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2006-2007 Season

Flanders Recorder Quartet with Susan Hamilton, soprano

The Darke is My Delight: English consort songs

during the reign of Queen Elizabeth

November 1 • The Morgan Library & Museum in New York City

November 4 • First Church in Cambridge, Congregational

 

Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and Choir

directed by Ton Koopman, harpsichord

A Baroque Christmas: Bach’s Magnificat,

Corelli’s Christmas Concerto, and Buxtehude’s Magnificat

December 8 • Symphony Hall

A collaboration with Bank of America Celebrity Series

 

Kristian Bezuidenhout, fortepiano

Solo Piano Music of Mozart, Benda & Haydn

January 25 • The Morgan Library & Museum in New York City

Matthias Maute, recorder

Kristian Bezuidenhout, keyboards

Extravaganza à Due: Recorder and harpsichord in dialogue

January 26 • Paine Hall at Harvard University

 

Venice Baroque Orchestra

directed by Andrea Marcon, harpsichord

with Giuliano Carmignola, violin

The Virtuosic Violin: Violin concerti of Vivaldi and Tartini

February 16 • Emmanuel Church

 

The Tallis Scholars

directed by Peter Phillips

Renaissance Splendor: Music of Monteverdi, Palestrina, Gombert, Lassus, and others

March 24 • St. Paul Church, Cambridge

 

Trio Mediæval

A Medieval European Tour: Music of 13th-century France and Italy

March 30 • First Church in Cambridge, Congregational

Ellen Hargis, soprano

Paul O'Dette, lute

La Chaconna: Tragic laments, comic cantatas, tender love songs,

and virtuosic lute solos of the 17th century

May 15 • The Morgan Library & Museum in New York City

 

Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra and Chorus

directed by Paul O’Dette and Stephen Stubbs, lutes

Giovanni Battista Pergolesi: Marian Vespers (1732)

May 18 • Emmanuel Church