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Announcing our 2022-23 Season: Forgotten Voices - A Season of Discovery

In our 34th season, we bring you more “rediscovered” works than ever, curating each program and our new Delving Deeper Episode to feature little-known composers or performers worthy of celebration. Join us to experience these centuries-old novelties!

Masterful Madames: Women Composers in the Circle of Frederick the Great

Celebrate three fabulous forgotten female composers in Frederick the Great’s circle, along with the music-loving king’s flute teacher J. J. Quantz and his concertmaster Franz Benda.

Sat, October 29, 4pm, First Parish, Sudbury - In Person


Sun, October 30, 4pm, Emmanuel Church, Boston - In Person

 

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American Originals: A Moravian Christmas

Immerse yourself in beautiful music for the season by a unique 18th-century community.
With soprano Jessica Petrus and mezzo soprano Hilary Walker

Sat, Dec. 10, 4pm, Emmanuel Church, Boston - In Person


Sun, Dec. 11, 4pm, Trinity Lutheran, Worcester - In Person

 

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Baroque Diva: A tribute to Faustina Bordoni

Delight in dazzling arias and cantatas written for superstar Faustina Bordoni.
Featuring soprano Teresa Wakim

Sat, March 11, 4pm, First Parish, Wayland - In Person


Sun, March 12, 4pm, Old South Church, Boston - In Person

 

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Into the Light: Unearthed Treasures by Christoph Graupner

Thrill to the unveiling of lost works by Christoph Graupner. We introduce you to his compositions along with works by his Darmstadt court colleagues Ernst-Louis, Fasch, and Telemann.

Sat, April 29, 4pm, Worcester Historical Museum - In Person


Sun, April 30, 4pm, Old South Church, Boston - In Person