main listing
Remaining Events for the
2016-2017 Season
1 event(s) found
   Printer Friendly Version    click here for the Calendar View
 
Saturday, September 3, 2016   7:30PM
Who the Sebastians
  Sarah Darling; Nicholas DiEugenio; Jay Elfenbein; Chloe Fedor; Jeffrey Grossman; Priscilla Herreid; Daniel S. Lee; Scot Moore; Meg Owens; David Ross; Ezra Seltzer; Anna Steinhoff; Sarah Stone; John Thiessen; Jessica Troy
Title The Sebasitans present the Brandenburg Concerti
Description Trumpeter John Thiessen was described by The New York Times as “the gold standard of Baroque trumpet playing in this country.” Johsn join our ensemble of exquisite soloists, which includes Priscilla Herreid, Meg Owens, David Ross, and others.
Where St. Paul’s German Evangelical Lutheran Church
315 West 22nd Street
New York, NY  10011
Admission $15–40
Contact music@sebastians.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Saturday, September 17, 2016   7:30PM
Who The Cisraratanian Consort of Viols
  Roland Hutchinson, reble viol; Sheryl Reed, tenor viol; Ilizabeth Cabrera and Douglas Hardin, bass viols
Title Where We’ve Come From, Where We’re Going
Description Where We’ve Come From, Where We’re Going: Consort music from the 16th, 17th, and 21st Centuries by John Taverner, William Byrd, John Dowland, Orlando Gibbons, John Ward, John Jenkins, Martha Bishop, Will Ayton, Barbara Logen, and others.
Presenter The Cisraritanian Consort of Viols
Where The Tabernacle
26 Simpson Ave
Parsippany, NJ  07878
Admission Free
Contact Roland Hutchinson, 973 509-2165
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, September 18, 2016   2:30PM
Who SIREN Baroque
  Brittany Palmer, Brett Umlauf; Sopranos Antonia Nelson, Marina Fragoulis; violin Anneke Schaul-Yoder, Cello Kelly Savage, Harpsichord
Title In Grief & Gladness
Description SIREN's living composer initiative kicks off their 6th season with a program inspired by "In words as beautiful as flowers" - a cantata written for SIREN by Larry Lockwood. Baroque composers Dowland, Monteverdi and others will round out the program.
Presenter SIREN Baroque
Where Greenwich House Music School,
46 Barrow Street
New York, NY  10014
Admission TBD - AT THE DOOR
Contact Antonia Nelson
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Thursday, September 22, 2016   7:30PM
Who New York Baroque Incorporated
Title A Roman Legacy
Description New York Baroque Incorporated opens its 5th season with a program of trio sonatas and motets by Corelli, Scarlatti and Handel. Soprano Sherezade Panthaki and keyboardist Richard Egarr will make their debut with NYBI.
Where Saint Ignatius of Antioch Episcopal Church
552 West End Ave.
New York, NY  10024
Admission $45/$60
Contact info@NYBaroque.org
Links «mapquest»   «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Saturday, September 24, 2016   7:30PM
Who New York Polyphony
  Geoffrey Williams, countertenor; Steven Caldicott Wilson, tenor; Christopher Dylan Herbert, baritone; Craig Phillips, bass
Title Passions
Description Renowned for their superb musicianship, vocal beauty, and mastery of repertoire ranging from the Medieval to modern works, NEW YORK POLYPHONY returns to 5BMF with works by Loyset Compere, Francisco de Peñalosa, Cyrillus Kreek and Andrew Smith.
Presenter Five Boroughs Music Festival
Where Christ Church Riverdale
5030 Henry Hudson Parkway
Bronx, NY  10471
Admission $25 General / $15 Students and Seniors
Contact info@5bmf.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, September 25, 2016   5PM
Who New York Polyphony with Voyces
  Geoffrey Williams, countertenor; Steven Caldicott Wilson, tenor; Christopher Dylan Herbert, baritone; Craig Phillips, bass
Title Passions
Description New York Polyphony performs works by Loyset Compere, Francisco de Peñalosa, Cyrillus Kreek and Andrew Smith. September 25th's concert is a co-presentation with Staten Island-based ensemble Voyces, who will join NYP for Smith’s "Amid a Crowd of Stars."
Presenter Five Boroughs Music Festival
Where Trinity Lutheran Church
309 St. Pauls Avenue
Staten Island, NY  10304
Admission $25 General / $15 Students and Seniors
Contact info@5bmf.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Tuesday, September 27, 2016   7:30PM
Who Project Amadeus
  Daniel S. Lee, music director
Title Mozart's music as Mozart had heard it
Description New York's newest period orchestra, Project Amadeus, directed by critically-acclaimed violinist and conductor Daniel S. Lee, presents its inaugural concert featuring an all-Mozart program on original instruments.
Where Good Shepherd-Faith Presbyterian Church
152 W. 66th St.
New York, NY  10023
Admission $20 suggested
Contact music@danielslee.com
Links «mapquest»
-top-
 
Friday, September 30, 2016   7:00PM
Who TENET
  Scott Metcalfe, Music Director Jolle Greenleaf, Artistic Director
Title The Cycle of Invention: The New Art
Description From the late 13th century to the Roman de Fauvel (compiled 1316), the Ars nova (c. 1322) of Phillipe de Vitry and the music of Guillaume Machaut.
Where TENRI Cultural Institute
3 West 13th Street
New York, NY  10011
Contact (212) 222-4066
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Friday, September 30, 2016   7:30PM
Who House of Time
  Tatiana Daubek, violin Gonzalo X. Ruiz, oboe Avi Stein, harpsichord Beiliang Zhu, cello and viola da gamba
Title Four Seasons/Three Graces
Description A chamber arrangement of Vivaldi's Four Seasons by oboist Gonzalo X Ruiz and Three Graces, an award-winning work by Carolyn Yarnell, inspired by her Sierra Nevada upbringing.
Presenter House of Time
Where Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
3 West 65th St. (corner of Central Park West)
New York, NY  10023
Admission $10-$35
Contact Tatiana Daubek
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Friday, September 30, 2016   9:00PM
Who TENET
  Scott Metcalfe, Music Director Jolle Greenleaf, Artistic Director
Title The Cycle of Invention: The New Art
Description From the late 13th century to the Roman de Fauvel (compiled 1316), the Ars nova (c. 1322) of Phillipe de Vitry and the music of Guillaume Machaut.
Where TENRI Cultural Institute
3 West 13th Street
New York, NY  10011
Contact (212) 222-4066
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Tuesday, October 4, 2016   8PM
Who SIREN Baroque featuring Elinor Frey, cello
  Elinor Frey - guest artist/cello Brittany Palmer/Brett Umlauf - Sopranos Antonia Nelson/Abigail Karr - Violins Anneke Schaul-Yoder, Cello
Title BOCCHERINI!
Description SIREN Baroque welcomes Elinor Frey, rising early-music cellist, as collaborator and special guest to explore instrumental and vocal works by Luis Boccherini.
Presenter SIREN Baroque
Where SIREN Baroque
249 Smith Street #135
Brooklyn, NY  11231
Contact Antonia Nelson
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Friday, October 14, 2016   7PM
Who Bond Street Euterpean Singing Society
  Anthony Bellov, Amy Gluck, Jane Elizabeth Rady, Dayle Vander Sande
Title Chant Macabre - Songs from the Crypt
Description Ghosts, ghouls, and goblins haunt the lyrics of the 19th century. Come be spooked by these harrowing tales to bewitch the imagination, with rarely performed songs that sing shivers down your spine in an authentic period parlor.
Presenter Merchant's House Museum
Where Merchant's House Museum
29 East Fourth Street
New York, NY  10003
Admission $30 general; $15 Museum members
Contact Emily 212-777-1089 x303
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, October 15, 2016   7PM
Who Sonnambula
  Jude Ziliak and Aaron Broan (guest artist) - Violin; Elizabeth Weinfield, Amy Brown, and Shirley Hunt - Viols; James Kennerley - Tenor
Title Renaissance Ghosts
Description Ring in Halloween with spritely songs and scary dances originally composed for the courts of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. Tom Baird demonstrates Renaissance dances at 6PM.
Presenter Baruch Performing Arts Center
Where
55 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY  10010
Admission $35, $30 Baruch Alumni, $15 Students
Contact sonnambulaviols@gmail.com
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, October 22, 2016   3PM
Who Morris-Jumel Ensemble
  Sam Tsoutsouvas, actor; Philip Anderson, tenor; Gregory Bynum, recorder; Christopher Morrongiello & Erik Ryding, lutes; Rebecca Pechefsky, harpsichord & virginal
Title Shakespeare 400 in Verse and Music
Description Scenes from Shakespeare paired with musical settings of his words and related music by Dowland, Morley, Purcell, Arne, Lawes, others.
Presenter Music at Morris-Jumel
Where Morris-Jumel Mansion
65 Jumel Terrace
New York, NY  10032
Admission $25 (members $20)
Contact Rebecca Pechefsky
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Sunday, October 23, 2016   1PM
Who Schola Antiqua of Chicago
Title The Suspended Harp: Sounds of Faith in Medieval Jerusalem
Description Sacred repertoire from medieval Jerusalem. Part of the international Sounds of Faith initiative of Harran Productions Foundation, the concert complements the exhibition Jerusalem 1000-1400: Every People under Heaven at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Presenter MetLiveArts
Where The Met Cloisters
99 Margaret Corbin Drive
New York, NY  10040
Admission $40
Contact 212-570-3949
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, October 23, 2016   3PM
Who Schola Antiqua of Chicago
Title The Suspended Harp: Sounds of Faith in Medieval Jerusalem
Description Sacred repertoire from medieval Jerusalem. Part of the international Sounds of Faith initiative of Harran Productions Foundation, the concert complements the exhibition Jerusalem 1000-1400: Every People under Heaven at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Presenter MetLiveArts
Where The Met Cloisters
99 Margaret Corbin Drive
New York, NY  10040
Admission $40
Contact 212-570-3949
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Friday, October 28, 2016   8 pm
Who Ensemble Origo
  Jessica Petrus & Shari Wilson, sopranos; Mary Gerbi, alto; Jason McStoots, tenor; Paul Guttry & Paul Max Tipton, basses; Michael Leopold, lute
Title Shakespeare's Songbook
Description In commemoration of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, Ensemble Origo presents songs and dances from the plays as they might have been heard in context. Madrigals and sacred music from the period round out the program.
Where The Church St. Luke's in the Fields
487 Hudson Street
New York, NY  10014
Admission $20/$10 Students/Low Income
Contact concerts@ensembleorigo.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Friday, October 28, 2016   8PM
Who Rebecca Ringle, mezzo-soprano and Kenneth Merrill, piano
Title On the Margins of the Opéra Comique: Jewish Composers, Covert Spaces, and the Legacy of the Wagnerian Suppression
Description Glittering Parisian salons hosted several Jewish composers who enjoyed great success before falling into obscurity, targeted by Wagner's antisemitism. Songs of Halévy, Meyerbeer, & Offenbach offer a glimpse at a lost world sung in the shadows of splendor.
Presenter Salon/Sanctuary Concerts
Where The Abigail Adams Smith Auditorium
417 East 61st Street
New York City, NY  10065
Admission $25/$35/$50/$100
Contact 1-888-718-4253
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Saturday, October 29, 2016   7:30 PM
Who The Crossing
Title Canticles of the Holy Wind
Description Four separate choirs of The Crossing surround the audience in this breathtaking work and NY premiere by John Luther Adams, performed in the stunning Medieval Sculpture Hall. Tickets to this event include Museum admission.
Presenter MetLiveArts
Where The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 Fifth Avenue
New York , NY  10028
Contact MetEventTix@metmuseum.org
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, October 29, 2016   7:30PM
Who Early Music New York
Title GENIUS OF ENGLAND - Henry Purcell & Contemporaries
Description Early Music New York Chamber Orchestra performs 17th-century works of Henry Purcell and his contemporaries, John Blow and Mathew Locke, from England's Restoration period under Charles II.
Where First Church of Christ, Scientist
Central Park West at 68th Street
New York, NY  10023
Admission $20-40
Contact (212) 280-0330
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, October 30, 2016   4:00pm
Who Ensemble Leonarda
  Susan Graham, flute; Claire Smith Bermingham, violin; Arnie Tanimoto, gamba; Nancy Kito, harpsichord
Description Ensemble Leonarda presents an all-French program. Music of Leclair, Marais, Boismortier, and others. This is a 1-hour concert, no intermission.
Where French Church du St. Esprit
109 E. 60th Street
New York, NY  11377
Admission $20 ($15 students and seniors)
Contact 917-214-8714
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Thursday, November 3, 2016   12pm
Who Grand Harmonie
Title Grand Harmonie Performs Gods and Mortals, An All-Mozart Program with Cynthia Roberts, solo violin and leader
Description Grand Harmonie joins violinist Cynthia Roberts to breathe life into Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony. She will also tackle Mozart’s Violin Concerto in A K. 219, and will join Grand Harmonie’s strings in Mozart’s Serenata Notturna K. 239. Free preview concert
Presenter Grand Harmonie
Where Mount Sinai Hospital, Atrium of the Guggenheim Pav
1190 5th Ave @ E 101st St
New York, NY  10029
Admission FREE
Contact www.grandharmonie.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Thursday, November 3, 2016   7:30PM
Who New York Baroque Incorporated
  Richard Egarr Sarah Cunningham Wen Yang
Title A Recital with Sarah Cunningham and Richard Egarr
Description An intimate recital with two legends of historical performance, harpsichordist Richard Egarr and violist da gamba Sarah Cunningham! Program features music by Bach, Froberger, Couperin, and Forqueray.
Presenter New York Baroque Incorporated
Where The House of the Redeemer
7 East 95th Street
New York, NY  10019
Admission $60
Contact info@nybaroque.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Thursday, November 3, 2016   8 PM
Who Choir of St. Luke in the Fields
  David Shuler, music director
Title Vivaldi in Venice
Description Rarely heard choral and vocal solo works by Antonio Vivaldi, including Dixit Dominus, RV595, Introduzione et Gloria, RV288 and In furore, RV626. Choir of St. Luke in the Fields with Baroque in the Fields, an orchestra of period instruments.
Presenter Music & Arts at St. Luke in the Fields
Where Church of St. Luke in the Fields
487 Hudson Street
New York, NY  10014
Admission $35 general, $25 students and seniors
Contact music@stlukeinthefields.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Friday, November 4, 2016   7:30pm
Who Grand Harmonie
Title Grand Harmonie Performs Gods and Mortals, An All-Mozart Program with Cynthia Roberts, solo violin and leader
Description Grand Harmonie joins violinist Cynthia Roberts to breathe life into Mozart’s 41st Symphony, Jupiter. Ms. Roberts will also tackle Mozart’s Violin Concerto in A K. 219, and will join Grand Harmonie’s strings in Mozart’s Serenata Notturna K. 239.
Presenter Grand Harmonie
Where St. Ignatius of Antioch
552 West End Avenue
New York, NY  10024
Admission $15-$35
Contact www.grandharmonie.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, November 5, 2016   7:30PM
Who The Dryden Ensemble
  Jane McKinley and Julie Brye, oboes; Vita Wallace, Dongmyung Ahn, Rebecca Harris, and Edmond Chan, violins; Fran Berge, viola; Lisa Terry and Eve Miller, cellos; Daniel Swenberg, lute and theorbo; Webb Wiggins, harpsichord.
Title From Corelli to Bach: Make It A Double!
Description Glorious concertos by masters of the form: Corelli, Vivaldi, Muffat, Handel, and Bach, including the Bach Double for two violins, Vivaldi's double concertos for pairs of oboes and cellos, and Handel's Concerto Grosso in B-flat, Op.3, no.2
Where Miller Chapel, Princeton Theological Seminary
64 Mercer Street
Princeton, NJ  08540
Admission $25 general admission; free to students with ID
Contact Jane McKinley
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, November 5, 2016   7PM
Who Pastor Fido Singers with RenChorNY
  Martin Morell and Claude Levy directors
Title The Gonzaga's Court and Chapel
Description Guarini 'Pastor Fido' settings by Wert, Gastoldi, Monteverdi, Rossi & Pallavicino; Instrumental Trios by Rossi, Ps.118 by Rossi, nine Wert Motets-1566/1581; Danze De Pastori`a otto by Gastoldi
Presenter www.ItalianMadrigal.com/www.RenaissanceChorus.org
Where The Lounge at Hudson View Gardens
128 Pinehurst Ave at 183 St.
Manhattan
New York, NY  10033
Admission Suggested donation $20
Contact Sig Rosen 212 740 4050
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Saturday, November 5, 2016   8:00 PM
Who Ars Antiqua
  Mark Kramer, Viola da gamba, Krista Feeney, Baroque Violin, Cheryl Ann Fulton, Baroque Harp & Charles Weaver, Theorbo
Title Divisions: The Art of Variation & Imagination
Description Virtuoso music for "broken consort." William Lawes, The Harp Consorts, 17th-Century Italian & Spanish Variations for Solo Harp Marin Marais, Sonata à la Maraisienne & Johann Schmelzer, Sonata Quarta.
Presenter Ars Antiqua Period Instrument Ensemble with Guests
Where The Historic Church of St. Mary the Virgin
191 South Greeley Avenue
Chappaqua, NY  
Admission $35.00 $40.00 $50.00
Contact Mark Kramer 914-238-8015
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, November 6, 2016   3:00PM
Who The Dryden Ensemble
  Jane McKinley and Julie Brye, oboes; Vita Wallace, Dongmyung Ahn, Rebecca Harris, and Edmond Chan, violins; Fran Berge, viola; Lisa Terry and Eve Miller, cellos; Daniel Swenberg, lute and theorbo; Webb Wiggins, harpsichord.
Title From Corelli to Bach: Make It A Double!
Description Glorious concertos by masters of the form: Corelli, Vivaldi, Muffat, Handel, and Bach, including the Bach Double for two violins, Vivaldi's double concertos for pairs of oboes and cellos, and Handel's Concerto Grosso in B-flat, Op.3, no.2
Where Trinity Episcopal Church
6587 Upper York Road
Solebury, PA  18938
Admission $25 general admission; free to students with ID
Contact Jane McKinley
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Thursday, November 10, 2016   7:30PM
Who House of Time
  Tatiana Daubek, baroque violin Gonzalo X. Ruiz, baroque oboe Avi Stein, Harpsichord Beiliang Zhu, Cello
Title 1685: The Year of Genius: Bach, Scarlatti, Handel
Description The year 1685 was the births of three of the greatest composers of the baroque era. Featuring Bach and Handel Trios, Scarlatti sonatas, and Bach's suite for unaccompanied cello in D minor.
Presenter House of Time
Where The Lounge at Hudson View Gardens
128 Pinehurst Ave.
New York, NY  10033
Admission $10 students/$20 general
Contact tatianadaubek@gmail.com
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Friday, November 11, 2016   7:30PM
Who Schola Cantorum of Boston
  12-voice ensemble Frederick Jodry, Director
Title Schola Cantorum of Boston
Description Music by Tavener and Taverner Works from the Eton Choir Group Tallis: Missa Puer natus Est Faryfax: Magnificat Regali reservations: (212) 684-4174
Presenter Church of the Transfiguration
Where Church of the Transfiguration
1 East 29th Street
(berween Fifth and Madison)
New York, NY  10016
Admission $30 and $15 for seniors and students
Contact mancat@me.com
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Friday, November 11, 2016   7:30PM
Who House of Time
  Tatiana Daubek, baroque violin Gonzalo X. Ruiz, baroque oboe Avi Stein, Harpsichord Beiliang Zhu, Cello
Title 1685: The Year of Genius: Bach, Scarlatti, Handel
Description The year 1685 was the births of three of the greatest composers of the baroque era. Featuring Bach and Handel Trios, Scarlatti sonatas, and Bach's suite for unaccompanied cello in D minor.
Presenter House of Time
Where Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
3 West 65th St. (corner of Central Park West)
New York, NY  10023
Admission $35 general/$20 senior/$10 student
Contact tatianadaubek@gmail.com
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Saturday, November 12, 2016   5PM
Who RenChorNY
  Claude Levy, conductor
Title Counter Reformation at Mantua's Ducal Chapel
Description Giaches deWerts 5-7vv Motets & Organ works from Santa Barbara: Adesto Dolori, Vox in Rama, Quiesca Vox, O Altitudo divitiarum, Ego Autem, Ascendente Jesu, Egressus Jesu, Peccavi s. numerum, O sacrum convivium-from the synagogue: Rossi's Odecha ki anitani
Presenter The Renaissance Chorus Assn
Where Ft. Washington Collegiate Church
729 W. 181 St.
Manhattan
New York, NY  10033
Admission Suggested donation $10
Contact Sig Rosen 212 740 4050
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Thursday, November 17, 2016   8PM
Who Warren Lee
Title DCINY Presents: Warren Lee
Description A graduate of the Royal Academy of Music & Yale School of Music, Warren Lee's performance features compositions by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, and himself.
Presenter DCINY
Where Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall
881 Seventh Avenue
New York, NY  10019
Contact boxoffice@dciny.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»
-top-
 
Friday, November 18, 2016   7 pm
Who Queens Consort
  Claire Smith Bermingham, baroque violin; Dan McCarthy, baroque violin; Margrét Hjaltested, baroque viola; Aya Hamada, harpsicord. With special guest artist Carlene Stober, baroque cello.
Title The Dresden / Venice Connection.
Description Please join us for our November concert series entitled "The Dresden/Venice Connection", exploring the music of violinist and composer Johann Georg Pisendel and others in his circle. Works by Heinichen, Veracini, Vivaldi, Zelenka and Pisandel.
Presenter Queens Consort
Where Third Street Music School
235 East 11th street,
New York, NY  10003
Admission Free admission
Contact Margret Hjaltested
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Saturday, November 19, 2016   7 pm
Who Queens Consort
  Claire Smith Bermingham, baroque violin; Dan McCarthy, baroque violin; Margrét Hjaltested, baroque viola; Aya Hamada, harpsicord. With special guest artist Carlene Stober, baroque cello.
Title The Dresden / Venice Connection.
Description Please join us for our November concert series entitled "The Dresden/Venice Connection", exploring the music of violinist and composer Johann Georg Pisendel and others in his circle. Works by Heinichen, Veracini, Vivaldi, Zelenka and Pisandel.
Presenter Queens Consort
Where St. Mark´s Church
33-50 82nd street
Jackson Heights, NY  11372
Admission $20 / $15 students.
Contact Margret Hjaltested
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Saturday, November 19, 2016   7PM
Who KHORIKOS
Title KHORIKOS and Piffaro, The Renaissance Band present: Vespers by Kile Smith
Description We invite you to a performance of Kile Smith's Vespers with Piffaro, which draws on the music of the Lutheran Reformation, but with modern touches and exquisite beauty.
Where The Church of St. Luke in the Fields
487 Hudson St
New York, NY  10014
Admission $20
Contact Carahnaseem@dorianartists.com
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, November 20, 2016   8:30PM
Who Eternal Light
  Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers International Jonathan Griffith and Bradley Ellingboe, Conductors
Title Eternal Light: A Requiem
Description DCINY presents UK composer Howard Goodall’s Eternal Light: A Requiem led by Maestro Jonathan Griffith. In continuing with musical levity & light, conductor Bradley Ellingboe leads the Distinguished Concerts Orchestra in Lux Eterna by Morten Lauridsen.
Presenter DCINY
Where Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, Carnegie Hall
881 Seventh Avenue
New York, NY  10019
Contact boxoffice@dciny.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, November 27, 2016   2PM
Who Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers International
  Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers International Jonathan Griffith, Conductor Penelope Shumate, Soprano Claudia Chapa, Mezzo-Soprano John McVeigh, Tenor Christopher Job, Baritone
Title Eternal Light: A Requiem Messiah...Refreshed!
Description DCINY brings in the holiday season with the 6th annual presentation of its signature version of Handel’s Messiah, the Beecham/Goossens’ 1959 reorchestration for full symphony orchestra with an international choir made from five different continents.
Presenter DCINY
Where Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, Carnegie Hall
881 Seventh Avenue
New York, NY  10019
Contact boxoffice@dciny.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Monday, November 28, 2016   7PM
Who Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers International
  James D. Moyer, Director David Enlow, Organ Fauré Requiem Pennsbury High School Concert Choir Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers International Pepper Choplin, Composer/Conductor
Title Go Sing it on the Mountain: A Christmas Cantata
Description North Carolina based Composer/Conductor Pepper Choplin guides the Distinguished Concerts Singers International in his newest work, “Go Sing It On The Mountain.” James Moyer conducts Pennsbury High School Concert Choir in Fauré Requiem.
Presenter DCINY
Where Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center
1941 Broadway
New York, NY  10023
Contact boxoffice@dciny.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Thursday, December 1, 2016   1:15 PM
Who Satono Norizuki & Patricia-Ann Neely
  Satono Norizuki, clavisimbalum Patricia-Ann Neely, vielle
Title Life, Prayer, and Dance in the Medieval Period
Description This concert explores sacred and secular music in France, Germany, and Italy in the 14th and the 15th centuries. The repertoire includes a wide range of works - French and Italian music from Codex Faenza 117, French estampies, and Italian salterello.
Presenter The Midtown Concerts
Where Chapel of St. Bartholomew’s Church 
325 Park Avenue (East 51st Street )
New York, NY  10022
Admission Free, donations optional
Contact fgalesi@gemsny.org
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Thursday, December 1, 2016   8 PM
Who Choir of St. Luke in the Fields
  David Shuler, music director
Title A Boy is Born
Description Music for Christmas Day, 1554. Tallis "Missa Puer natus est" and works by Sheppard, Guerreo and Manchicourt. Choir of St. Luke in the Fields.
Presenter Music & Arts at St. Luke in the Fields
Where Church of St. Luke in the Fields
487 Hudson Street
New York, NY  10014
Admission $35 general, $25 students and seniors
Contact music@stlukeinthefields.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Friday, December 2, 2016   5PM
Who The Teares of the Muses
  Teares viol consort; Kathleen Cantrell and Hallie Stotler, voices, John Cantrell, organ
Title Wachet Auf!
Description Margaret Panofsky directs The Teares and soloists performing 17th-century German music for Advent and Christmas by Tunder, Praetorius, Schein, Scheidt, Farina, Schütz, and Vierdanck. The voices proclaim the traditional texts, soaring with the viols.
Presenter New York University F.A.S. Music Department and NYU Libraries
Where New York University Bobst Library Gallery
70 Washington Square South
New York, NY  10003
Admission Free
Contact 212-998-8301
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Friday, December 2, 2016   7:30 PM
Who TENET
  Scott Metcalfe, Music Director Jolle Greenleaf, Artistic Director
Title Claudio Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610
Description TENET's all-star cast will present Claudio Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610 under conductor and music director Scott Metcalfe and with Dark Horse Consort in a historically informed approach and appropriate chants.
Where Church of St. Jean Baptiste
184 E. 76th Street
New York, NY  10021
Contact (212) 222-4066
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, December 3, 2016   7:30 PM
Who TENET
  Scott Metcalfe, Music Director Jolle Greenleaf, Artistic Director
Title Claudio Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610
Description TENET's all-star cast will present Claudio Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610 under conductor and music director Scott Metcalfe and with Dark Horse Consort in a historically informed approach and appropriate chants.
Where Church of St. Jean Baptiste
184 E. 76th Street
New York, NY  10021
Contact (212) 222-4066
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, December 4, 2016   4PM
Who Amor Artis
  Ryan James Brandau, Artistic Director
Title An Amor Artis Holiday
Description Amor Artis Chorus kicks off its fall season in the beautifully renovated Old St. Patrick’s Basilica with an afternoon of holiday-inspired works from nine centuries.
Presenter Amor Artis, Inc.
Where St. Patrick's Old Cathedral
263 Mulberry Street
New York, NY  10012
Admission $35/$25 Students & Seniors ($10 by 11-13 w/code)
Contact Anne Barthel
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Thursday, December 8, 2016   1:15 PM
Who Jörg-Michael Schwarz & Dongsok Shin
  Jörg-Michael Schwarz, violn Dongsok Shin, harpsichord
Title Trios for Two, Part Three
Description Jörg-Michael Schwarz and Dongsok Shin play Bach’s sonatas for violin and obbligato harpsichord, representing some of his most ingenious contrapuntal writing. This program will complete the cycle with the sonatas in G Major and A Major, respectively.
Presenter The Midtown Concerts
Where Chapel of St. Bartholomew’s Church 
325 Park Avenue (East 51st Street )
New York, NY  10022
Admission Free, donations optional
Contact fgalesi@gemsny.org
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Friday, December 9, 2016   7:00 PM
Who Canticum Scholare
Title Virgin, Child and Angels
Description 3rd Annual Christmas candlelight concert with congregational carol singing and works by Palestrina, Hassler, Tavener, and Victoria.
Where Church of St. Joseph in Greenwich Village
371 Sixth Avenue
New York, NY  
Admission $20 Suggested Donation
Contact tom@canticum.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, December 10, 2016   1PM
Who The Waverly Consort
Title The Christmas Story
Description Hymns, processionals, antiphons and Mass compositions from the Middle Ages. Thirteen vocal and instrumental musicians create a sonic pageantry evoking the liturgical calendar and a deeply immersive experience of Christmastide.
Presenter MetLiveArts
Where The Met Cloisters
99 Margaret Corbin Drive
New York, NY  10040
Admission $40
Contact 212-570-3949
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, December 10, 2016   3PM
Who The Waverly Consort
Title The Christmas Story
Description Hymns, processionals, antiphons and Mass compositions from the Middle Ages. Thirteen vocal and instrumental musicians create a sonic pageantry evoking the liturgical calendar and a deeply immersive experience of Christmastide.
Presenter MetLiveArts
Where The Met Cloisters
99 Margaret Corbin Drive
New York, NY  10040
Admission $40
Contact 212-570-3949
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, December 10, 2016   7:30PM
Who Early Music New York
Title RENAISSANCE CHRISTMAS - Annual Season Tradition
Description To celebrate the holidays, Frederick Renz has selected carols, noels and motets emanating from European sacred and secular rituals. Special holiday repertoire performed for voices and instruments -- traditionally sold-out seasonal performances!
Where First Church of Christ, Scientist
Central Park West at 68th Street
New York, NY  10023
Admission $20-40
Contact (212) 280-0330
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, December 10, 2016   8 PM
Who The Tallis Scholars
Title A Renaissance Christmas
Description Britain’s lauded Renaissance choir returns with a seasonal program focused on classic texts about the Christmas story, as interpreted and set to music by some of the lesser-known masters of early music.
Presenter Miller Theatre
Where Church of St. Mary the Virgin
145 West 46th Street, between 6th and 7th avenues,
New York, NY  10036
Admission 40-55
Contact 212-854-7799
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, December 11, 2016   1PM
Who The Waverly Consort
Title The Christmas Story
Description Hymns, processionals, antiphons and Mass compositions from the Middle Ages. Thirteen vocal and instrumental musicians create a sonic pageantry evoking the liturgical calendar and a deeply immersive experience of Christmastide.
Presenter MetLiveArts
Where The Met Cloisters
99 Margaret Corbin Drive
New York, NY  10040
Admission $40
Contact 212-570-3949
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, December 11, 2016   2:00PM
Who Early Music New York
Title RENAISSANCE CHRISTMAS - Annual Season Tradition
Description To celebrate the holidays, Frederick Renz has selected carols, noels and motets emanating from European sacred and secular rituals. Special holiday repertoire performed for voices and instruments -- traditionally sold-out seasonal performances!
Where Cathedral of Saint John the Divine
1047 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY  10025
Admission $20-40
Contact (212) 280-0330
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, December 11, 2016   3PM
Who The Waverly Consort
Title The Christmas Story
Description Hymns, processionals, antiphons and Mass compositions from the Middle Ages. Thirteen vocal and instrumental musicians create a sonic pageantry evoking the liturgical calendar and a deeply immersive experience of Christmastide.
Presenter MetLiveArts
Where The Met Cloisters
99 Margaret Corbin Drive
New York, NY  10040
Admission $40
Contact 212-570-3949
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, December 11, 2016   7PM
Who Ezar Knight, actor; Jessica Gould, soprano; Nicholas Tamagna, countertenor; Chris Morrongiello, lute
  Script by Erica Gould; co-directed by Erica Gould and Deborah Houston. Cast: Ezra Knight, Ayo Haynes, Gabriel Sloyer, David Arrow
Title The Floor of Heaven: Scenes From a Merchant and Songs of His Venice
Description Interweaves moments from Shakespeare's complex and revolutionary text with the play's original music and songs from the English-Venetian soundscape that Shakespeare's characters would have played and heard. A dynamic reflection on Shylock's Venice.
Presenter Salon/Sanctuary Concerts
Where The Bernie Wohl Theater Goddard Riverside Communi
647 Columbus Avenue between 91st and 92nd Street
New York, NY  10025
Admission $20 - $100
Contact https://www.showclix.com/event/FloorOfHeaven
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Thursday, December 15, 2016   1:15 PM
Who Duo Seraphim
  Niccolo Seligmann, viola da gamba; Sarah Hawkey, soprano
Title Hors d’oevres: Sound Bites of 17th c. France
Description Duo Seraphim relish in the delicacy of 17th-century French music. From the ethereal delight of Moulinié's lute songs to the brash individuality of Machy's dance music, this program celebrates the cozy effervescence of French music before Lully.
Presenter The Midtown Concerts
Where Chapel of St. Bartholomew’s Church 
325 Park Avenue (East 51st Street )
New York, NY  10022
Admission Free, donations optional
Contact fgalesi@gemsny.org
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Thursday, December 15, 2016   1:15 PM
Who My Lord Chamberlain’s Consort
  Niccolo Seligmann, viola da gamba; Sarah Hawkey, soprano
Title Hors d’oevres: Sound Bites of 17th c. France
Description Duo Seraphim relish in the delicacy of 17th-century French music. From the ethereal delight of Moulinié's lute songs to the brash individuality of Machy's dance music, this program celebrates the cozy effervescence of French music before Lully.
Presenter The Midtown Concerts
Where Chapel of St. Bartholomew’s Church 
325 Park Avenue (East 51st Street )
New York, NY  10022
Admission Free, donations optional
Contact fgalesi@gemsny.org
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Friday, December 16, 2016   7:30PM
Who Transfiguration Choirs
Title Händel's
Description The Transfiguration Choir of Men & Boys, Girls Choir, Camerata, and Instrumental Ensemble. Soloists are Celine Mogielnicki, soprano; Joe Redd, alto; Jonathan Blalock, tenor; and Jake Ingbar, baritone. Claudia Dumschat, conductor.
Presenter Church of the Transfiguration
Where Church of the Transfiguration
1 East 29th Street
(between Fifth and Madison)
New York, NY  10016
Admission $35 general admission; $25 students and seniors
Contact (212) 684-4174 (reservations)
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, December 17, 2016   1PM
Who Translated by Carol Symes, Directed by Kyle A. Thomas, Musical Direction by Drew Minter
Title The Play of Adam
Description The first fully-staged musical production of the 12th c Play of Adam in a new verse translation from Anglo-Norman French. A holiday play for all ages, framed by floral decorations, accompanied by medieval vocal interludes and period instruments.
Presenter MetLiveArts
Where The Met Cloisters
99 Margaret Corbin Drive
New York, NY  10040
Admission $65
Contact 212-570-3949
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, December 17, 2016   3PM
Who Translated by Carol Symes, Directed by Kyle A. Thomas, Musical Direction by Drew Minter
Title The Play of Adam
Description The first fully-staged musical production of the 12th c Play of Adam in a new verse translation from Anglo-Norman French. A holiday play for all ages, framed by floral decorations, accompanied by medieval vocal interludes and period instruments.
Presenter MetLiveArts
Where The Met Cloisters
99 Margaret Corbin Drive
New York, NY  10040
Admission $65
Contact 212-570-3949
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, December 17, 2016   7 pm
Who Queens Consort
  Claire Smith Bermingham, baroque violin; Dan McCarthy, baroque violin; Margrét Hjaltested, baroque viola; Anneke Schaul-Yoder, baroque cello; Aya Hamada, harpsicord; Guest artist;Tatiana Daubek, baroque cello
Title Yuletide Baroque Celebration
Description Please join us for our Yuletide Celebration concert. Enjoy music of Manfredini, Heinichen, Anonacci, BIber, Vivaldi and Bach. Festive reception to follow the concert.
Presenter Queens Consort
Where St. Mark´s Church
33-50 82nd street
Jackson Heights, NY  11372
Admission Tickets at the door: $20 / $15
Contact Margret Hjaltested
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Saturday, December 17, 2016   7:30PM
Who The Sebastians
  Daniel S. Lee, Nicholas DiEugenio, and Chloe Fedor, violins Kyle Miller, viola Ezra Seltzer, cello Dongsok Shin, harpsichord
Title The Four Seasons
Description Celebrate the holiday season with the Sebastians! This festive evening features Vivaldi’s inimitable masterwork, The Four Seasons, alongside a newly commissioned companion work by Tawnie Olson and a violin concerto by J.S. Bach.
Where All Angels' Church
251 W 80th St
New York, NY  10024
Admission $40 General, $35 Senior, $15 Student
Contact music@sebastians.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Sunday, December 18, 2016   1PM
Who Translated by Carol Symes, Directed by Kyle A. Thomas, Musical Direction by Drew Minter
Title The Play of Adam
Description The first fully-staged musical production of the 12th c Play of Adam in a new verse translation from Anglo-Norman French. A holiday play for all ages, framed by floral decorations, accompanied by medieval vocal interludes and period instruments.
Presenter MetLiveArts
Where The Met Cloisters
99 Margaret Corbin Drive
New York, NY  10040
Admission $65
Contact 212-570-3949
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, December 18, 2016   2:00PM
Who Early Music New York
Title RENAISSANCE CHRISTMAS - Annual Season Tradition
Description To celebrate the holidays, Frederick Renz has selected carols, noels and motets emanating from European sacred and secular rituals. Special holiday repertoire performed for voices and instruments -- traditionally sold-out seasonal performances!
Where Cathedral of Saint John the Divine
1047 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY  10025
Admission $20-40
Contact (212) 280-0330
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, December 18, 2016   2:00PM
Who Early Music New York
Title RENAISSANCE CHRISTMAS - Annual Season Tradition
Description To celebrate the holidays, Frederick Renz has selected carols, noels and motets emanating from European sacred and secular rituals. Special holiday repertoire performed for voices and instruments -- traditionally sold-out seasonal performances!
Where Cathedral of Saint John the Divine
1047 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY  10025
Admission $20-40
Contact (212) 280-0330
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, December 18, 2016   3:00PM
Who Angelica Women's Chamber Choir
  Marie Caruso (Director), January Akselrad, Carla Bond, Christina Bruno, Claire Collins, Laura Jaeger, Colleen Kiel, Anita Massengill, Kathleen McClafferty, Wilma Messenger, Mary Peck, Johanna Maria Rose, Susan Saslow, Carolyn Summers, Mary Varchaver
Title Sweet Was the Song
Description The program celebrates Yuletide with music from the Cistercian convent of Las Huelgas de Burgos and the Benedictine convent of St. Mary-on-the-Hill in Chester. The group will also sing Francisco Guerrero's "Gabriel Archangelus," as well as other works.
Presenter Angelica Women's Chamber Choir
Where Church of St. Vincent Ferrer
869 Lexington Ave. at E. 66th St.
New York, NY  10706
Admission Suggested Donation: $20; $10 seniors & students
Contact 914 478-3267
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Sunday, December 18, 2016   3PM
Who Translated by Carol Symes, Directed by Kyle A. Thomas, Musical Direction by Drew Minter
Title The Play of Adam
Description The first fully-staged musical production of the 12th c Play of Adam in a new verse translation from Anglo-Norman French. A holiday play for all ages, framed by floral decorations, accompanied by medieval vocal interludes and period instruments.
Presenter MetLiveArts
Where The Met Cloisters
99 Margaret Corbin Drive
New York, NY  10040
Admission $65
Contact 212-570-3949
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Wednesday, December 21, 2016   7PM
Who Sonnambula
  Jude Ziliak and Toma Iliev (violin); Elizabeth Weinfield, Amy Domingues, and Shirley Hunt (viola da gamba) and James Kennerley (harpsichord and tenor)
Title Flemish Holiday with Family & Friends: The Salon of Leonora Duarte (1610–1678)
Description Leonora Duarte was one of the most brilliant composers of her time. Yet in spite of her talent and her family’s prominence, she received no commissions due to an insurmountable double whammy: she was both a Jew and a woman.
Presenter The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Where The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY  10028
Admission $65
Contact sonnambulaviols@gmail.com
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Thursday, December 22, 2016   1:15 PM
Who My Lord Chamberlain’s Consort
  Philip Anderson, tenor Grant Herreid, baritone, countertenor, lute, recorder Rosamund Morley, viols Andy Rutherford, lute Marcia Young, soprano and harp
Title A Renaissance Christmas
Description Celebrate the warmth and beauty of the midwinter season with a round of traditional songs, carols, noels, and instrumental dances arranged for lutes, voices, viol, recorder, and harp.
Presenter The Midtown Concerts
Where Chapel of St. Bartholomew’s Church 
325 Park Avenue (East 51st Street )
New York, NY  10022
Admission Free, donations optional
Contact fgalesi@gemsny.org
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, December 25, 2016   2:00PM
Who Early Music New York
Title RENAISSANCE CHRISTMAS - Annual Season Tradition
Description To celebrate the holidays, Frederick Renz has selected carols, noels and motets emanating from European sacred and secular rituals. Special holiday repertoire performed for voices and instruments -- traditionally sold-out seasonal performances!
Where Cathedral of Saint John the Divine
1047 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY  10025
Admission $20-50
Contact (212) 280-0330
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, December 25, 2016   7:30PM
Who Early Music New York
Title RENAISSANCE CHRISTMAS - Annual Season Tradition
Description To celebrate the holidays, Frederick Renz has selected carols, noels and motets emanating from European sacred and secular rituals. Special holiday repertoire performed for voices and instruments -- traditionally sold-out seasonal performances!
Where Cathedral of Saint John the Divine
1047 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY  10025
Admission $20-40
Contact (212) 280-0330
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Thursday, December 29, 2016   1:15 PM
Who Burning River Baroque
  Malina Rauschenfels, soprano & cello Paula Mast, harpsichord
Title Forces of Good and Evil: Seasonal Works by Musical Saints and Sinners
Description Burning River Baroque will explore seasonal music by composers whose lives were colored with drama and scandal, alongside of works by those who led more honorable lives.
Presenter The Midtown Concerts
Where St. Bartholomew's Church
325 Park Avenue (East 51st Street )
New York, NY  10024
Admission Free, donations optional
Contact fgalesi@gemsny.org
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Thursday, January 5, 2017   1:15 PM
Who BALAM Dance Theater
  Adam Cockerham, baroque guitar Maureen Murchie, baroque violin Lisa Terry, baroque cello Carlos Fittante, choreographer and baroque dancer
Title Music and Dance from the Courts of Europe and the New World
Description Enjoy a program presenting Baroque music and dance from the courts and villages of Europe and the New World, with excerpts from Tom Zajac’s reconstruction of Codex Trujillo, danced by Carlos Fittante and company members of the BALAM Dance Theatre.
Presenter Midtown Concerts
Where Chapel of St. Bartholomew’s Church 
325 Park Avenue
East 51st St.
New York, NY  10022
Admission Free, donation optional
Contact midtownconcerts@gemsny.org
Links «mapquest»
-top-
 
Thursday, January 12, 2017   1:15 PM
Who Guido's Ear
  Dongmyng Ahn, rebec, vielle Aaron Brown, rebec, fame-drum Christa Patton, bagpipe, harp, pipe and tabor, recorder, shawm, ciaramella
Title En’Attendant Souffir…Espoir…Réjouir...
Description Guido’s Ear bring you a medieval feast featuring lively estampie and salterelli contrasted with the hauntingly beautiful music of the Ars Subtilior, performed on rebecs, vielles, bagpipes, shawms, and harp.
Presenter Midtown Concerts
Where Chapel of St. Bartholomew’s Church 
325 Park Avenue
East 51st St.
New York, NY  10022
Admission Free, donation optional
Contact midtownconcerts@gemsny.org
Links «mapquest»
-top-
 
Thursday, January 12, 2017   8PM
Who Corina Marti: recorders & clavisymbalum Ivo Haun: tenor Ayelet Karni: recorders, pipe and tabor Chri
  Music and Texts by Moniot de Paris, Mahieu le Juif, Guiraut Riquier, Obadiah the Proselyte, and anonymous songs and dances
Title Of Meistersingers and Mizmorim: the Wandering Troubador, the Origins of Klezmer, and the Roots of Wagnerian Fantasy
Description An international ensemble offers a unique program of medieval repertoire from Germany, Poland, France, Bohemia, and the Middle East – distinctive national styles that entwined and emerged over centuries as the iconic soundscape of Ashkenazi Jewry.
Presenter Salon/Sanctuary Concerts
Where The Brotherhood Synagogue
28 Gramercy Park South
New York, NY  
Admission $25/$35/$100
Contact https://www.showclix.com/event/Mizmorim/ 1 888 718 4253
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Friday, January 13, 2017   7:00 PM
Who TENET
  Scott Metcalfe, Music Director Jolle Greenleaf, Artistic Director
Title The Cycle of Invention: Guillaume De Machaut
Description From the late 13th century to the Roman de Fauvel (compiled 1316), the Ars nova (c. 1322) of Phillipe de Vitry and the music of Guillaume Machaut.
Where TENRI Cultural Institute
3 West 13th Street
New York, NY  10011
Contact (212) 222-4066
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Friday, January 13, 2017   9:00 PM
Who TENET
  Scott Metcalfe, Music Director Jolle Greenleaf, Artistic Director
Title The Cycle of Invention: Guillaume De Machaut
Description From the late 13th century to the Roman de Fauvel (compiled 1316), the Ars nova (c. 1322) of Phillipe de Vitry and the music of Guillaume Machaut.
Where TENRI Cultural Institute
3 West 13th Street
New York, NY  10011
Contact (212) 222-4066
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Thursday, January 19, 2017   1:15 PM
Who Inwood Baroque
  Noémy Gagnon-Lafrenais, violin Arnie Tanimoto, viola da gamba Leonard Schmit, harpsichord
Title Les goûts-réunis
Description Les goûts-réunis is an exploration of the cosmopolitan qualities featured in Couperin, Telemann and Rameau's works. Their work hints towards the definition and sometimes unification of the stylistic qualities of 18th century French and Italian music.
Presenter Midtown Concerts
Where Chapel of St. Bartholomew’s Church 
325 Park Avenue
East 51st St.
New York, NY  10022
Admission Free, donation optional
Contact midtownconcerts@gemsny.org
Links «mapquest»
-top-
 
Saturday, January 21, 2017   8 PM
Who New York Polyphony
Title Palestrina's Marcellus Mass
Description Since forming a decade ago, New York Polyphony has become an admired addition to the international early music scene—and a regular on Miller’s series.
Presenter Miller Theatre
Where Church of St. Mary the Virgin
145 West 46th Street, between 6th and 7th avenues,
New York, NY  10036
Admission 30-45
Contact 212-854-7799
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Thursday, January 26, 2017   1:15 PM
Who Concordian Dawn
  Nicholas Tamagna, counter tenor; Christopher Preston Thompson, tenor and Medieval harp Jonathan Woody, baritone Guest artist: Sarah Hawkey, soprano
Title Fortune's Remedy
Description Enjoy an afternoon exploring the sounds of the Medieval world! The program features music found in Guillaume de Machaut's seminal lyric narrative, "Le Remède de Fortune" exhibiting a range of styles from the traditions of the ars antiqua and the ars nova.
Presenter Midtown Concerts
Where Chapel of St. Bartholomew’s Church 
325 Park Avenue
East 51st St.
New York, NY  10022
Admission Free, donation optional
Contact midtownconcerts@gemsny.org
Links «mapquest»
-top-
 
Thursday, January 26, 2017   8 PM
Who David Shuler, organist; Baroque in the Field; vocal soloists from Choir of St. Luke in the Fields
  David Shuler, organ soloist; Soloists from the Choir of St. Luke in the Fields; and Baroque in the Fields, an ensemble of period instruments
Title The Splendor of the North German Baroque
Description Celebrating the innovative brilliance of North German Baroque composers, this program will include chamber cantatas paired with solo works for the organ by Dietrich Buxtehude, Nicolaus Bruhns and Franz Tunder.
Presenter Music & Arts at St. Luke in the Fields
Where Church of St. Luke in the Fields
487 Hudson Street
New York, NY  10014
Admission $35 general, $25 students and seniors
Contact music@stlukeinthefields.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Friday, January 27, 2017   12:00pm
Who Mount Sinai Concerts for Patients
  Founders Kristin Olson and Nadir Aslam, with guests Cynthia Roberts, Will Crutchfield, Samina Aslam, and Dongsok Shin, and many many more!
Title Mozart's Birthday Marathon
Description This free all-Mozart musical party will uplift and inspire all! At noon we begin with a period-instrument orchestra, then move on an all-day marathon of chamber music featuring everything from string quartet to wind octet and basset horn trios.
Presenter Mount Sinai Concerts for Patients
Where Mount Sinai Guggenheim Atrium
1190 5th Ave
New York, NY  10033
Admission FREEE
Contact music@mountsinaiconcerts.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Saturday, January 28, 2017   8:00PM
Who Parthenia Viol Consort
  Beverly Au, Lawrence Lipnik, Rosamund Morley and Lisa Terry
Title Parthenia Viol Consort Presents William Byrd - A Life in Music
Description Parthenia will collaborate with an ensemble of New York’s finest Renaissance music singers and other guests to present a rich and varied selection of masterworks for viols and voices by William Byrd, Queen Elizabeth I’s favorite composer.
Presenter GEMS NY
Where The Church of Saint Luke in the Fields
487 Hudson Street
New York, NY  10014
Admission $40 and $25
Contact 212-866-0468
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Sunday, January 29, 2017   3PM
Who The New York Classical Quartet
  Judson Griffin and Margaret Ziemnicka, violins; Marie Daniels, viola; and David Bakamjian, cello
Title From Baroque to Classical
Description Works of Telemann, Graun, Richter, and Haydn explore the development of the string quartet in the 1730s to 1750s. Reservations: (212) 684-4174 or order online at https://www.artful.ly/store/events/11111
Presenter Church of the Transfiguration
Where Church of the Transfiguration
1 East 29th Street
New York, NY  10016
Admission $30 and $15 for seniors and students
Contact (917) 825-8895
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
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
Links «mapquest»
-top-
 
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
Links «mapquest»   «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
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
Links «mapquest»
-top-
 
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
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
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
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
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
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
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
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
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
Links «mapquest»
-top-
 
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
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Thursday, February 16, 2017   8PM
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
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
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
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, February 19, 2017   2PM
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
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
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
Links «mapquest»
-top-
 
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
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
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
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
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
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Saturday, March 4, 2017   3PM
Who Amor Artis Chorus
  Ryan James Brandau, Artistic Director
Title FRENCH MASTERWORKS
Description Amor Artis Chorus and Orchestra will perform Lent-inspired motets in the sparkling acoustic of Holy Trinity Church. Conducted by Artistic Director Ryan James Brandau, the program will feature works by Poulenc, Charpentier, Rameau and Manchicourt.
Presenter Amor Artis
Where Church of the Holy Trinity
213 West 82nd Street
New York, NY  10024
Admission 35 / $25 Students & Seniors. Limited $10 tickets
Contact Anne Barthel
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Saturday, March 4, 2017   7:30PM
Who Early Music New York
Title MOZART MONIKER - Wolfgang's Counterparts
Description Classical works by Mozart's namesakes of other European nations: Samuel Wesley – “the English Mozart,” Joseph Martin Kraus – “the Swedish Mozart,” Josef Mysliveèek – “the Bohemian Mozart,” as well as Chevalier de St. Georges – “the Black Mozart.”
Where First Church of Christ, Scientist,
Central Park West at 68th Street
New York, NY  10023
Admission $20-40
Contact (212) 280-0330
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, March 5, 2017   5PM
Who La Fiocco
  Lewis R. Baratz, recorder, artistic director; Claire Smith Bermingham & Nadir Aslam, baroque violins; Dan McCarthy, baroque viola; John Mark Rozendaal, baroque cello Alexandra Dunbar, harpsichord
Title The Palace and the Parlor
Description 18th-Century Concertos for Recoreder
Presenter Washington Heights Musical Society
Where Hebrew Tabernacle of Washington Heights
551 Fort Washington Avenue
NYC, NY  
Admission Free, free will donations graciously accepted)
Contact fiocco@comcast.net
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, March 11, 2017   2PM
Who Hofstra Collegium Musicum
  Christopher Morrongiello, Director
Title Behind the Arras
Description Songs & Instrumental Music from Shakespeare's Time by Dowland, Gibbons, Holborne, Pilkington, Campion, Johnson, Coprario, & Monteverdi.
Presenter 68th Annual Hofstra Shakespeare Festival
Where The Globe Stage, John Cranford Adams Playhouse
Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY
Hempstead, NY  11549
Admission $6 general admission
Contact 516-463-6644
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, March 12, 2017   9AM-8PM
Who The New York Flute Club Flute Fair
  Barthold Kuijken, Baroque flutist, and Dongsok Shin, Harpsichordist
Title 2017 Flute Fair
Description Berthold Kuijken, will offer a Masterclass in performance practice and a recital for Baroque flute and Harpsichord. The Flute Fair has many events throughout the day including concerts, an exhibitor’s hall, and workshops
Presenter The New York Flute Club
Where Faculty House at Columbia University
64 Morningside Drive
New York City, NY  10027
Admission $40-$60
Contact Deirdre McArdle
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Monday, March 13, 2017   8PM
Who Jessica Gould, Eric Hoeprich, Diego Cantalupi, Christoph Hammer
Title Crepuscolo Götterdämmerung: Song Settings at the Twilight of the Ancien Régime
Description Works of Dussek, Henry, Meyerbeer, Spohr, and Domenico Maria Puccini, from the time of the Emancipation of the Ghetto.
Presenter Salon/Sanctuary Concerts
Where The Abigail Adams Smith Auditorium
417 East 61st Street
New York City, NY  10065
Admission $20/$30/$50/$100
Contact 18887184253
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Thursday, March 16, 2017   8 PM
Who Choir of St. Luke in the Fields
  David Shuler, music director
Title Music from the 17th century Salzburg Court
Description Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber's "Requiem in F Minor" and "Mass in B Flat Major", along with instrumental music. Choir of St. Luke in the Fields with Parthenia Viol Consort and Baroque in the Fields, an ensemble of period instruments.
Presenter Music & Arts at St. Luke in the Fields
Where Church of St. Luke in the Fields
487 Hudson Street
New York, NY  10014
Admission $35 general, $25 students and seniors
Contact music@stlukeinthefields.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Thursday, March 23, 2017   7:00 PM
Who TENET and The Sebastians
  Jeffrey Grossman, Music Director Jolle Greenleaf, Artistic Director
Title J.S. Bach's St. John Passion
Description TENET and the Sebastians team up to perform J.S. Bach's St. John Passion in an unconducted performance with an extraordinary cast! Jeffrey Grossman will lead the two ensembles from the chamber organ with tenor Aaron Sheehan as the Evangelist.
Where German Lutheran Church of St. Paul
315 West 22nd Street
Between 8th and 9th Avenues)
New York, NY  10011
Contact (212) 222-4066
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, March 25, 2017   7:00 PM
Who TENET and The Sebastians
  Jeffrey Grossman, Music Director Jolle Greenleaf, Artistic Director
Title J.S. Bach's St. John Passion
Description TENET and the Sebastians team up to perform J.S. Bach's St. John Passion in an unconducted performance with an extraordinary cast! Jeffrey Grossman will lead the two ensembles from the chamber organ with tenor Aaron Sheehan as the Evangelist.
Where German Lutheran Church of St. Paul
315 West 22nd Street
Between 8th and 9th Avenues)
New York, NY  10011
Contact (212) 222-4066
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, March 25, 2017   7:30PM
Who The Dryden Ensemble
Title Bach's Birthday
Description Celebrating 332 years of J. S. Bach with chamber music by Bach, Buxtehude, Telemann & Weiss for oboe, violin, viola da gamba, lute, and harpsichord
Where Trinity Episcopal Church
6587 Upper York Road
Solebury, PA  18938
Admission $25 general admission; free to students with ID
Contact Jane McKinley
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, March 25, 2017   8 PM
Who Orlando Consort
Title Rediscovering Compère
Description The name Loyset Compère is not as familiar as Dufay or Josquin, but many—the Orlando Consort among them—believe that this Franco-Flemish composer deserves a place amongst the masters of the 15th century.
Presenter Miller Theatre
Where Church of St. Mary the Virgin
150 W 83rd Street
New York, NY  
Admission 35-50
Contact 212-854-7799
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, March 25, 2017   8PM
Who Brooke Bryant & Yolanda F. Johnson, sopranos
  with Michael Eisenberg, harpsichord & piano
Title Music, She Wrote: A Celebration of Female Composers Throughout the Ages
Description In celebration of Women’s History Month, join sopranos Yolanda F. Johnson and Brooke Bryant for an engaging evening of song. They will perform music by Hildegard von Bingen and Barbara Strozzi, as well as composers of the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries.
Where Ann Goodman Recital Hall at Kaufman Music Center
129 West 67th Street
New York, NY  
Admission $10
Contact bflat_minor@yahoo.com
Links «mapquest»   «mail»
-top-
 
Sunday, March 26, 2017   3:00PM
Who The Dryden Ensemble
  Jane McKinley oboes; Vita Wallace, violin; Lisa Terry, cello; Daniel Swenberg, lute and theorbo; Webb Wiggins, harpsichord.
Title Bach's Birthday
Description Celebrating 332 years of J. S. Bach with chamber music by Bach, Buxtehude, Telemann & Weiss for oboe, violin, viola da gamba, lute, and harpsichord
Where Miller Chapel, Princeton Theological Seminary
64 Mercer Street
Princeton, NJ  08540
Admission $25 general admission; free to students with ID
Contact Jane McKinley
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, April 1, 2017   7:30PM
Who Concertino New York
  Simona Frenkel, piano; Emilie-Anne Gendron, violin; Caleb van der Swaagh,cello
Title Juilliard in the Heights
Description Award-winning pianist Simona Frenkel, violinist Emilie-Anne Gendron,lauded by the New York Times as a “brilliant soloist”, and cellist Caleb van der Swaagh,a recent alumnus of Ensemble ACJW, present music of Bach, Haydn, Mozart and Turina.
Presenter First Presbyterian Church of Yorktown Concert Series
Where First Presbyterian Church of Yorktown
2880 Crompond Road
Yorktown Height, NY  10598
Admission free
Contact https://www.facebook.com/simona.frenkel.5
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Saturday, April 8, 2017   7:30PM
Who Edoardo Bellotti, organist
Title Franz Joseph Haydn: The Seven Last Words of Our Savior on the Cross
Description Internationally renowned organist and harpsichordist Edoardo Bellotti presents his organ version, based on the fortepiano version (ca.1790) and the original orchestral version (1783) as a prelude to Holy Week.
Presenter Music & Arts at St. Luke in the Fields
Where Church of St. Luke in the Fields.
487 Hudson Street
New York, NY  10014
Admission Free-will offering
Contact music@stlukeinthefields.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, April 9, 2017   3PM
Who Choir of Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church
  with Saint Andrew Orchestra Andrew Henderson, conductor
Title Music for Holy Week: Works by Bach & Schütz
Description The professional choir of MAPC presents Bach’s motet “Jesu, meine Freude,” “Die Sieben Worte” (Seven Last Words of Christ) by Heinrich Schütz, and motets written by extended members of the Bach Family, Johann Christoph Bach and Johann Ludwig Bach.
Presenter Saint Andrew Music Society
Where Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church
921 Madison Avenue
New York, NY  10021
Admission $30 ($25 - Seniors 62+/Students)
Contact 212-288-8920
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Tuesday, April 11, 2017   7:00PM
Who TENET and Daniel Hyde
  Jolle Greenleaf, Artistic Director Daniel Hyde, Loening-Hancock organ
Title Selections from TENEBRAE RESPONSORIES by Carlos Gesualdo
Description Featuring TENET | Jolle Greenleaf, Artistic Director. Selections from TENEBRAE RESPONSORIES by Carlos Gesualdo, with Organ improvisations by Daniel Hyde.
Presenter Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue's Holy Week Musical Meditations
Where Saint Thomas Church
1 W. 53rd Street, at Fifth Avenue
New York, NY  10019
Admission No cost; Donation Requested
Contact 212.757.7013
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Friday, April 14, 2017   7:30PM
Who Artists of St. Luke in the Fields
  Madeline Healey, soprano, Catherine Hedberg, alto, with David Shuler, organ Leah Gale Nelson, violin, and Jeffrey Grossman, chamber organ
Title Meditations on the Passion of Christ
Description Music and readings for Good Friday, including motets for Holy Week of Nicolo Porpora (1686-1768), and violin sonatas of H.I.F. Biber (1644-1704), The Agony in the Garden, The Carrying of the Cross, and The Crucifixion, from the "Rosary Sonatas".
Presenter The Church of St. Luke in the Fields
Where The Church of St. Luke in the Fields
487 Hudson Street
New York, NY  10014
Admission Free
Contact David Shuler
Links «mapquest»   «mail»
-top-
 
Friday, April 14, 2017   7:30PM
Who Healey, Hedberg, Shuler, Nelson, Grossman
  Madeline Healey, soprano, Catherine Hedberg, alto, with David Shuler, organ Leah Gale Nelson, violin, and Jeffrey Grossman, chamber organ
Title Meditations on the Passion of Christ
Description Music and readings for Good Friday: motets for Holy Week of Nicolo Porpora (1686-1768), and violin sonatas of Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber (1644-1704), The Agony in the Garden, The Carrying of the Cross, and The Crucifixion, from the "Rosary Sonatas".
Presenter Music & Arts at St. Luke in the Fields
Where Church of St. Luke in the Fields.
487 Hudson Street
New York, NY  10014
Admission Free-will offering
Contact music@stlukeinthefields.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Friday, April 21, 2017   7 pm
Who Queens Consort
  Claire Smith Bermingham, baroque violin; Dan McCarthy, baroque violin; Margrét Hjaltested, baroque viola; Anneke Schaul-Yoder, baroque cello; Aya Hamada, harpsicord.
Description Please join us for our April concert series entitled "If Music and Sweet Poetry agree". Works by the English baroque composers Handel, Purcell Hayes, Arne and Flackton.
Presenter Queens Consort
Where St. George´s Church
209 East 16th street
New York, NY  10003
Admission Suggested donation
Contact Margret Hjaltested
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Saturday, April 22, 2017   3PM
Who New York Classical Quartet
  Judson Griffin, Margaret Ziemnicka, Marie Daniels, David Bakamjian, with guest Rebecca Pechefsky
Title The String Quartet in Spain
Description Works written in Spain by Antonio Soler--including his String Quintet No. 1 for strings and harpsichord--and Luigi Boccherini, as well as a quartet by Haydn and solo harpsichord sonatas by Soler. Reception afterward.
Presenter Music at Morris-Jumel
Where Morris-Jumel Mansion
65 Jumel Terrace
New York, NY  10032
Admission $25, $20 (members)
Contact Rebecca Pechefsky
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, April 22, 2017   7 pm
Who Queens Consort
  Claire Smith Bermingham, baroque violin; Dan McCarthy, baroque violin; Margrét Hjaltested, baroque viola; Anneke Schaul-Yoder, baroque cello; Aya Hamada, harpsicord.
Description Please join us for our April concert series entitled "If Music and Sweet Poetry agree". Works by the English baroque composers Handel, Purcell Hayes, Arne and Flackton. Festive reception to follow the concert.
Presenter Queens Consort
Where St. Mark´s Church
33-50 82nd street
Jackson Heights, NY  11372
Admission Tickets at the door: $20/$15 for students/ seniors
Contact Margret Hjaltested
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Monday, April 24, 2017   7:30PM
Who the Sebastians
  Nicholas DiEugenio Chloe Fedor Daniel S. Lee Francis Liu Edson Scheid Beth Wenstrom
Title The Complete J.S. Bach for Solo Violin
Description This unique musical experience reveals Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin as you’ve never heard them before: six contrapuntal masterpieces presented as an immersive installation for you to explore.
Where Cathedral of St. John the Divine
1047 Amsterdam Ave (at 112th Street)
New York, NY  10025
Admission $40 General, $35 Seniors, $15 Students
Contact music@sebastians.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Thursday, April 27, 2017   8 PM
Who Choir of St. Luke in the Fields
  David Shuler, music director
Title Music from the Sistine Chapel
Description New version of Gregorio Allegri's "Miserere", Palestrina’s double-choir Missa Laudate Dominum and motets by Felice Anerio. Choir of St. Luke in the Fields.
Presenter Music & Arts at St. Luke in the Fields
Where Church of St. Luke in the Fields
487 Hudson Street
New York, NY  10014
Admission $35 general, $25 students and seniors
Contact music@stlukeinthefields.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Friday, April 28, 2017   7:30PM
Who Juilliard415
  Mi-Li Chang, flute; Neil Chen, bassoon; Karen Dekker, Stephen Goist, Sarah Jane Kenner, Ula Kinderyté & Isabelle Seula Lee, violin; Ana Kim & Matt Zucker, cello; Katarzyna Kluczykowska & Eunji Lee, harpsichord
Title A Musical Banquet - Virtuoso German Chamber Music of the Baroque
Description Telemann’s Quartet No. 1 in D major & Sonata for Bassoon & Continuo; Bach’s Violin Sonata in E minor & Toccata in C minor; Biber’s Annunciation Sonata”; and chamber works by Carl Friedrich Abel, Giuseppe Antonio Brescianello & Johann Friedrich Fasch.
Presenter Saint Andrew Music Society
Where Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church
921 Madison Avenue
New York, NY  10021
Admission $20 ($15 - Seniors 62+/Students)
Contact Andrew Henderson
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, April 29, 2017   8:00 PM
Who Mark Kramer
  Ars Antiqua Period Instrument Orchestra with Ilana Davidson, Soprano. Dapha Mor & Tricia van Oers, Recorder, Jorg-Michael Schwarz, Baroque Violin, Dongsok Shin, Harpsichord.
Title Bach in the Kingdom of Two Castles: The Weimar Chronicles
Description Recently Discovered: ‘Alles mit Gott’ & Arias from the Weimar Cantatas. Johann Ernst, Prince of Sachsen-Weimar: Violin Concerti. Buxtehude, “Herr, wenn ich nur Dich hab.” Vivaldi, Concerto for Two Recorders & Strings.
Presenter Ars Antiqua
Where The Historic Church of St. Mary the Virgin
191 South Greeley Avenue
Chappaqua, NY  10514
Admission $35 $40 $50
Contact 914-238-8015
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, April 30, 2017   4:00pm
Who Ensemble Leonarda in Concert
  Susan Graham, flute; Claire Smith Bermingham, violin; Arnie Tanimoto, gamba; Keiran Campbell, cello; Nancy Kito, harpsichord
Description It's an anniversary year for Telemann (1681-1767) so join Ensemble Leonarda in exploring the works of this baroque master and celebrating TeleMannia! This is a one-hour concert, no intermission.
Where French Church du St. Esprit
109 E. 60th Street
New York, NY  10022
Admission $20 ($15 seniors & students)
Contact 917-214-8714
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, April 30, 2017   4PM
Who ALBA Consort
  Margo Andrea: mezzo-soprano, vielle Christopher Morrongiello: lute, Baroque guitar Carlo Valte: oud Rex Benincasa: percussion: riq, darbuka, tar, castanets; voice, hurdy gurdy, psaltry
Title Treasure Laden
Description Melodic Gems of the Ancient & Brave New World as part of the New York Philharmonic’s “New World Initiative” Mediterranean & European early music on traditional instruments.
Presenter Long Island Early Music Festival
Where Cathedral of the Incarnation, Garden City
50 Cathedral Avenue
Garden City, NY  11530
Admission $20 gen. admission; $10 for seniors; students free
Contact (516) 746-2955
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Friday, May 5, 2017   5PM
Who The Teares of the Muses; Kathleen Cantrell
  Margaret Panofsky. director and treble viol; Kathleen Cantrell, soprano; Teares of the Muses viol consort
Title From Crystal Heav’ns Above, to Earth Where Sorrow Dwelleth
Description The Teares of the Muses and soprano Kathleen Cantrell perform consort songs and viol fantasies by Taverner, Byrd, Morley, Dowland, and Purcell. The music displays both pathos and humor, from the tragic "O death" to the bawdy "The dark is my delight."
Presenter New York University
Where New York University Bobst Library Gallery
70 Washington Square North
New York City, NY  10003
Admission Free
Contact 212-998-8300
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Friday, May 5, 2017   7:00 PM
Who TENET
  Scott Metcalfe, Music Director Jolle Greenleaf, Artistic Director
Title The Cycle of Invention: The Next Generation
Description From the late 13th century to the Roman de Fauvel (compiled 1316), the Ars nova (c. 1322) of Phillipe de Vitry and the music of Guillaume Machaut.
Where TENRI Cultural Institute
3 West 13th Street
New York, NY  10011
Contact (212) 222-4066
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Friday, May 5, 2017   9:00 PM
Who TENET
  Scott Metcalfe, Music Director Jolle Greenleaf, Artistic Director
Title The Cycle of Invention: The Next Generation
Description From the late 13th century to the Roman de Fauvel (compiled 1316), the Ars nova (c. 1322) of Phillipe de Vitry and the music of Guillaume Machaut.
Where TENRI Cultural Institute
3 West 13th Street
New York, NY  10011
Contact (212) 222-4066
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, May 6, 2017   7:30PM
Who Early Music New York
Title BACH BROTHERHOOD - Johann Sebastian's Peers
Description Works by Johann Sebastian Bach and his celebrated counterparts: Georg Friedrich Händel, Georg Philipp Telemann, Johann Friedrich Fasch and Christoph Graupner in ouvertures, concerti grossi and sinfonias for this high baroque musical offering.
Where First Church of Christ, Scientist,
Central Park West at 68th Street
New York, NY  10023
Admission $20-40
Contact (212) 280-0330
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, May 6, 2017   8 pm
Who Polyhymnia
  John Bradley, Director
Title Osculetur me - Music of Orlande de Lassus
Description Missa Osculetur me a8, Song of Songs Motets and Marian Antiphons. Pre-Concert Lecture 7 pm, Dr. Sarah Davies
Where The Church of St. Ignaitus of Antioch
552 West End Avenue
Enter on W. 87th Street
New York, NY  10024
Admission $30 General Admission, $20 Students, Seniors
Contact info@polyhymnia-nyc.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Tuesday, May 9, 2017   7:00PM
Who New York Continuo Collective
  Grant Herreid, Director; Paul Shipper, Staging Director
Title The Zarzuela Project Concert
Description A staged production of scenes from Spanish Renaissance and Baroque musical theater, including Sebastian Durón and Juan de Navas’ Apolo y Dafne (c. 1705), Juan Hidalgo’s Celos aun del aire matan (c.1660), and Durón’s, La Selva Encantada de Amor (c. 1705).
Presenter New York Continuo Collective
Where The Recital Hall at St Michael's Church
225 W 99th St (btwn Broadway & Amsterdam)
New York, NY  
Admission Free; Donations Welcome
Contact continuony@aol.com
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Thursday, May 11, 2017   8PM
Who Members of Hesperus
  Tina Chancey, John Mark Rozendaal, and Webb Wiggins
Title In the Salon of Mademoiselle Lévi: Viols at the Revolution
Description Who was the mysterious Mlle. Levi, whose pardessus playing took Paris by storm in 1745? Her salon sparked interest in the most fashionable music of her time. This concert features music by composers such as Leclair, Marais, Forqueray, Rebel and Couperin.
Presenter Salon/Sanctuary Concerts
Where Brotherhood Synagogue
28 Gramercy Park South
New York, NY  10003
Admission $20+
Contact 18887184253
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Friday, May 12, 2017   7:30PM
Who Hofstra Collegium Musicum
  Christopher Morrongiello, Director
Title Behind the Arras
Description Madrigals, lute songs, and instrumental music from Shakespeare's time by John Dowland, Orlando Gibbons, Anthony Holborne, Thomas Campion, Robert Johnson, John Caprario and Claudio Monteverdi.
Presenter Long Island Early Music Festival
Where Cathedral of the Incarnation, Garden City
50 CATHEDRAL AVENUE
Garden City, NY  11530
Admission $10 gen. admission; $5 for seniors; students free
Contact (516) 746-2955
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Friday, May 12, 2017   7PM
Who Quicksilver
  Robert Mealy, violin Julie Andrijeski, violin Dominic Teresi, dulcian Avi Stein, harpsichord Charles Weaver, theorbo and guitar
Title OFF THE BEATEN TRACK: Chamber Works from Moravia, the Netherlands, Sweden, Poland and beyond
Description Music from beyond central Europe, where the exotic inventions of folk music influenced the creation of ‘early modern’ chamber music. Rarely heard gems from off the beaten track featuring works by van Wichel, Mielczewski, Schmelzer, Kempis, Fux and more.
Presenter Five Boroughs Music Festival
Where King Manor Museum
150-03 Jamaica Ave
Queens, NY  11432
Admission $15 General / $10 Students and Seniors
Contact info@5bmf.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Saturday, May 13, 2017   7:30PM
Who Quicksilver
  Robert Mealy, violin Julie Andrijeski, violin Dominic Teresi, dulcian Avi Stein, harpsichord Charles Weaver, theorbo and guitar
Title OFF THE BEATEN TRACK: Chamber Works from Moravia, the Netherlands, Sweden, Poland and beyond
Description Music from beyond central Europe, where the exotic inventions of folk music influenced the creation of ‘early modern’ chamber music. Rarely heard gems from off the beaten track featuring works by van Wichel, Mielczewski, Schmelzer, Kempis, Fux and more.
Presenter Five Boroughs Music Festival
Where Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church
85 S. Oxford Street
Brooklyn, NY  11217
Admission $25 General / $15 Students and Seniors
Contact info@5bmf.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Tuesday, May 16, 2017   7:00PM
Who New York Continuo Collective
  Grant Herreid, Director; Paul Shipper, Staging Director
Title The Zarzuela Project Concert
Description A staged production of scenes from Spanish Renaissance and Baroque musical theater, including Sebastian Durón and Juan de Navas’ Apolo y Dafne (c. 1705), Juan Hidalgo’s Celos aun del aire matan (c.1660), and Durón’s, La Selva Encantada de Amor (c. 1705).
Presenter New York Continuo Collective
Where The Recital Hall at St Michael's Church
225 W 99th St (btwn Broadway & Amsterdam)
New York, NY  
Admission Free; Donations Welcome
Contact continuony@aol.com
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Saturday, May 20, 2017   8PM
Who Amor Artis and New Yor Baroque Incorporated
  Ryan James Brandau, Artist Director of Amor Artis
Title Handel in Italy
Description Come experience the bold and boisterous works from Handel’s early years in Italy. The program will feature Dixit Dominus, selections from solo vocal cantatas, and the Concerto Grosso Op. 6, No. 1 in G Major.
Presenter Amor Artis
Where St. Michael's Church
225 West 99th Street
(Enter Amsterdam Ave. bet. 99th and 100th Sts.)
New York, NY  10025
Admission $35/$25 for students and seniors.
Contact Anne Barthel
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Sunday, May 21, 2017   3PM
Who Saint Andrew Chorale & Orchestra
  Megan Chartrand & Katherine Wessinger, soprano; Desirée Baxter & Hai-Ting Chinn, alto Marc Molomot & Tommy Wazelle, tenor; Blake Burroughs & Rod Gomez, bass; Andrew Henderson, conductor
Title Handel's Israel in Egypt
Description The Saint Andrew Chorale and Orchestra will conclude their 52nd Season with one of Handel's most virtuosic oratorios. With its evocative word painting and energetic choruses, this work is among the greatest and most virtuosic choral works of all time.
Presenter Saint Andrew Music Society
Where Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church
921 Madison Avenue
New York, NY  10021
Admission $30 ($25 - Seniors 62+/Students)
Contact Andrew Henderson
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, May 21, 2017   4PM
Who Morrongiello & Young
  Marcia Young, soprano, harp Christopher Morrongiello, lute
Title Sweet Harmony of Words & Music
Description Morrongiello and Young bring to life the flower of English Renaissance melody and verse in their programs of lute songs, fantasias and instrumental dances for lute, voice, and Renaissance harp.
Presenter Long Island Early Music Festival
Where Cathedral of the Incarnation, Garden City
50 CATHEDRAL AVENUE
Garden City, NY  11530
Admission $20 gen. admission; $10 for seniors; students free
Contact (516) 746-2955
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Thursday, June 1, 2017   8:00PM
Who New York Baroque Incorporated
Title Santa Rosalia: Oratorio by Bonaventura Aliotti (1640-1690)
Description NYBI presents the modern-day premiere of the monumental Santa Rosalia (1687), one of four surviving oratorios by Bonaventura Alliotti, featuring three sopranos, alto, tenor, bass, and string orchestra. (Pre-concert lecture at 7:30PM)
Presenter New York Baroque Incorporated
Where Trinity Wall Street Church
75 Broadway at Wall Street
New York, NY  10006
Admission $25, $50, $65
Contact Gotham Early Music Scene
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Friday, June 2, 2017   8:00PM
Who Cerddorion Vocal Ensemble
  James John, Artistic Director
Title Reverent Cadence and Subtle Psalm
Description Sacred Music spanning five centuries, including Benjamin Britten's "Hymn to St. Cecilia" works by Byrd, Schumann, Stanford and Nico Muhly
Presenter Cerddorion Vocal Ensemble
Where St. Paul's Church
199 Carroll Street
Brooklyn, NY  
Admission General Admission: $20 online, $25 at the door
Contact info@cerddorion.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Friday, June 2, 2017   8:00PM
Who Cerddorion Vocal Ensemble
  James John, Artistic Director
Title Reverent Cadence and Subtle Psalm
Description Sacred Music spanning five centuries, including Benjamin Britten's "Hymn to St. CecIlia;" works by Byrd, Schumann, Stanford and Nico Muhly
Presenter Cerddorion Vocal Ensemble
Where St. Paul's Church
199 Carroll Street
Brooklyn, NY  
Admission General Admission: $20 online, $25 at the door; s
Contact info@cerddorion.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, June 4, 2017   3:00PM
Who Angelica Women's Chamber Choir
  Marie Caruso (Artistic Director), Iris Hiskey Arno, Claire Collins, Laura Jaeger, Colleen Kiel, Anita Massengill, Kathleen McClafferty, Wilma Messenger, Ilaria O’Keefe, Mary Peck, Johanna Maria Rose, Susan Saslow, and Carolyn Summers.
Title Pilgrimage: Sacred Journeys
Description Featured are pieces found in monasteries along pilgrimage routes. Included are works from the Llibre Vermell of Montserrat, the Codex Las Huelgas of Burgos, and the Codex Calixtinus from Santiago. Rex Benincasa on percussion and Tom Chess on oud and ney.
Presenter Angelica Women's Chamber Choir
Where Church of St. Vincent Ferrer
869 Lexington Ave. at E. 66th St.
New York, NY  10065
Admission Suggested donation: $20; $10 seniors & students. T
Contact 914-478-3267
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»  «audio»
-top-
 
Sunday, June 4, 2017   3:00PM
Who Cerddorion Vocal Ensemble
  James John, Artistic Director
Title Reverent Cadence and Subtle Psalm
Description Sacred Music spanning five centuries, including Benjamin Britten's "Hymn to St. CecIlia;" works by Byrd, Schumann, Stanford and Nico Muhly
Presenter Cerddorion Vocal Ensemble
Where St. Ignatius of Antioch
87th and West End Avenue
New York, NY  
Admission General Admission: $20 online, $25 at the door; s
Contact info@cerddorion.org
Links «mapquest»   «mail»  «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, June 25, 2017   3pm
Who The Renaissance Street Singers
  Ellis, Glazener, Lavengood, Mandel, Pascal, Posten,Berkhausen, Hancoff, Kaycoff, Resnick, Rosen, Tlamsa, Chao, Dean, Manabat, Rickenbacher, Vig, Wolz, Burger, Eisenstat, Hadsell, Halleck, Kuperman, Levy, Rosen, Thomas, Williams; HETLAND Director
Title Sacred Polyphony of the Renaissance
Description Motets/Mass movements by:Cardoso, Joaquin,Philips,Guerrero,Senfl,Wert,Monte, Marenzio,Vivanco,Obrecht,Rore
Presenter Uptown Arts Stroll
Where Lounge at Hudson View Gardens
128 B Pinehurst Avenue at 183 rd St.
New York, , NY  10033
Admission FREE
Contact John Hetland
Links «mapquest»   «web»
-top-
 
Sunday, July 9, 2017   7:30 PM
Who The Transfiguration Choir of Men & Boys, Girls Choir, and Camerata
Title Modern Masterpieces
Description Leonard Bernstein's Chichester Psalms, Benjamin Britten's Rejoice in the Lamb, and Frank Biebl's Ave Maria
Where Church of the Transfiguration
1 East 29th Street
New York, NY  
Admission $25 general admission; $15 for seniors
Contact Reservations: (212) 684-4174
Links «mapquest»
-top-


All dates and locations are subject to change. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that you check ahead to confirm concert listings.
Please «contact» us with any questions and/or comments.