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      Jordi Savall

      Jordi Savall / Dialogue of Souls: Music of the Muslims, Jews, and Christians of the Mediterranean

      After the fall in the 16th century of Sepharad and Al-Andalus in what is now Spain, the Mediterranean Sea, which previously had been the center of the cultural universe, was reduced to a battlefield and barrier separating cultures. Jordi Savall and Hesperiòn XXI explore the music arising from the Jewish, Muslim, and Christian traditions of […]

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      Concentus Musicus Wien (photo: Joachim Baumann)

      Concentus Musicus Wien & Baroque Austria!

      The Vienna Concentus Musicus, founded in 1953 by the late Nikolaus Harnoncourt, offers a program of works by Romanus Weichlein, Georg Muffat, and Johann Joseph Fux: Baroque composers active in Austria. There’s also an excursion to England to hear the Dioclesian Suite of Henry Purcell. The opening concert of the 2016 Stockholm Early Music Festival, […]

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      Recent Programs

      La Grande Chappelle

      La Grande Chappelle

      La Grande Chapelle and Juan García Salazar

      Vocal Ensemble La Grande Chappelle and organist Herman Stinders present motets, hymns, psalms, and antiphons by the Basque composer Juan García de Salazar, one of the most important and recognized of 17th-century Iberian composers. Recorded live in concert August 3, 2012 at the Virgin of Ribera Church, La Pobla de Segur, Lleida, Spain, as part […]

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      Ensemble La Galanía

      Ensemble La Galanía

      Love Songs by Antonio Cesti

      Tonight on Baroque&Before, La Galanía presents Alma Mia, a recital devoted to the works of Antonio Cesti, the 17th-century tenor and composer who was forced to choose between the sacred and the secular. La Galanía presents love songs selected from Cesti’s 100 operas and 60 chamber cantatas. PROGRAM Antonio Cesti (1623-1669) L’Argia: Alma mia La […]

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      Alamire Chamber Chorus

      Alamire Chamber Chorus

      Song of Songs: Alamire Chamber Chorus in Sacred Works by Palestrina

      Under the direction of David Skinner, Alamire Chamber Chorus interlaces selections from two of Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina’s most revered and iconic works: the “parody mass” after L’Héritier; Missa Nigra Sum, and motets from Canticum Canticorum. Recorded live in concert July 21, 2013, Abbey Church, Maria Laach, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. PROGRAM   L’Héritier: Nigra sum Palestrina: Missa Nigra […]

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      ECHO Rising Star Erik Bosgraaf

      ECHO Rising Star Erik Bosgraaf

      Bosgraaf and Corti play Handel and Bach

      Works by Bach and Handel presented by Erik Bosgraaf, recorder, and Francesco Corti, harpsichord. Eric Bosgraaf presented by the Amsterdam Concertgebouw and Brussels Palais des Beaux Arts (BOZAR) as part of the European Concert Hall Organization (ECHO) Rising stars series. Recorded live in concert April 26, 2012 at Oriol Martorell Hall, L’Auditori, Barcelona as part […]

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