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March 2020

Epic Fantasies

  • MAR 25, 2020 at 7PM - CANCELLED
    Hudson Library & Historical Society
    Hudson, OH

DUE TO COVID-19 OUTBREAK, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED AS OF MARCH 12, 2020 Presented by Hudson Library & Historical Society. Acclaimed by the New York Times for “concerts and recordings are journeys of discovery," Baroque ensemble Les Délices combines readings from poems and literary works with evocative sonatas and instrumental fantasies by François Couperin, Jean-Féry Rebel and others in…

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Caractères de la danse

  • MAR 27, 2020 at 8PM
    Bloomfield Hills, MI - CANCELLED
  • MAR 28, 2020 at 8PM
    Ann Arbor, MI - CANCELLED

Due to Covid-19 outbreak, these performances have been cancelled. Presented by Academy of Early Music. An essential element in the ballroom and on the theater stage, music for dancing is at the heart of French baroque style. Les Délices’ program includes Rebel’s brilliant Caractères de la Danse (a fantasia choreographed for a single virtuoso dancer), a scene from Rameau’s Pigmalion,…

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April 2020

Into the Labyrinth

  • POSTPONED - Details coming soon!

PERFORMANCES HAVE BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19 OUTBREAK. DETAILS ON RESCHEDULED PERFORMANCES COMING SOON! “as if a spell were cast... the world around us was changed.” - audience member Music by Marais, Clérambault, Couperin and Biber animates Aesop’s Fables and provides a soundtrack for the Countess D’Aulnoy’s 17th-Century feminist fairy tale The White Cat. This multi-media performance combining Baroque music…

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Family Program: The White Cat

  • POSTPONED - Details coming soon!
The White Cat

PERFORMANCES HAVE BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19 OUTBREAK. DETAILS ON RESCHEDULED PERFORMANCES COMING SOON! Special Family-Friendly Version of Into the Labyrinth – Kids 17 and under FREE with accompanying adult! Discover a little-known version of a beloved fairy tale at this 45-minute family-oriented performance that combines Baroque music with live puppetry and gorgeous visuals. Unlike the wily, manipulative feline hero…

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August 2020

SalonEra: All-Bach

  • Monday Aug 24 at 7:30pm ET

The music of J.S. Bach is at once joyful and serious, accessible and intellectual. Perhaps most importantly, it feeds the soul in troubled times. Don't miss our debut episode featuring Sherezade Panthaki (soprano), Shelby Yamin (violin) and Salonera Artists in Residence Eric Milnes (keyboard) and Mélisande Corriveau (viola da gamba and cello).  A salon experience for the 21st century, SalonEra…

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September 2020

SalonEra: Classical Salon

  • Monday Sept 7 at 7:30pm ET

Join guests Aisslinn Nosky (violin), Thomas Carroll (clarinet), Allison Monroe (violin), and Yvonne Smith (viola), for music written to be enjoyed in one’s living room among friends! Works by Druschetzky, Haydn, Weber, and Chevalier de Saint-Georges. Register for SalonEra You’ll receive a link by email to view the show! Event Details Cost: Consider making a $10 suggested donation per episode,…

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SalonEra: Recovering Roots

  • Monday Sept 21 at 7:30pm ET

Passionate about imagining the cross-cultural sounds of music in the colonies, Cree-Métis baritone Jonathon Adams centers indigenous music in their early music practice. Combining music from a Métis songbook with selections by Marais, Purcell, and Bach, Jonathon will relate their personal journey to reconnect to Indigenous roots while recovering a history of cultural exchange and musical migration in late 17th-…

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October 2020

SalonEra: Strike the Viol

  • Monday Oct 5 at 7:30pm ET

Arnie Tanimoto gives us a guided tour of solo music for viol from the “Twilight Viol,” Mélisande Corriveau introduces the pardessus de viole, Patricia Neely explores a little-known work from Bohemian archives, and soprano Sherezade Panthaki beguiles with songs by Henry Purcell and William Byrd. Register for SalonEra You’ll receive a link by email to view the show! Event Details…

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SalonEra: Recovering Roots (rebroadcast)

  • Monday, October 12 at 8:00 pm ET

Join us for a special re-broadcast of SalonEra Episode 3: "Recovering Roots" co-presented with Early Music America in recognition of Indigenous People's Day. Passionate about imagining the cross-cultural sounds of music in the colonies, Cree-Métis baritone Jonathon Adams centers indigenous music in their early music practice. Combining music from a Métis songbook with selections by Marais, Purcell, and Bach, Jonathon…

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SalonEra: Latin Baroque

  • Monday Oct 19 at 7:30pm ET

Specialists Nell Snaidas (Soprano) and Laury Gutierrez (viola da gamba) share their performances of Latin Baroque and Afro-Baroque music, while violinist Karin Cuellar Rendon explores 19th century Peruvian and Bolivian salon music. Register for SalonEra You’ll receive a link by email to view the show! Event Details Cost: Consider making a $10 suggested donation per episode, or subscribing to the…

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