The award-winning ensemble La Donna Musicale, directed by Brandeis Women’s Studies Research Center scholar Laury Gutiérrez, will present “Love and Anguish: Then and Now” on March 21st and 22nd .The concerts will be preceded by a lecture from Prof. Robert Kendrick of the University of Chicago on eighteenth-century women composers, including the brilliant Italian virtuosa […]
Boston Baroque continues holiday tradition with annual Messiah and New Year’s concerts! Handel’s Messiah ushers in the holiday season with superstar soloists Amanda Forsythe, Ann McMahon Quintero, Thomas Cooley, and Andrew Garland. Boston Baroque rings in the holiday season with two December programs that have become beloved holiday traditions for so many: Handel’s Messiah and […]
Presenting a survey of music written by historic women composers spanning the Middles Ages through the early Classical era
Dynamic and radiant, the voices and instrumentalists of La Donna Musicale present All Around Love, a concert depicting love in all of its physical, emotional, and spiritual manifestations. The members of the ensemble, all leading players on the Boston Early Music scene
Arts Administration alumni Sarah Spinella will be performing in several Convivium Musicum concerts in their upcoming winter season entitled The Josquin Generation: Isaac, Obrecht, la Rue, Agricola, and more.
Volunteers are needed for Boston Children’s Chorus largest event of the year, the 14th Annual Dr. MLK Jr. Tribute Concert, will be held at Jordan Hall, 30 Gainsborough Street, on January 16. Volunteer duties include the Coat Room, Direction Giving, Ushering, Ticketing, Pre-Reception, and general flexibility.
Volunteers are needed for the Boston premier of Arvo Pärt’s Adam’s Lament, framed by J.S. Bach’s Lutheran Mass in A Major and the motet “Komm, Jesu, komm.” Adam’s Lament—stunningly beautiful music for chorus and string