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Thursday, February 2, 2017   1:15 PM
Who KHORIKOS
  Rachel Boeglin, Mary Foster, Alyssa Manzi, Carah A. Naseem, Audrey Mae DeRocker, Hannah Sheldon-Dean, Christian Holslin, Justin Ballard, Michael Noel, Chris Cotter, Nick Einhorn, John Clinton
Title Musica Reservata: 500 Years of Chamber Singing  
Description Musica reservata is a term that can refer to florid, emotive singing, or it can refer to music performed in an intimate setting.This program performed by KHORIKOS seeks to present the best of chamber choral works from the 12th to the 17th centuries.
Presenter The Midtown Concerts
Where Chapel of St. Bartholomew’s Church  
325 Park Ave.
East 51st Street  
New York, NY  10022
Admission Free, with suggested donation
Contact fgalesi@gemsny.org
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Saturday, February 4, 2017   8PM
Who Ensemble Origo
  Eric Rice, Director
Title Pater, Peccavi: Saints and Sinners in the Low Countries
Description 16th-century composers from the Low Countries composed songs about overindulgence in drink, illicit sex and more. Ensemble Origo performs a selection of chansons by Clemens, Crecquillon, Gombert, Rore, and Willaert. Pre-concert talk at 7:30pm.
Where Church of St. Luke in the Fields
487 Hudson St.
New York, NY  10014
Admission Tickets $20 general/$10 students & low income
Contact eric.rice@uconn.edu
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Thursday, February 9, 2017   1:15 PM
Who Faythe Vollrath
  Faythe Volrath, harpsichord
Title Early Italians and Their Friends
Description Works by Frescobaldi, Froberger, Scarlatti, and Rossi performed by award winning harpsichordist Faythe Vollrath.
Presenter The Midtown Concerts
Where Chapel of St. Bartholomew’s Church  
325 Park Ave.
East 51st Street  
New York, NY  10022
Admission Free, with suggested donation
Contact fgalesi@gemsny.org
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Thursday, February 9, 2017   7pm
Who MasterVoices
  Conducted by Ted Sperling With New York Baroque Incorporated Featuring Michael Slattery, Jesse Blumberg, Adam Lau, Latonia Moore, Tamara Mumford, Ben Bliss, and Daniel Okulitch
Title Bach's St. John Passion
Description Don’t miss MasterVoices' unique presentation of J.S. Bach’s magnificent choral masterpiece "St. John Passion". To pay tribute to MV’s founder Robert Shaw, the performance features a new, modern-day English translation and an audience sing-along component.
Presenter MasterVoices (formerly The Collegiate Chorale)
Where Carnegie Hall
57th and Seventh
New York, NY  
Admission Tickets starting at $20. Group Sales available.
Contact CarnegieCharge 202-247-7800
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Saturday, February 11, 2017   7:30PM
Who The Dryden Ensemble
  Jane McKinley and Julie Brye, oboes; Vita Wallace and Dongmyung Ahn, violins; Lisa Terry, viola da gamba; Benjamin Matus, bassoon; Webb Wiggins, harpsichord.
Title Le Médicin & La Musique
Description Elegant suites and medical curiosities from the French Baroque, including Marais's musical depiction of a bladder stone operation, with readings by actor Paul Hecht. Music by Marais, Couperin, and Lully.
Where Trinity Episcopal Church
6587 Upper York Road
Solebury, PA  18938
Admission $25 general admission; free to students with ID
Contact Jane McKinley
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Sunday, February 12, 2017   3:00PM
Who The Dryden Ensemble
  Jane McKinley and Julie Brye, oboes; Vita Wallace and Dongmyung Ahn, violins; Lisa Terry, viola da gamba; Benjamin Matus, bassoon; Webb Wiggins, harpsichord.
Title Le Médicin & La Musique
Description Elegant suites and medical curiosities from the French Baroque, including Marais's musical depiction of a bladder stone operation, with readings by actor Paul Hecht. Music by Marais, Couperin, and Lully.
Where Miller Chapel, Princeton Theological Seminary
64 Mercer Street
Princeton, NJ  08540
Admission $25 general admission; free to students with ID
Contact Jane McKinley
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Tuesday, February 14, 2017   8 PM
Who Yago Mahugo, Harpsichord
Title Harpsichord at Weill Recital Hall/Carnegie Hall New York City
Description Valentine’s program with works of François Couperin, Armand-Louis Couperin, Pancrace Royer and Antonio Soler TICKETS GO ON SALE: November 14 at 11 AM Carnegie Hall Box Office And at Carnegie Charge 212-247-7800 Mon-Sun 8 AM–8 PM
Where Weill Recital Hall/Carnegie Hall
7th Avenue and 57th Street
New York City, NY  10019
Contact info@yagomahugo.com
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Thursday, February 16, 2017   1:15 PM
Who The French Horn
  Douglas Lundeen, Selmer Piston Horn Barbara Gonzalez Palmer, Piano
Title The Truely French Horn
Description Widely acclaimed for his work in historical performance, Douglas Lundeen gives us an opportunity to hear rare French recital pieces on the original instrument for which they were written – the Selmer Piston Horn.
Presenter The Midtown Concerts
Where Chapel of St. Bartholomew’s Church  
325 Park Ave.
East 51st Street  
New York, NY  10022
Admission Free, with suggested donation
Contact fgalesi@gemsny.org
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Thursday, February 16, 2017   7:00pm
Who Ensemble Leonarda
  Susan Graham, flute; Claire Smith Bermingham, violin; Sarah Stone, gamba/cello; Nancy Kito, harpsichord. With special guest performance artist, Kelly "Killy Mockstar" Dwyer.
Description Explore works by composers who sought out brave new worlds: Handel (in England), Hotteterre (in Rome), & Jean-Baptiste Lully (a Florentine who wound up at the court of Louis XIV). Plus a special rendition of Dvorak's "Largo" ("New World" Symphony).
Where Marc A. Scorca Hall, National Opera Center
330 Seventh Avenue
New York, NY  10001
Admission $20 ($15 students and seniors)
Contact 917-214-8714
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Thursday, February 16, 2017   8PM New Since 2/1/2017
Who Jessica Gould, Noa Frenkel, Diego Cantalupi, James Waldo, Davide Pozzi
Title From Ghetto To Cappella: Interfaith Exchanges in the Music of Baroque Italy
Description Unaccompanied Hebrew chants and music of Strozzi, Rossi, and Marcello, illustrate a vibrant dialogue during a time of great oppression—a cross-fertilization of musical cultures between Jews and Catholics that traversed the walls of the Venetian ghetto.
Presenter Salon/Sanctuary Concerts in conjunction with the Carnegie Hall La Serenissima Festival
Where The Temple Emanu-El Chapel
1 East 65th Street between Fifth and Madison Avenu
New York City, NY  10065
Admission $35+
Contact 1 888 718 4253
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Friday, February 17, 2017   7:30PM
Who TENET
  Jolle Greenleaf, Artistic Director
Title The Secret Lover: Women in 17th-Century Italy
Description Featuring the music written by 17th-century singer-composer Barbara Strozzi, the “florid, poised performers” of TENET also perform duos and trios of Monteverdi, as well as songs and instrumental music by other great Italian composers working in Venice.
Presenter La Serenissima: Voices and Violins
Where Carnegie's Weill Hall
154 W. 57th Street
New York, NY  10019
Contact (212) 222-4066
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Sunday, February 19, 2017   2PM New Since 2/1/2017
Who Cisraratanian Consort of Viols
  Roland Hutchinson, treble and bass viol; Sheryl Reed, tenor and bass viol; Ilizabeth Cabrera and Douglas Hardin, bass viols
Title Verrie Sweet and Artificiall: Music of the Little Ice Age (1600–1850) for four violas da gamba 
Description Fantasies and dance suites by Giovanni Coprario, Matthew Locke, and Henry Purcell; English and American psalm tunes and anthems; a recent composition by the Australian composer Brooke Green; selections from David Funck's "Stricturae Viola–di gambicae"
Presenter Concerts at Farmstead Arts
Where Arts Center, Kennedy Martin Stelle Farmstead
50 King George Road
Basking Ridge, NJ  07042
Admission $15 in advance, $20 at door, $10 student/senior
Contact Farmstead Arts Center, 908 636-7576
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Thursday, February 23, 2017   1:15 PM
Who Grand Harmonie
  Sarah Paysnick, Flute Kristin Olson, Oboe Thomas Carroll, Clarinet Clay Zeller-Townson, Bassoon Yoni Kahn, Horn
Title The Expression of the Wind Quintet
Description Grand Harmonie plays a selection of virtuosic works by George Onslow. Onslow's music showcases the numerous advancements in wind instrument development in the early 19th century, including exciting chromaticism, extended ranges, and new colors.
Presenter The Midtown Concerts
Where Chapel of St. Bartholomew’s Church  
325 Park Ave.
East 51st Street  
New York, NY  10022
Admission Free, with suggested donation
Contact fgalesi@gemsny.org
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Saturday, February 25, 2017   8 PM
Who Stile Antico
Title The Voice of Melody
Description Each of the 12 members of Stile Antico has chosen one musical gem drawn from five centuries of glorious repertoire, including Orlando Gibbons’ uplifting “O Clap Your Hands,” William Byrd’s exciting “Vigilate,” and works by the prolific Thomas Tallis.
Presenter Miller Theatre
Where
150 W 83rd Street
New York, NY  
Admission 30-45
Contact 212-854-7799
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Saturday, February 25, 2017   8:00 PM
Who Ars Antiqua
  Mark Kramer, viola da gamba; Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek, Mezzo Soprano; Jorg-Michael Scharz, Violin; Nina Stern, Chalumeau & Recorder; Geoffrey Burgess, Baroque Oboe & Recorder; Michael Sponseller, Harpsichord
Title Orpheus in Hamburg: Telemann's Private World
Description Sonata for Chalumeau, Oboe, Violin & Continuo Fantasia in G-Minor For Viola da Gamba Solo Cantatas from the Harmonischer Gottesdienst Duet for Two Recorders in B-flat Concerto in A-minor for Recorder, Oboe, Violin & Continuo
Presenter Ars Antiqua Period Instrument Ensemble with Guests
Where Historic Church of St. Mary the Virgin
26 North Greeley Avenue
Chappaqua, NY  10514
Admission $35 $40 $50
Contact mark Kramer 914-238-8015
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Saturday, February 25, 2017   8PM
Who Polyhymnia
Title Deus, qui Beatum Marcum
Description The Music of Andrea Gabrieli (1532/3 - 1585) Missa Pater peccavi a6 and motets Pre-Concert Lecture at 7:00 PM
Where The Church of St. Ignatius of Antioch
552 West End Ave.
New York, NY  10024
Admission $30 General Admission, $ 20 Students, Seniors
Contact info@polyhymnia-nyc.org
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