Schedule

  • Sun
    06
    Jul
    2014
    Mon
    28
    Jul
    2014
    Multiple locations

    Hawaii Performing Arts Festival:

    July 6-28

    Last Five Years, Handel's Giulio Cesare,  Great Performances at Davies Chapel, and Britten's Turn of the Screw.

    Concerts and Events

  • Fri
    18
    Jul
    2014
  • Sun
    03
    Aug
    2014
    8:00 pmt. Mark's Episcopal Church at 3rd & A Streets, SE in Washington, DC, just behind the Library of Congress on Capitol Hill

    LOUIS XIV's BASSOON presents the East Coast premiere of 5 five new suites from the manuscript discovered by Jeffrey Cohan in Paris which details "the little concerts given for his Majesty in the evenings” in 1713. Several of the 67 suites which were “collected and put in order by Philidor le Pere", Louis XIV's music librarian Andre Danican Philidor l'ainé, were premiered last year and included in last year's festival, and this year's presentation of 5 additional suites is performed with bassoonist Anna Marsh, baroque flutist Jeffrey Cohan and violist Steve Creswell, all of whom performed this new group of suites for the first time in 8 performances in the Pacific Northwest in March, in this CHCMF performance with the addition of violinist Marlisa Del Cid Woods.

    http://www.chcmf.org

  • Fri
    08
    Aug
    2014
    7:00 pmDominion-Chalmers United Church 355 Cooper Street Ottawa ON K2P 0G8

    How better to conclude our 20th anniversary celebration than with the most famous concerti of the Baroque? This ground-breaking interpretation by Ensemble Caprice intersperses Shostakovich’s Op. 87 preludes, which were deeply influenced by Bach but hold to their own musical language. Travel from 18th century Germany to 20th century Russia and witness the Baroque master communicating with his modern counterpart. Fascinating!
    Closing Night: The Brandenburg Concertos - Ottawa Chamberfest

  • Wed
    20
    Aug
    2014
    Sun
    24
    Aug
    2014
  • Thu
    18
    Sep
    2014
    Sun
    21
    Sep
    2014

    September 18th-21st

    "I have rarely heard Vivaldi played with such hair-raising fizz and frenzy... Rodolfo Richter worked miracles of dexterity." LONDON TIMES

    Enjoy a thrilling and festive season opener directed by Brazilian-born Rodolfo Richter of the Academy of Ancient Music. Richter is featured in Vivaldi's exotic concerto Il grosso mogul. Handel's Music for the Royal Fireworks ends our concert with a bang!

    Handel Fireworks | Tafelmusik

  • Mon
    06
    Oct
    2014
    Thu
    09
    Oct
    2014

    Jean-Philippe Rameau's
    Les Fêtes de l'Hymen et de l'Amour ou Les Dieux d'Égypte:
    The Celebration of Marriage and Love (or the Gods of Egypt)
    Current Season 2014-2015

  • Wed
    08
    Oct
    2014
    1:00 pmSt. Paul's Chapel

    Bach at 1pm at St. Paul's Chapel.
    Trinity Church

  • Tue
    28
    Oct
    2014

    "The Muskateers" An Oboe Band Concert
    Les Délices

  • Sat
    01
    Nov
    2014

    November 1st, "The American Dream"
    Early Music Guild

  • Mon
    08
    Dec
    2014
    7:30 pm20th Century Club

    Pittsburgh Chamber Music Society

    Masters of the Baroque
    Following our successful co-presentation of Bach's Brandenburg Concertos in 2013, we're thrilled to be partnering again with Chatham Baroque to bring to life some of the most celebrated and loved music of the high Baroque: the Orchestra Suites of J.S. Bach, Concerti Grossi of Handel and Corelli, and concertos by J.S. Bach, Vivaldi, and Telemann.

     

    Tickets for this concert will be available in the fall, and will be sold by Chatham Baroque.
    Please call Chatham Baroque at (412) 687-1788 for details.

  • Tue
    16
    Dec
    2014
    Tue
    23
    Dec
    2014

    A Renaissance Christmas: Music of Flanders and Italy circa 1500-Folger Shakespeare Library

    In the courts of Renaissance Italy, princes vied with each other in filling their chapels with the famous singer/composers from the North. As learned polyphony helped the rulers of Florence and Ferrara display their erudition and good taste, glimmers of a more popular native Italian style started appearing, first at the court of the Sforzas in Milan. Many of these new style works honored Mary, the most popular of all saints. With voices, winds, and strings, the Consort explores the contrast between these styles in this program of seasonal music by Josquin, Ockeghem, Obrecht, and Compère.

    Pre-concert discussion with Robert Aubry Davis
    Friday, December 19, 7pm
    Free

    Early Music Seminar
    Wednesday, December 17, 6pm
    $15, light-fare reception included


Performances

  • Tue
    06
    Sep
    2016
    Tue
    13
    Sep
    2016
    Various: See Website Below

    With Jeff Cohan, Flute and Oleg Timofeyev, theorbo and lute

    http://www.bhcmf.org


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