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A period instrument ensemble offering rediscovered musical compositions that have been lost to audiences for centuries.

 

Join us for our Holiday program “Follow the Star”

Our Holiday Program Follow the Star showcases music written for Epiphany and shines a light on the Magi’s journey toward Bethlehem as we approach the holidays. This festive program includes selections by Telemann, Geist, and a modern day revival of Christoph Graupner's cantata Der Stern aus Jacob bricht hervor.

Vocal soloists Jessica Petrus, Catherine Hedberg, and Jason Wang join the ensemble for this festive program.

Fri., December 15, 2017, 8 pm
Emmanuel Church, 15 Newbury St., Boston

Sun., December 17, 2017, 4 pm
First Unitarian Church, 90 Main St., Worcester

Join us for our 29th Season | 2017-2018

 

Circles and Spheres of Inspiration and Influence

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Bach’s Dresden Circle

Features the trend-setting musical voices of Hasse, Buffardin, Pisendel & more whose works impressed J. S. Bach and his son Wilhelm Friedmann during their trips to the exciting cultural center of Dresden during the 1720s

October 27, 7:30, Sudbury; October 29, 3:00, Boston

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Follow the Star

Showcases music written for Epiphany and shine a light on the Magi’s journey toward Bethlehem as we approach the holidays. This festive program includes selections by Telemann, Geist, and a modern day revival of a cantata by Graupner.

December 15, 8:00, Boston; December 17, 4:00 Worcester
December 16, Gloucester

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Many Happy Returns

Explores magical melodic variation atop beautiful, repeating bass lines that circle their way through works of Couperin, Telemann, Purcell, and others. Soprano Teresa Wakim will return as soloist in this program.

March 9, 7:30, Wayland; March 10, 3:00, Boston

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Mozart and His Spheres of Influence

Features Works by Mozart, Myslivecek, Wendling, Cannabich and other musicians with whom Mozart collaborated, competed, and socialized. WCRB’s Laura Carlo reads from the colorful letters that chart Mozart’s personal and professional circles!

April 21, 8:00, Boston; April 22, 4:00, Worcester

 

Our Seventh CD has arrived. Order your copy now!

Earthly Baroque

Featuring a world premiere reconstruction of John Frederick Lampe's Cuckoo Concerto by Artistic Directors Daniel Ryan and Suzanne Stumpf, this recording project also includes our unique interpretations of Vivaldi's Goldfinch concerto, Biber's violin Sonata Representativa, and more!

 

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