Announcing our 2020-21 Concert Series

EMBRACING CHANGE

New realities and an uncertain future demand innovation. Join us as we

REIMAGINE the concert experience

DISCOVER the delights

Tune in from ANYWHERE

ABOUT OUR ALL-VIRTUAL CONCERT SERIES

  • Virtual concert hall optimized for an engaging experience
  • High-quality immersive audio 
  • 60-minute concerts complete with on-screen titles, “notes” on the program, artist interviews, and behind-the scenes footage  

The Concert Series’ 60-minute performances will premiere on Thursday nights and include a live post-concert Q&A session with select artists. Each concert program will be available to stream on-demand for approximately 10 days following the premiere. Audiences can also join the artists for a celebratory online “closing reception” complete with additional live performances the following Sunday.

Embracing Change’s Concert Series includes:

BEWITCHED

Thurs Oct 22 at 7:30pm PREMIERE
[Available on demand through Sunday Nov 1]

Rising-star soprano Hannah DePriest gives voice to the sorceress Circe in a bone-chilling cantata by Colin de Blamont and wreaks vengeance as the witch Medea in works by Clérambault and Charpentier.

NOEL, NOEL 

Thurs Dec 10 at 7:30pm PREMIERE
[Available on demand through Wednesday Dec 23]

Timely and intimate, Les Délices creates a holiday special that blends heartfelt Carols, poetry, and excerpts from Charpentier’s Midnight Mass that’s sure to be among the most alluring Christmas music concerts of the season.

GAMES & GROUNDS

Thurs Feb 18 at 7:30pm PREMIERE
[Available on demand through Sunday Feb 28]

A fun and exuberant program featuring viola da gamba virtuoso Mélisande Corriveau in works by Marin Marais, Jean-Féry Rebel, and others.

MACHAUT’S LAI OF THE FOUNTAIN 

Thurs Apr 8 at 7:30pm PREMIERE
[Available on demand through Sunday April 18]

Guillaume de Machaut’s flowing melodies become brilliant rainbows when refracted into three-voice canons in his Lai of the Fountain. Produced in collaboration with Boston’s Blue Heron.

Subscriptions ($80-$150) and single tickets ($5-$20) will be available via Les Délices’ website (www.lesdelices.org) starting July 1.