Passio - Baroque Laments for the Passion of Christ
Mar
24
3:00 PM15:00

Passio - Baroque Laments for the Passion of Christ

Barocke Rarities at the time of Fasting

  • Lamentationes of Johann Christoph Bach and Johann Rosenmüller

  • Rosenkranz-Sonatas from Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber

Works of stunning virtuosity for Solo Bass and Solo Violin from the German Baroque.

Performers: Joel Frederiksen – Bass, Archlute / Eva Saladin – Baroque Violin / Christoph Eglhuber – Theorbo / Michael Eberth - Organ

Order Tickets Here:

Directly through Ensemble Phoenix Munich: Tel. +49 89 8575604 / Email: epm@gmx.de

Prices: 28,00 € | reduced 23,00 € (handicapped) and 14,00 € (students)

Tickets also through Ticketino or München Ticket (extra fees apply)

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Requiem of Giuseppe Verdi
Mar
29
8:00 PM20:00

Requiem of Giuseppe Verdi

Oakland Symphony Orchestra with the Oakland University Symphony Chorus

I am very pleased to be singing the bass solos in the Verdi Requiem at my Alma mater for the first time in Michigan!

Oakland Symphony Orchestra’s final concert of the season at Detroit’s Orchestra Hall. Along with four soloists, Oakland University Symphony Chorus, Detroit Concert Choir and Madrigal Chorale, the orchestra will present Giuseppe Verdi’s Requiem. All of the soloists are alumni of the Oakland University Department of Music.

Soloists: Ann Toomey, soprano; Lisa Agazzi, mezzo-soprano; Jason Wickson, tenor; and Joel Frederiksen, bass. Michael A. Mitchell, conductor.

$22 general, $12 students. Tickets will be on sale September 1 at startickets.com.

Location: Max M. Fisher Music Center / 3711 Woodward Avenue / Detroit , MI 48201

Contact Information: School of Music, Theatre and Dance 248-370-2030 smtd@oakland.edu

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Paths to the Holy (Pre-Concert Talk)
Apr
12
7:30 PM19:30
EPM

Paths to the Holy (Pre-Concert Talk)

A musical journey to spirituality in the East and West

>> O órgano sae á rúa (Pre-concert Talk—please join us!!):

Vide Vide! Espazo enocultural

Fonte de Santo Antonio,10

Venres 12 de abril, 19.30 h

An informal conversation with Joel Frederiksen and Rebal Alkhodari

>> KONZERT:

Igrexa da Universidade de Santiago (Church of the University of Santiago, Santiago de Compostela)

Sábado 13 de abril, 20.30 h (Saturday, 13 April, 8:30 pm)

Camiños para a espiritualidade

PÓRTICO MUSICAL ENTRE ORIENTE E OCCIDENTE

Rebal Alkhodari, canto e oud (Voice and Oud)

Joel Frederiksen, canto e laúde (Voice and Lute)

Marisol Mendive, órgano (Organ)

Two artists from the Muslim and Christian worlds meet in concert: The American singer and lutenist, Joel Frederiksen, and the Syrian singer and oud player Rebal Alkhodari, sing and accompany themselves in moving songs from their religious traditions. Together they sing in the language of Syriac, a dialect of aramaic, the „Abon Dbashmayo“ (Lord's Prayer) and they find in religiously ecstatic Sufi and Shaker music and dance a common ground. Parallel stories from the holy books are told: Jubilant singing for Mohammad as he enters Medina and the triumphal "Hosanna filio David" (Hosanna to the son of David) for Jesus as he enters Jerusalem are presented side by side. The two musicians make it possible to experience that, even in the guise of different cultures, we live in the same human world of experience with the same existential questions.

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Paths to the Holy
Apr
13
8:30 PM20:30
EPM

Paths to the Holy

  • Igrexa da Universidade de Santiago (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

A musical journey to spirituality in the East and West

>> KONZERT:

Igrexa da Universidade de Santiago (Church of the University of Santiago, Santiago de Compostela)

Sábado 13 de abril, 20.30 h (Saturday, 13 April, 8:30 pm)

Camiños para a espiritualidade

PÓRTICO MUSICAL ENTRE ORIENTE E OCCIDENTE

Rebal Alkhodari, canto e oud (Voice and Oud)

Joel Frederiksen, canto e laúde (Voice and Lute)

Marisol Mendive, órgano (Organ)

>> O órgano sae á rúa (Pre-concert Talk—please join us!!):

Vide Vide! Espazo enocultural

Fonte de Santo Antonio,10

Venres 12 de abril, 19.30 h

An informal conversation with Joel Frederiksen and Rebal Alkhodari

Musicians: Rebal Alkhodari (voice, oud), Joel Frederiksen (voice, lute)

Two artists from the Muslim and Christian worlds meet in concert: The American singer and lutenist, Joel Frederiksen, and the Syrian singer and oud player Rebal Alkhodari, sing and accompany themselves in moving songs from their religious traditions. Together they sing in the language of Syriac, a dialect of aramaic, the „Abon Dbashmayo“ (Lord's Prayer) and they find in religiously ecstatic Sufi and Shaker music and dance a common ground. Parallel stories from the holy books are told: Jubilant singing for Mohammad as he enters Medina and the triumphal "Hosanna filio David" (Hosanna to the son of David) for Jesus as he enters Jerusalem are presented side by side. The two musicians make it possible to experience that, even in the guise of different cultures, we live in the same human world of experience with the same existential questions.

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Musica secreta
May
5
3:00 PM15:00

Musica secreta

Brancaccio and the sensuous-virtuosic art of the Three Ladies of Ferrara

The fourth concert of our series “Between Mars and Venus XII” begins in Secreta: The public is divided and moves from one “secret” place in the museum to the next hearing each of the ladies and Branccacio (Joel Frederiksen) speak about themselves and sing. In the second part of the program the public meets in the Mars-Venus Hall to hear more exciting music from Naples and Ferrara. More Information Here.

Performers: Giovanna Baviera — Soprano and Viola da Gamba / Sabine Lutzenberger — Soprano and Recorder / Tanja Vogrin — Mezzo and Baroque Harp / Giovanni Cantarini — Tenor and Lute / Joel Frederiksen — Bass and Archlute / Michael Eberth — Harpsichord

Order Tickets Here:

Directly through Ensemble Phoenix Munich: Tel. +49 89 8575604 / Email: epm@gmx.de

Prices: 28,00 € | reduced 23,00 € (handicapped) and 14,00 € (students)

Tickets also through Ticketino or München Ticket (extra fees apply)

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The flaming fire - with gambist Hille Perl
May
12
8:00 PM20:00

The flaming fire - with gambist Hille Perl

Ballads and Dances from Scotland, Ireland and England by Thomas Campion, Henry Purcell and in new versions on the theme of fire

Like threads, images of fire are sewn together through the poetry in these pieces of this program, creating a rich tapestry. At the center is the Scottish song, "The Flaming Fire", where all of the qualities of fire are addressed, including the most effective method to quench it: water! Music from Robert Johnson, a lutenist/composer who worked closely with Shakespeare, Henry Purcell, the greatest of the English Baroque songwriters, arrangements by Joel Frederiksen and original works by Marthe Perl complete this fascinating and colorful program.

Performers: Hille and Marthe Perl (viola da gamba) / Timothy Leigh Evans (tenor) / Joel Frederiksen (bass and lute)

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Recording: The Amulet of the Emporer
Jan
9
to Jan 13

Recording: The Amulet of the Emporer

Music from the court of Emporer Maximilian I.

Recording with Sabine and Per-Sonat again! Very happy to be on board. Live concert on Saturday, October 26, 2019 in Augsburg.

PER-SONAT: Sabine Lutzenberger (mezzo soprano) / Achim Schulz (tenor) / Richard Resch (tenor) / Joel Frederiksen (bass) / Elizabeth Rumsey (Fidel) / Caroline Ritchie (Fidel) / Baptiste Romain (Fidel) / Marc Lewon (Lute)

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Dec
17
8:00 PM20:00
JF

Gloria! An Italian Christmas

In Boston this December with the Boston Camerata!

A joyful celebration of the season, with virtuoso voices and instruments performing magnificent Italian works of the Renaissance and early Baroque. Music ranging from intimate simplicity to sumptuous splendor including sacred songs of devotion, instrumental fantasias, and resplendent choral masterpieces of Venice’s Golden Age. Music of Monteverdi, Gabrieli, Cipriano, Marenzio and many more performed by voices, cornetto, viola da gamba, harp, brass and organ. A Camerata premiere not be missed!

8:00pm, First Church in Cambridge, 11 Garden St, Cambridge, MA

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Gloria! An Italian Christmas
Dec
16
4:00 PM16:00
JF

Gloria! An Italian Christmas

In Boston this December with the Boston Camerata!

A joyful celebration of the season, with virtuoso voices and instruments performing magnificent Italian works of the Renaissance and early Baroque. Music ranging from intimate simplicity to sumptuous splendor including sacred songs of devotion, instrumental fantasias, and resplendent choral masterpieces of Venice’s Golden Age. Music of Monteverdi, Gabrieli, Cipriano, Marenzio and many more performed by voices, cornetto, viola da gamba, harp, brass and organ. A Camerata premiere not be missed!

4:00pm, United Parish in Brookline, 210 Harvard Street, Brookline, MA

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Un niño nos es naçido - A child for us is born
Dec
10
7:00 PM19:00
EPM

Un niño nos es naçido - A child for us is born

16th and 17th Century Christmas music from Spain and Latin America - CD with SONY/DHM from November 2018!

Monday, December 10, 2018 at 19:00

Wohnstift Rathsberg, Concert Hall

Ensemble Phoenix Munich invites you on a musical voyage leading from Spain to Latin America. Under the direction of bass singer and vihuela player Joel Frederiksen, Christmas motets, instrumental works, and “Ensaladas”, a special form mixing textures and even languages in a sort of musical “salad”, come to vivid life.

Important sources for this program are four different “Cancioneros” or songbooks which contain compositions from two great Spanish composers of the Renaissance, Tomás Luis de Victoria (O magnum mysterium) and Francisco Guerrero (Los Reyes siguen l´Estrella). Works from Colombian composer José de Cascante (Oiga niño mio de mi corazón), active at the Cathedral of Bogotá in the 17th century, and of Gaspar Fernandez (Vaya la princesa, vaya) – a Portugese composer who worked in Guatemala und Mexiko – usher us safely into the New World.

Performers: Maria Andrea Parias, Soprano / Petra Noskaiová, Mezzosoprano / Andrés Silva, Tenor / Joel Frederiksen, Bass, Vihuela, Direction / Paul Kieffer, Vihuela, Baroque Guitar / Andreas Haas, Flute / Domen Marinčič, Viola da Gamba / Bruno Caillat, Percussion 

Supported by: Goethe-Institut e.V., Foreign Affairs Office Germany, Sony/DHM, Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Bildung und Kultus, Wissenschaft und Kunst, City of Erlangen

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Un niño nos es naçido - A child for us is born
Dec
9
12:00 PM12:00
EPM

Un niño nos es naçido - A child for us is born

16th and 17th Century Christmas music from Spain and Latin America - CD with SONY/DHM from November 2018!

Sunday, December 9, 2018 at 12:00 noon
10:30 am Guided tour through the exhibition of Nativity sets of the Museum

Ensemble Phoenix Munich invites you on a musical voyage leading from Spain to Latin America. Under the direction of bass singer and vihuela player Joel Frederiksen, Christmas motets, instrumental works, and “Ensaladas”, a special form mixing textures and even languages in a sort of musical “salad”, come to vivid life.

Important sources for this program are four different “Cancioneros” or songbooks which contain compositions from two great Spanish composers of the Renaissance, Tomás Luis de Victoria (O magnum mysterium) and Francisco Guerrero (Los Reyes siguen l´Estrella). Works from Colombian composer José de Cascante (Oiga niño mio de mi corazón), active at the Cathedral of Bogotá in the 17th century, and of Gaspar Fernandez (Vaya la princesa, vaya) – a Portugese composer who worked in Guatemala und Mexiko – usher us safely into the New World.

Performers: Maria Andrea Parias, Soprano / Petra Noskaiová, Mezzosoprano / Andrés Silva, Tenor / Joel Frederiksen, Bass, Vihuela, Direction / Paul Kieffer, Vihuela, Baroque Guitar / Andreas Haas, Flute / Johanna Seitz, Spanish Harp / Domen Marinčič, Viola da Gamba / Bruno Caillat, Percussion

Supported by: Goethe-Institut e.V., Foreign Affairs Office Germany, Sony/DHM, Instituto Cervantes Munich, Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Bildung und Kultus, Wissenschaft und Kunst, Bavarian National Museum

Tickets:

Direct through Ensemble Phoenix Munich: Tel. +49 89 8575604 / Email: epm@gmx.de

Prices: 30€ | reduced 25€ (handicapped) and 15€ (students)

Tickets also through Ticketino or München Ticket (extra fees apply)

Mars-Venus-Saal, Bavarian National Museum (Prinzregentenstraße 3, 80538 Munich)

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Un niño nos es naçido - A child for us is born
Dec
8
3:00 PM15:00
EPM

Un niño nos es naçido - A child for us is born

Christmas music from Spain and Latin America of the 16th and 17th centuries

Saturday, December 8 from 3-4 pm: Open Rehearsal

(Free with museum entrance fee of 7 € / reduced 6 €)

Come and learn more about the Spanish double-harp or the vihuela, special instruments we use in this program, the better to enjoy the full program the next day, Sunday, December 9.

Ensemble Phoenix Munich invites you on a musical voyage leading from Spain to Latin America. Under the direction of bass singer and vihuela player Joel Frederiksen, Christmas motets, instrumental works, and “Ensaladas”, a special form mixing textures and even languages in a sort of musical “salad”, come to vivid life.

Important sources for this program are four different “Cancioneros” or songbooks which contain compositions from two great Spanish composers of the Renaissance, Tomás Luis de Victoria (O magnum mysterium) and Francisco Guerrero (Los Reyes siguen l´Estrella). Works from Colombian composer José de Cascante (Oiga niño mio de mi corazón), active at the Cathedral of Bogotá in the 17th century, and of Gaspar Fernandez (Vaya la princesa, vaya) – a Portugese composer who worked in Guatemala und Mexiko – usher us safely into the New World.

Performers: Maria Andrea Parias, Soprano / Petra Noskaiová, Mezzosoprano / Andrés Silva, Tenor / Joel Frederiksen, Bass, Vihuela, Direction / Paul Kieffer, Vihuela, Baroque Guitar / Andreas Haas, Flute / Johanna Seitz, Spanish Harp / Domen Marinčič, Viola da Gamba / Bruno Caillat, Percussion

For Sunday's Concert:

Tickets: regular price 30,00 € / Discount 25,00 € (Disabled) und 15,00 € (Students)

Pre-order Tickets through EPM: Tel. 089 8575604 / epm@gmx.de

www.muenchenticket.de (plus Handling Costs) / www.ticketino.de (plus Handling Costs)

*Box office opens 1 ½ hours before the concert

Mars-Venus-Saal, Bayerisches Nationalmuseum

(Prinzregentenstrasse 3, 80538 München)

Supported by: Goethe-Institut e.V., Foreign Affairs Office Germany, Sony/DHM, Instituto Cervantes Munich, Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Bildung und Kultus, Wissenschaft und Kunst, Bavarian National Museum

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Un niño nos es naçido - A child for us is born
Dec
7
7:00 PM19:00
EPM

Un niño nos es naçido - A child for us is born

16th and 17th Century Christmas music from Spain and Latin America - CD with SONY/DHM from November 2018!

Friday, December 7, 2018 at 19:00 noon

Ibero-American Institute, Otto-Braun Hall

Free Entrance - Donations welcome!

More information

Ensemble Phoenix Munich invites you on a musical voyage leading from Spain to Latin America. Under the direction of bass singer and vihuela player Joel Frederiksen, Christmas motets, instrumental works, and “Ensaladas”, a special form mixing textures and even languages in a sort of musical “salad”, come to vivid life.

Important sources for this program are four different “Cancioneros” or songbooks which contain compositions from two great Spanish composers of the Renaissance, Tomás Luis de Victoria (O magnum mysterium) and Francisco Guerrero (Los Reyes siguen l´Estrella). Works from Colombian composer José de Cascante (Oiga niño mio de mi corazón), active at the Cathedral of Bogotá in the 17th century, and of Gaspar Fernandez (Vaya la princesa, vaya) – a Portugese composer who worked in Guatemala und Mexiko – usher us safely into the New World.

Performers: Maria Andrea Parias, Soprano / Petra Noskaiová, Mezzosoprano / Andrés Silva, Tenor / Joel Frederiksen, Bass, Vihuela, Direction / Paul Kieffer, Vihuela, Baroque Guitar / Johanna Seitz, Spanish Harp / Domen Marinčič, Viola da Gamba / Bruno Caillat, Percussion

Supported by: Goethe-Institut e.V., Foreign Affairs Office Germany, Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Bildung und Kultus, Wissenschaft und Kunst, Sony/DHM

Special Thanks to: Instituto Cervantes Berlin, Ibero-American Institute Berlin, Embassy of the Republic of Colombia

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Augsburger Weihnacht / Augsburg Christmas
Dec
2
5:00 PM17:00
JF

Augsburger Weihnacht / Augsburg Christmas

Musik des 17. Jahrhunderts zur Weihnachtszeit

Concert with Sabine Lutzenberger, Sopran und den Kollegen vom FAMA.

Sonntag, 2. Dezember 2018, 17 Uhr
Schaezlerpalais, Katharinenkirche

Für das 10-jährige Jubiläum plant das Forum Alte Musik Augsburg eine neue CD Produktion mit Musik des Frühbarock aus Augsburg und Schwaben, die sich speziell mit Werken um das Weihnachtsfest beschä!igt. Dabei werden durch Ersteinspielungen und Wieder-Uraufführungen vergessene musikalische Juwelen zu hören sein, welche die Bedeutung der Musikkultur der Freien Reichsstadt dieser Epoche unterstreichen. Ensemble des FORUM ALTE MUSIK AUGSBURG und Gäste

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Cynthia's Shining Sphere with Emma Kirkby
Nov
17
8:00 PM20:00
EPM

Cynthia's Shining Sphere with Emma Kirkby

Cynthia’s Shining Sphere — Music from Henry Purcell and John Blow with Dame Emma Kirkby

As with John Dowland, Henry Purcell (1659-95) was known by his contemporaries as "Orpheus britannicus". In a sadly short life-span of only 36 years he managed to compose an incredible amount of work, making him the most important English composer of his generation. Purcell's over 100 songs and 42 duets show his sensitive text setting and his high art with the english language. We owe him thanks for producing the first great opera in England, Dido and Aeneas.

Sometimes humorous, at other times deeply moving works by Henry Lawes (1595-1662) and John Blow (1649-1708), a teacher of Henry Purcell, give us an overview of music in England between Dowland and Purcell.

Espacio Turina (ICAS), Calle Laraña, Sevilla

Interpreten: Emma Kirkby - Soprano / Joel Frederiksen - Bass, Archlute / Axel Wolf - Theorbo, Archlute / Domen Marinčič - Viola da Gamba

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Un niño nos es naçido - A child for us is born
Nov
2
10:00 AM10:00
EPM

Un niño nos es naçido - A child for us is born

CD Official Release Date: November 2, 2018! SONY/DHM

Christmas music from Spain and Latin America of the 16th and 17th centuries

Joel Frederiksen and his Ensemble Phoenix Munich invite listeners on a musical journey from contemplative sacred polyphony to joyous Christmas celebrations in song; a musical voyage from Spain, a land of deep and rich tradition, to the freshness and vibrancy of Latin America. An enchanting Christmas CD of fascinating music waiting to be discovered!

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Paths to the Holy
Oct
11
8:00 PM20:00
EPM

Paths to the Holy

A musical journey to spirituality in the East and West

Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 8:00 pm
7:00 pm: Pre-concert lecture with Dr. Vladimir Ivanoff (Sarband Ensemble)

Musicians: Rebal Alkhodari (voice, oud), Joel Frederiksen (voice, lute)

Two artists from the Muslim and Christian worlds meet in concert: The American singer and lutenist, Joel Frederiksen, and the Syrian singer and oud player Rebal Alkhodari, sing and accompany themselves in moving songs from their religious traditions. Together they sing in the language of Syriac, a dialect of aramaic, the „Abon Dbashmayo“ (Lord's Prayer) and they find in religiously ecstatic Sufi and Shaker music and dance a common ground. Parallel stories from the holy books are told: Jubilant singing for Mohammad as he enters Medina and the triumphal "Hosanna filio David" (Hosanna to the son of David) for Jesus as he enters Jerusalem are presented side by side. The two musicians make it possible to experience that, even in the guise of different cultures, we live in the same human world of experience with the same existential questions.

Tickets and Abonnements:

Direct through Ensemble Phoenix Munich: Tel. +49 89 8575604 / Email: epm@gmx.de

Prices: 28,00 € | reduced 23,00 € (handicapped) and 14,00 € (students)

Tickets also through Ticketino or München Ticket (extra fees apply)

Secure your ABO at this first concert in our 2018-19 Series: YOUR ADVANTAGES

  • You save up to 20% compared to normal prices

  • Your ABO card is transferable

  • You get a reserved seat in the three first rows in the concert hall

  • You receive special information about concerts and events via Email

ABO Prices: 90,00 € | reduced 80,00 € (handicapped) und 45,00 €  (students)

See our Concert Series page for information on all four concerts in our series.

 

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Musik zur letzten Kaiserkrönung 1520-1530 / Music for the final crowning of the Kaiser
Sep
25
7:30 PM19:30
JF

Musik zur letzten Kaiserkrönung 1520-1530 / Music for the final crowning of the Kaiser

Concert with Josquin Capella

Musik zur letzten Kaiserkrönung 1520/1530

Music for the final crowning of the Kaiser

25.09.2018, 19:30 Uhr

Veranstaltungsdetails:

40 JAHRE WELTKULTURERBE AACHENER DOM

...für Karl V. in Aachen und Bologna

Ensemble Josquin capella, Berlin

10 stimmiges Ascendo ad patrem meum - Arnolt Schlick (1460-1521)

Missa a la incoronatione - Nicolas Gombert (1495-1560)

Einlass: 19.00 Uhr

Kostenbeitrag: 15 € / 10 € ermäßigt (Schüler, Studenten, Behinderte, Vereinsmitglieder)

Karten sind ab sofort bis Konzertbeginn in der Dominformation erhältlich. Vorbestellungen sind leider nicht möglich.

Öffnungszeiten Dominformation: täglich 10.00 - 18.00 Uhr, Johannes-Paul-II.-Str., 52062 Aachen

http://dommusik-aachen.de

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La liberazione di Ruggiero / The Liberation of Ruggiero
Sep
24
8:00 PM20:00
JF

La liberazione di Ruggiero / The Liberation of Ruggiero

Concert with Huelgas Ensemble

Francesca Caccini, La liberazione di Ruggiero

La liberazione di Ruggiero dall'isola d'Alcina ("The Liberation of Ruggiero from the island of Alcina") is a comic opera in four scenes by Francesca Caccini, first performed 3 February 1625 at the Villa di Poggio Imperiale in Florence, with a libretto by Ferdinando Saracinelli, based on Ludovico Ariosto's Orlando Furioso. It is the first opera written by a woman, and was long considered to be the first Italian opera to be performed outside of Italy. It is the only opera by Francesca Caccini to survive.

Date & Time: 24-09-2018 (20:00)
Location: Hamburg (D), Laeiszhalle
Organisation: Elbphilharmonie
Info & Tickets: www.elbphilharmonie.de

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City on the Hill
Sep
16
3:00 PM15:00
JF

City on the Hill

Pleased to be back again with the Boston Camerata performing Early American music. Participatory Concert: The City on the Hill

The Boston Camerata - Chœur de la cathédrale américaine de Paris - Anne Azéma

Le Studio - Philharmonie, Paris

For Anne Azéma and the Boston Camerata, early music is all about transmission. At the Studio, they perform a selection of songs from the earliest religious communities in the United States

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Requiem
Sep
2
4:00 PM16:00
JF

Requiem

The Requiems of Johannes Ockeghem and Pierre de la Rue in a concert with the ensemble Diabolus in musica

Voix et Route Romane, festival de musique médiévale

HAGUENAU - Eglise Saint-Georges

Antoine GUERBER, direction

Frédéric BETOUS, contre-ténor

Raphaël BOULAY, ténor

Branislav RAKIĆ, ténor

Romain BOCKLER, baryton

Emmanuel VISTORKY, baryton-basse

Joel FREDERIKSEN, basse

Philippe ROCHE, basse

 

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