sacred Bach: A Spiritual Journey

Joseph Gascho, guest conductor
Apollo’s Singers

Daniel Moody, Countertenor soloist 

Other soloists TBD: 

Cantatas No. 17 & 102
Motet BWV 230, Lobet dem Herrn
Mass in G Major, BWV 236

J.S. Bach was famous for saying that the purpose of all music is “the glory of God and the refreshment of the spirit.” Guest conductor Joseph Gascho, a prize-winning harpsichordist and rising star of the American baroque scene, leads Apollo’s Fire and Apollo’s Singers in this spiritual journey.

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Apollo's Fire: "Sacred Bach"
Mar
24
8:00pm 8:00pm

Apollo's Fire: "Sacred Bach"

Sacred Bach: A Spiritual Journey

Joseph Gaschoguest conductor
Apollo’s Singers

Daniel Moody, Countertenor soloist 

Other soloists TBD: 

Cantatas No. 17 & 102
Motet BWV 230, Lobet dem Herrn
Mass in G Major, BWV 236

J.S. Bach was famous for saying that the purpose of all music is “the glory of God and the refreshment of the spirit.” Guest conductor Joseph Gascho, a prize-winning harpsichordist and rising star of the American baroque scene, leads Apollo’s Fire and Apollo’s Singers in this spiritual journey.

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Apollo's Fire: "Sacred Bach"
Mar
23
7:30pm 7:30pm

Apollo's Fire: "Sacred Bach"

Sacred Bach: A Spiritual Journey

Joseph Gascho, guest conductor
Apollo’s Singers

Daniel Moody, Countertenor soloist 

Other soloists TBD: 

Cantatas No. 17 & 102
Motet BWV 230, Lobet dem Herrn
Mass in G Major, BWV 236

J.S. Bach was famous for saying that the purpose of all music is “the glory of God and the refreshment of the spirit.” Guest conductor Joseph Gascho, a prize-winning harpsichordist and rising star of the American baroque scene, leads Apollo’s Fire and Apollo’s Singers in this spiritual journey.

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Mark Morris: Two Operas, An Evening of Britten and Purcell (#5)
Mar
19
3:00pm 3:00pm

Mark Morris: Two Operas, An Evening of Britten and Purcell (#5)

Details:

Mark Morris: Two Operas
An Evening of Britten and Purcell

Curlew River – New York Premiere
By Benjamin Britten
MMDG Music Ensemble
Directed by Mark Morris

Dido and Aeneas
By Henry Purcell
Mark Morris Dance Group and Music Ensemble
Choreography by Mark Morris
Conducted by Mark Morris

"The coupling of Henry Purcell’s “Dido and Aeneas” and Benjamin Britten’s “Curlew River” — English music dramas composed almost three centuries apart — makes a superlative double bill."  The New York Times

This career-spanning double bill perfectly embodies Mark Morris' unwavering commitment to music and his trademark blend of emotion,rhythm, and movement. First, clad in all white, the vocalists and orchestra of the MMDG Music Ensemble unite onstage to tell Benjamin Britten's haunting parable of maternal grief in the oft-overlooked music-drama Curlew River. The original Madwoman, tenor Isaiah Bell, described by The New York Times as "ideally depicting emotional distraction with ultimate economy and glowing vocal skill," returns to the central role.

Then, sweeping across the stage in jet-black sarongs, the members of Mark Morris Dance Group revive their seminal 1989 interpretation of Dido and Aeneas, Henry Purcell's baroque tragedy of ill-fated love, with mezzo-soprano Stephanie Blythe performing the roles of Dido and the Sorceress, and Mark Morris on the podium. 

"To hear Ms. Blythe sing Dido and The Sorceress is to hear the roles anew. That astonishing voice—dark, vehement, burning—pours out with extraordinary ease throughout her range." - The New York Times

Mark Morris, Conductor (Dido and Aeneas)

Isaiah Bell, Tenor: The Madwoman (Curlew River)

Stephanie Blythe, Mezzo- Soprano: Dido / The Sorceress (Dido and Aeneas)

Sherezade Panthaki, Soprano: Belinda (Dido and Aeneas)

Yulia Van Doren, Soprano: Second woman (Dido and Aeneas)

Douglas Williams, Baritone: Ferry Man (Curlew); Aeneas (Dido)

Daniel Moody, Countertenor: Boy Spirit (Curlew); Spirit (Dido)

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Mark Morris: Two Operas, An Evening of Britten and Purcell (#4)
Mar
18
7:30pm 7:30pm

Mark Morris: Two Operas, An Evening of Britten and Purcell (#4)

Details:

Mark Morris: Two Operas
An Evening of Britten and Purcell

Curlew River – New York Premiere
By Benjamin Britten
MMDG Music Ensemble
Directed by Mark Morris

Dido and Aeneas
By Henry Purcell
Mark Morris Dance Group and Music Ensemble
Choreography by Mark Morris
Conducted by Mark Morris

"The coupling of Henry Purcell’s “Dido and Aeneas” and Benjamin Britten’s “Curlew River” — English music dramas composed almost three centuries apart — makes a superlative double bill."  The New York Times

This career-spanning double bill perfectly embodies Mark Morris' unwavering commitment to music and his trademark blend of emotion,rhythm, and movement. First, clad in all white, the vocalists and orchestra of the MMDG Music Ensemble unite onstage to tell Benjamin Britten's haunting parable of maternal grief in the oft-overlooked music-drama Curlew River. The original Madwoman, tenor Isaiah Bell, described by The New York Times as "ideally depicting emotional distraction with ultimate economy and glowing vocal skill," returns to the central role.

Then, sweeping across the stage in jet-black sarongs, the members of Mark Morris Dance Group revive their seminal 1989 interpretation of Dido and Aeneas, Henry Purcell's baroque tragedy of ill-fated love, with mezzo-soprano Stephanie Blythe performing the roles of Dido and the Sorceress, and Mark Morris on the podium. 

"To hear Ms. Blythe sing Dido and The Sorceress is to hear the roles anew. That astonishing voice—dark, vehement, burning—pours out with extraordinary ease throughout her range." - The New York Times

Mark Morris, Conductor (Dido and Aeneas)

Isaiah Bell, Tenor: The Madwoman (Curlew River)

Stephanie Blythe, Mezzo- Soprano: Dido / The Sorceress (Dido and Aeneas)

Sherezade Panthaki, Soprano: Belinda (Dido and Aeneas)

Yulia Van Doren, Soprano: Second woman (Dido and Aeneas)

Douglas Williams, Baritone: Ferry Man (Curlew); Aeneas (Dido)

Daniel Moody, Countertenor: Boy Spirit (Curlew); Spirit (Dido)

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Mark Morris: Two Operas, An Evening of Britten and Purcell (#3)
Mar
17
7:30pm 7:30pm

Mark Morris: Two Operas, An Evening of Britten and Purcell (#3)

Details:

Mark Morris: Two Operas
An Evening of Britten and Purcell

Curlew River – New York Premiere
By Benjamin Britten
MMDG Music Ensemble
Directed by Mark Morris

Dido and Aeneas
By Henry Purcell
Mark Morris Dance Group and Music Ensemble
Choreography by Mark Morris
Conducted by Mark Morris

"The coupling of Henry Purcell’s “Dido and Aeneas” and Benjamin Britten’s “Curlew River” — English music dramas composed almost three centuries apart — makes a superlative double bill."  The New York Times

This career-spanning double bill perfectly embodies Mark Morris' unwavering commitment to music and his trademark blend of emotion,rhythm, and movement. First, clad in all white, the vocalists and orchestra of the MMDG Music Ensemble unite onstage to tell Benjamin Britten's haunting parable of maternal grief in the oft-overlooked music-drama Curlew River. The original Madwoman, tenor Isaiah Bell, described by The New York Times as "ideally depicting emotional distraction with ultimate economy and glowing vocal skill," returns to the central role.

Then, sweeping across the stage in jet-black sarongs, the members of Mark Morris Dance Group revive their seminal 1989 interpretation of Dido and Aeneas, Henry Purcell's baroque tragedy of ill-fated love, with mezzo-soprano Stephanie Blythe performing the roles of Dido and the Sorceress, and Mark Morris on the podium. 

"To hear Ms. Blythe sing Dido and The Sorceress is to hear the roles anew. That astonishing voice—dark, vehement, burning—pours out with extraordinary ease throughout her range." - The New York Times

Mark Morris, Conductor (Dido and Aeneas)

Isaiah Bell, Tenor: The Madwoman (Curlew River)

Stephanie Blythe, Mezzo- Soprano: Dido / The Sorceress (Dido and Aeneas)

Sherezade Panthaki, Soprano: Belinda (Dido and Aeneas)

Yulia Van Doren, Soprano: Second woman (Dido and Aeneas)

Douglas Williams, Baritone: Ferry Man (Curlew); Aeneas (Dido)

Daniel Moody, Countertenor: Boy Spirit (Curlew); Spirit (Dido)

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Mark Morris: Two Operas, An Evening of Britten and Purcell (#2)
Mar
16
7:30pm 7:30pm

Mark Morris: Two Operas, An Evening of Britten and Purcell (#2)

Details:

Mark Morris: Two Operas
An Evening of Britten and Purcell

Curlew River – New York Premiere
By Benjamin Britten
MMDG Music Ensemble
Directed by Mark Morris

Dido and Aeneas
By Henry Purcell
Mark Morris Dance Group and Music Ensemble
Choreography by Mark Morris
Conducted by Mark Morris

"The coupling of Henry Purcell’s “Dido and Aeneas” and Benjamin Britten’s “Curlew River” — English music dramas composed almost three centuries apart — makes a superlative double bill."  The New York Times

This career-spanning double bill perfectly embodies Mark Morris' unwavering commitment to music and his trademark blend of emotion,rhythm, and movement. First, clad in all white, the vocalists and orchestra of the MMDG Music Ensemble unite onstage to tell Benjamin Britten's haunting parable of maternal grief in the oft-overlooked music-drama Curlew River. The original Madwoman, tenor Isaiah Bell, described by The New York Times as "ideally depicting emotional distraction with ultimate economy and glowing vocal skill," returns to the central role.

Then, sweeping across the stage in jet-black sarongs, the members of Mark Morris Dance Group revive their seminal 1989 interpretation of Dido and Aeneas, Henry Purcell's baroque tragedy of ill-fated love, with mezzo-soprano Stephanie Blythe performing the roles of Dido and the Sorceress, and Mark Morris on the podium. 

"To hear Ms. Blythe sing Dido and The Sorceress is to hear the roles anew. That astonishing voice—dark, vehement, burning—pours out with extraordinary ease throughout her range." - The New York Times

Mark Morris, Conductor (Dido and Aeneas)

Isaiah Bell, Tenor: The Madwoman (Curlew River)

Stephanie Blythe, Mezzo- Soprano: Dido / The Sorceress (Dido and Aeneas)

Sherezade Panthaki, Soprano: Belinda (Dido and Aeneas)

Yulia Van Doren, Soprano: Second woman (Dido and Aeneas)

Douglas Williams, Baritone: Ferry Man (Curlew); Aeneas (Dido)

Daniel Moody, Countertenor: Boy Spirit (Curlew); Spirit (Dido)

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Mark Morris: Two Operas, An Evening of Britten and Purcell (#1)
Mar
15
7:30pm 7:30pm

Mark Morris: Two Operas, An Evening of Britten and Purcell (#1)

Details:

Mark Morris: Two Operas
An Evening of Britten and Purcell

Curlew River – New York Premiere
By Benjamin Britten
MMDG Music Ensemble
Directed by Mark Morris

Dido and Aeneas
By Henry Purcell
Mark Morris Dance Group and Music Ensemble
Choreography by Mark Morris
Conducted by Mark Morris

"The coupling of Henry Purcell’s “Dido and Aeneas” and Benjamin Britten’s “Curlew River” — English music dramas composed almost three centuries apart — makes a superlative double bill."  The New York Times

This career-spanning double bill perfectly embodies Mark Morris' unwavering commitment to music and his trademark blend of emotion,rhythm, and movement. First, clad in all white, the vocalists and orchestra of the MMDG Music Ensemble unite onstage to tell Benjamin Britten's haunting parable of maternal grief in the oft-overlooked music-drama Curlew River. The original Madwoman, tenor Isaiah Bell, described by The New York Times as "ideally depicting emotional distraction with ultimate economy and glowing vocal skill," returns to the central role.

Then, sweeping across the stage in jet-black sarongs, the members of Mark Morris Dance Group revive their seminal 1989 interpretation of Dido and Aeneas, Henry Purcell's baroque tragedy of ill-fated love, with mezzo-soprano Stephanie Blythe performing the roles of Dido and the Sorceress, and Mark Morris on the podium. 

"To hear Ms. Blythe sing Dido and The Sorceress is to hear the roles anew. That astonishing voice—dark, vehement, burning—pours out with extraordinary ease throughout her range." - The New York Times

Mark Morris, Conductor (Dido and Aeneas)

Isaiah Bell, Tenor: The Madwoman (Curlew River)

Stephanie Blythe, Mezzo- Soprano: Dido / The Sorceress (Dido and Aeneas)

Sherezade Panthaki, Soprano: Belinda (Dido and Aeneas)

Yulia Van Doren, Soprano: Second woman (Dido and Aeneas)

Douglas Williams, Baritone: Ferry Man (Curlew); Aeneas (Dido)

Daniel Moody, Countertenor: Boy Spirit (Curlew); Spirit (Dido)

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Trident Ensemble "Crossroads: Music from Georgia"
Feb
4
7:30pm 7:30pm

Trident Ensemble "Crossroads: Music from Georgia"

Trident is an artist led chamber vocal ensemble dedicated to the highest level of expression and thought-provoking programs. Via the lens of a cappella music, Trident creates musical narratives highlighting the connective thread of human expression as it appears throughout history. Through its subscription concert series and educational outreach in partnership with the Church of St. Mary the Virgin Times Square, Trident aspires to foster lasting relationships in communities throughout the east coast.

 

 

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Cantata Profana presents "The Lover in Winter"
Jan
21
7:30pm 7:30pm

Cantata Profana presents "The Lover in Winter"

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Cantata Profana: The Lover in Winter

From Cantata Profana:

We're thrilled to be back on Lex54's concert series this year in the stylish atrium of St. Peter's Church in Midtown! From Thomas Adès' The Lover in Winter, for countertenor and piano, flows a program of ardent songs, exquisite song cycles, and wintry expressions of love and yearning. Brahms viola songs, Schumann romances, and Arvo Pärt mix with Lukas Foss' Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird, for soprano, flute, percussion, and piano, and George Crumb's Night of the Four Moons, for alto, percussion, flute, banjo, and electric cello.

Musicians: 


Jacob Ashworth, violin

Colin Brookes, viola

Hannah Collins, electric cello

Lee Dionne, Daniel Schlosberg, piano

Doug Perry, percussion

Arash Noori, banjo

Jesse Han, flute

Jessica Petrus, soprano

Sara Couden, alto

Daniel Moody, countertenor

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"Renaissance Christmas" with EM/NY
Dec
25
7:30pm 7:30pm

"Renaissance Christmas" with EM/NY

EARLY MUSIC NEW YORK - FREDERICK RENZ, DIRECTOR (EM/NY) reaps international acclaim for vibrant and provocative performances of historically informed repertoire from the medieval through the classical eras. Presented by the Early Music Foundation, EM/NY performs its subscription programs "In-Residence" at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine as well as theFirst Church of Christ, Scientist. In addition, EM/NY is frequently invited to perform for The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Cloisters, the Pierpont Morgan Library, Hayden Planetarium, Columbia University, The New York Botanical Garden, Century Club, as well as other select New York City venues. Join EM/NY for their annual Renaissance Christmas!

More info and tickets at https://www.earlymusicny.org/orders.php

 

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"Renaissance Christmas" with EM/NY
Dec
25
2:00pm 2:00pm

"Renaissance Christmas" with EM/NY

EARLY MUSIC NEW YORK - FREDERICK RENZ, DIRECTOR (EM/NY) reaps international acclaim for vibrant and provocative performances of historically informed repertoire from the medieval through the classical eras. Presented by the Early Music Foundation, EM/NY performs its subscription programs "In-Residence" at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine as well as theFirst Church of Christ, Scientist. In addition, EM/NY is frequently invited to perform for The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Cloisters, the Pierpont Morgan Library, Hayden Planetarium, Columbia University, The New York Botanical Garden, Century Club, as well as other select New York City venues.  Join EM/NY for their annual Renaissance Christmas!

More info and tickets at https://www.earlymusicny.org/orders.php

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"Renaissance Christmas" with EM/NY
Dec
18
2:00pm 2:00pm

"Renaissance Christmas" with EM/NY

EARLY MUSIC NEW YORK - FREDERICK RENZ, DIRECTOR (EM/NY) reaps international acclaim for vibrant and provocative performances of historically informed repertoire from the medieval through the classical eras. Presented by the Early Music Foundation, EM/NY performs its subscription programs "In-Residence" at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine as well as theFirst Church of Christ, Scientist. In addition, EM/NY is frequently invited to perform for The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Cloisters, the Pierpont Morgan Library, Hayden Planetarium, Columbia University, The New York Botanical Garden, Century Club, as well as other select New York City venues. Join EM/NY for their annual Renaissance Christmas!

More info and tickets at https://www.earlymusicny.org/orders.php

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"Renaissance Christmas" with EM/NY
Dec
11
2:00pm 2:00pm

"Renaissance Christmas" with EM/NY

EARLY MUSIC NEW YORK - FREDERICK RENZ, DIRECTOR (EM/NY) reaps international acclaim for vibrant and provocative performances of historically informed repertoire from the medieval through the classical eras. Presented by the Early Music Foundation, EM/NY performs its subscription programs "In-Residence" at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine as well as theFirst Church of Christ, Scientist. In addition, EM/NY is frequently invited to perform for The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Cloisters, the Pierpont Morgan Library, Hayden Planetarium, Columbia University, The New York Botanical Garden, Century Club, as well as other select New York City venues. Join EM/NY for their annual Renaissance Christmas!

More info and tickets at https://www.earlymusicny.org/orders.php

 

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"Renaissance Christmas" with EM/NY
Dec
10
7:30pm 7:30pm

"Renaissance Christmas" with EM/NY

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EARLY MUSIC NEW YORK - FREDERICK RENZ, DIRECTOR (EM/NY) reaps international acclaim for vibrant and provocative performances of historically informed repertoire from the medieval through the classical eras. Presented by the Early Music Foundation, EM/NY performs its subscription programs "In-Residence" at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine as well as the First Church of Christ, Scientist. In addition, EM/NY is frequently invited to perform for The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Cloisters, the Pierpont Morgan Library, Hayden Planetarium, Columbia University, The New York Botanical Garden, Century Club, as well as other select New York City venues.  Join EM/NY for their annual Renaissance Christmas!

More info and tickets at https://www.earlymusicny.org/orders.php

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