UPCOMING SHOWS

Tempesta di Mare

04.20.18 |8PM

Arlington, VA US

Artist Recital: Art of the Fugue
Gwyn Roberts, Priscilla Herreid, Héloïse Degrugillier and Rainer Beckmann, recorders
Four Tempesta recorder virtuosi inhabit Bach’s iconic, encyclopaedic and unfinished last word on the musical form most associated with him: the fugue.

workshop for recorder players

04.21.18 |9:30AM - 4:30PM

Arlington, VA US

Tempesta di Mare leads a recorder workshop on Preludes and Fugues. For recorder players

Bach at One - Trinity Choir and Baroque Orchestra

04.23.18 |1PM

New York, NY US

BWV 104 - Du Hirte Israel, höre
BWV 6 - Bleib bei uns, denn es will Abend werden

Yale Schola Cantorum

04.27.18 |7:30PM

New Haven, CT US

J.S. Bach’s St. John Passion, arranged by Robert Schumann
Presented in conjunction with the American Bach Society conference

Bach at One - Trinity Choir and Baroque Orchestra

04.30.18 |1PM

New York, NY US

BWV 8 - Liebster Gott, wann werd' ich sterben
BWV 113 - Herr Jesu Christ, der höchstes Gut
Leipzig Chorales and Preludes and Fugues - selections

Handel + Haydn Society

05.04.18 |7:30PM

Boston, MA US

Handel: Hercules
Continuing his acclaimed cycle of Handel oratorios, Harry Christophers leads all forces in Hercules, the tempestuous tale of the mighty hero returning home from war and reconnecting with the life he left behind. Jealousy, remorse, and one of the greatest mad scenes ever composed—it’s Handel at the peak of his powers.

Handel + Haydn Society

05.06.18 |3PM

Boston, MA US

Handel: Hercules
Continuing his acclaimed cycle of Handel oratorios, Harry Christophers leads all forces in Hercules, the tempestuous tale of the mighty hero returning home from war and reconnecting with the life he left behind. Jealousy, remorse, and one of the greatest mad scenes ever composed—it’s Handel at the peak of his powers.

Piffaro and ensemble Peregrina

05.11.18 |7:30PM

Philadelphia, PA US

The Polish Connection
East meets West and West meets East when the singers of Schola Cantorum Basiliensis-based ensemble Peregrina join Piffaro.
Listen to a fascinating tale of cultural cross-pollination between western and eastern composers, between Reformation and Counterreformation, from the late medieval period into the early 17th century.
We will sample this interaction with chant, motets, traditional tunes, dances, instrumental canzonas and ricercars to paint a vivid picture of music making in Slavic lands from the 12thcentury through the main Renaissance.

Piffaro and ensemble Peregrina

05.12.18 |7:30PM

Philadelphia, PA US

The Polish Connection
East meets West and West meets East when the singers of Schola Cantorum Basiliensis-based ensemble Peregrina join Piffaro.
Listen to a fascinating tale of cultural cross-pollination between western and eastern composers, between Reformation and Counterreformation, from the late medieval period into the early 17th century.
We will sample this interaction with chant, motets, traditional tunes, dances, instrumental canzonas and ricercars to paint a vivid picture of music making in Slavic lands from the 12thcentury through the main Renaissance.

Piffaro and ensemble Peregrina

05.13.18 |3PM

Wilmington, DE US

The Polish Connection
East meets West and West meets East when the singers of Schola Cantorum Basiliensis-based ensemble Peregrina join Piffaro.
Listen to a fascinating tale of cultural cross-pollination between western and eastern composers, between Reformation and Counterreformation, from the late medieval period into the early 17th century.
We will sample this interaction with chant, motets, traditional tunes, dances, instrumental canzonas and ricercars to paint a vivid picture of music making in Slavic lands from the 12thcentury through the main Renaissance.

Tempesta di Mare

05.19.18 |8PM

Philadelphia, PA US

River Music
Bach and Telemann on Water's Edge
A joyful and festive Bach birthday cantata for ruler August II, “Schleicht, spielende Wellen," whose four soloists—Laura Heimes, Meg Bragle, Aaron Sheehan and Randall Scarlata—each personify a river to acclaim the good they bring to the realm. Plus Telemann’s Hamburger Ebb’ und Fluth – a grand orchestral portrayal of tides, merry boat-people and watermen falling in love.

Tempesta di Mare

05.20.18 |4PM

Philadelphia, PA US

River Music
Bach and Telemann on Water's Edge
A joyful and festive Bach birthday cantata for ruler August II, “Schleicht, spielende Wellen," whose four soloists—Laura Heimes, Meg Bragle, Aaron Sheehan and Randall Scarlata—each personify a river to acclaim the good they bring to the realm. Plus Telemann’s Hamburger Ebb’ und Fluth – a grand orchestral portrayal of tides, merry boat-people and watermen falling in love.

The Sebastians

05.24.18 |7:30PM

New York, NY US

Bach to Bach: Brandenburg Concerti and Orchestral Suites

Portland Bach Experience

06.08.18 |7PM

Falmouth, ME US

Bach Magnificat & Orchestral Suite No. 3

Portland Bach Experience

06.09.18 |7PM

Falmouth, ME US

Bach Magnificat and Orchestral Suite No. 3

Portland Bach Experience

06.10.18 |3PM

Falmouth, ME US

Bach Magnificat and Orchestral Suite No. 3

Portland Bach Experience

06.11.18 |7PM

Portland, ME US

Bach, Handel, and Telemann. Featuring Priscilla Herreid

Handel + Haydn Society

06.15.18 |7:30PM

New London, CT US

Handel's Acis and Galatea

Bach Virtuosi Festival

06.17.18 |7:30PM

Portland, ME US

Cello Suite in C Major
Concerto for Three Violins in D Major, BWV 1064R
BWV 229 - Komm, Jesu, Komm
BWV 70 - Wachet! Betet! Betet! Wachet!

Bach Virtuosi Festival

06.21.18 |7:30PM

Portland, ME US

J.S. Bach: Sacred and Profane
Violin Sonata, BWV 1017
BWV 170 - Vergnügte Ruh, beliebte Seelenlust
Flute Sonata in E minor
BWV 202 - Weichet nur, betrübte Schatten

Connecticut Early Music Festival

06.24.18 |5PM

New London, CT US

All Mozart
Exsultate Jubilate, K. 165, featuring soprano Teresa Wakim
Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major, K. 467 featuring Ian Watson, fortepiano
Symphony No. 41 in C major, K. 551

Madison Early Music Festival

07.07.18 to 07.14.18 |

Madison, WI US

In 2018, our 19th season, the Madison Early Music Festival (MEMF) will present A Cabinet of Curiosities: Journey to Lübeck, exploring the 500th anniversary of the Reformation and how the changes in religion and 16th century printed materials, including music, changed the world. MEMF will feature music from Northern Germany, including Italian and German sacred music from the recently discovered Choir Library at the Marienkirche (St. Mary’s Church) in Lübeck.

The musical history of the Marienkirche began in the 14th century, and by the late 1600s included a legacy of organists, including Franz Tunder and Dietrich Buxtehude. Buxtehude attracted musicians from all over Europe, including George Frideric Handel, Georg Phillipp Telemann, and Johann Sebastian Bach.

Join us from July 7-14, 2018, and experience a full week of music, history, and culture from Northern Germany, through classes, lectures, dances, and concerts taught and performed by some of the world’s finest early music performers and scholars.

In addition to a 6-event Festival Concert Series, lectures and workshops provide participants with opportunities to learn and practice instrumental and vocal skills, become familiar with historical performance practices and repertoire, learn about the featured music through the lenses of history and culture, and perform with other participants and faculty artists. Courses are offered for players and singers of all skill levels and advanced registration is required.

Piffaro

07.08.18 |7:30PM

Madison, WI US

Back Before Bach: A Musical Journey

Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra

07.21.18 |8PM

Norfolk, CT US

Storm the Shed with Telemann’s Tafelmusik and Handel’s Water Music, fresh off Nic McGegan’s 300th anniversary celebration of the latter at BBC Proms. Sherezade Panthaki, Amy Freston, and Davóne Tines ignite additional Handelian fireworks for summer enchantment at the foot of the Berkshires at the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival’s Special Gala Event.

Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra

07.22.18 |4PM

Katonah, NY US

Handel's Atalanta
PBO re-animates Handel’s winsome pastoral romance Atalanta, previously recorded in 2005, with a new cast featuring Sherezade Panthaki as the conflicted Princess Atalanta, Amy Freston as her ardent suitor King Meleagro, Isaiah Bell as the passionate shepherd Aminta, and Davóne Tines as the divine messenger Mercurio. Cécile van de Sant and Philip Cutlip reprise their roles as Irene, the plucky shepherdess, and her father Nicandro.

Blue Hill Bach

07.26.18 |5PM

West Brooksville, ME US

Henry Purcell: Dido and Aeneas
a semi-staged performance of Purcell’s tragic opera masterpiece. At David Folly's Farm. Refreshments will be available.

Blue Hill Bach

07.27.18 |7PM

Bangor, ME US

Bach: Mass in B Minor, BWV 232

Blue Hill Bach

07.28.18 |7:30PM

Blue Hill, ME US

Bach's Dedications
Bach: March from BWV 207a
“Brandenburg" Concerto #5
Missa in B minor, dedicated to the Elector of Saxony, 1733
(Kyrie and Gloria from Mass in B Minor)

Blue Hill Bach

07.29.18 |6PM

Blue Hill, ME US

Festival Finale
Bach: Sinfonia from BWV 29
Mass in B minor, second part, as completed in 1749
(Symbolum Nicenum, Sanctus, Osanna, Benedictus, Agnus Dei, Dona nobis pacem)