Saturday, June 20, 2015

8:00 Wessex Baroque:  La Voix de la Flute.  Baroque music for three recorders and basso continue (harpsichord and cello) byBoismortier, Schickhardt, and others.  The unusual reorders, flute de voix and fluato taillo will be played along with a concerto for  musette de cour.  Pasadena Presbyterian Church, Freeman Chapel.  585 E. Colorado Blvd.

near Madison Ave.  Free will offering. For information, go to http://www.wessexconsort.com or call 310-729-0173.

 

Sunday, June 21, 2015

2:00 Los Angeles Recorder Orchestra: Mountain Music.  Program includes Glen ShannonÕs Mountain Music written for the Colorado Recorder Orchestra in 2012, G. F. HandelÕs Concerto in B-flat, J. S. BachÕs Orchestral Suite No. 3, and works by Warlock and Purcell.  Unitarian Universalist Church of Long Beach, 5450 E. Atherton St., Long Beach.  For further information go to www.larohome.org or call Thomas Axworthy at 562-773-2265.

4:00  Baroque Music Festival, Corona del Mar:  Baroque Concertos.  Works for oboe, recorder, violin, and viola soloists by Bach and J. G. Graun.  BachÕs  Brandenburg Concero No 2 with trumpet will be performed.  Wine and waters reception follows the event.  St. Mark Presbyterian Church.  2200 San Joaquin Hills Road at MacArthur road.  Newport Beach.  $40 for single ticket (open seating).  $275 for series ticket with premium seating.

 

Monday, June 22, 2015

8:00 Baroque Music Festival, Corona del Mar:  All Bach Recital.  Ian Pritchard performs organ and harpsichord works by Bach and his relatives.  Violinist Elizabeth Blumenstock accompanies Pritchard.  Wine and waters reception follows the event.  St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church,  3233 Pacific View Drive, Corona del Mar.  $40 for single ticket (open seating).  $275 for series ticket with premium seating.

 

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

8:00 Baroque Music Festival, Corona del Mar: BachÕs Musical Offering.  Festival chamber strings with guest flutist Christopher Matthews.  Wine and waters reception follows the event.  Sherman Library and Gardens, 2645 East Coast Highway at Dahlia, Corona del Mar. $40 for single ticket (open seating).  $275 for series ticket with premium seating.

 

Friday, June 26, 2015

8:00 Baroque Music Festival, Corona del Mar: Bach Sinfonias.  A concert of Bach sinfonias arranged by Elizabeth Blumenstock for a quartet of strings and flute along with a selection of solo and trio sonatas. Wine and waters reception follows the event.  Sherman Library and Gardens, 2645 East Coast Highway at Dahlia, Corona del Mar. $40 for single ticket (open seating).  $275 for series ticket with premium seating.

 

Saturday, June 27, 2015

8:00  Los Angeles Chamber SingersÕ Cappella, Peter Rutenberg, director.  Liquid Architecture: Music from the Golden Age of Polyphony. The ensemble will celebrate its 25th anniversary in a program devoted to glories of 16th century polyphony by Lassus, Palestrina, Byrd, Josquin, Tallis, Gibbons, Sheppard, Guerrero and Padilla. General Admission $25, SCEMS Member Discount $20, Students & Seniors $15.  First Presbyterian Church of Santa Monica, 1220 Second St., Santa Monica.  

 

Sunday, June 28, 2015

2:00 Los Angeles Recorder Orchestra: Mountain Music.  Program includes Glen ShannonÕs Mountain Music written for the Colorado Recorder Orchestra in 2012, G. F. HandelÕs Concerto in B-flat, J. S. BachÕs Orchestral Suite No. 3, and works by Warlock and Purcell.  St. BedeÕs Episcopal Church, 3590 Grand View Blvd., Los Angeles.  For further information go to www.larohome.org or call Thomas Axworthy at 562-773-2265.

 

4:00 Baroque Music Festival, Corona del Mar:  Festival Finale.  A rousing program of cantatas by Bach and arias by C. H. Graun.  Wine and waters reception follows the event.  St. Mark Presbyterian Church.  2200 San Joaquin Hills Road at MacArthur road.  Newport Beach.  $40 for single ticket (open seating).  $275 for series ticket with premium seating.

 

Monday, June 29, 2015

7:30  Los Angeles Chamber SingersÕ Cappella, Peter Rutenberg, director.  Liquid Architecture: Music from the Golden Age of Polyphony. The ensemble will celebrate its 25th anniversary in a program devoted to glories of 16th century polyphony by Lassus, Palestrina, Byrd, Josquin, Tallis, Gibbons, Sheppard, Guerrero and Padilla. General Admission $25, SCEMS Member Discount $20, Students & Seniors $15.  Vibiana ¥ 210 South Main Street ¥ Historic Downtown Los Angeles

 

Saturday, July 11, 2015

8:00 Black Rose Early Music Ensemble:  A Day in the Country, A Night on the Town.  Music extolling the virtues of country life, doings about town, by Handel, Biber, Telemann, and others. Holy Nativity Church 6700 West 83rd St, Westchester, LA  (near the airport).  Free-will offering, $10 suggested donation.  Contact (818) 361-8519 for additional information.

 

Sunday, July 12, 2015

4:00 Black Rose Early Music Ensemble:  A Day in the Country, A Night on the Town.  Music extolling the virtues of country life, doings about town, by Handel, Biber, Telemann, and others. Church of the Angels, 1100 Ave. 64, Pasadena. .  Free-will offering, $10 suggested donation.  Contact (818) 361-8519 for additional information.

 

Saturday, August 15, 2015

8:00 Tesserae Early Music Ensemble:  Music of the Grand Tour. Period instrument ensemble Tesserae returns to Norton Simon to present a musical journey through  Italy of 1760, a time when the galante style was sweeping Europe.  Following in the footsteps of Fragonard, Tesserae presents music from Naples, Rome, Bologna and Venice, performing both instrumental and vocal repertoire that Fragonard might have heard during his Grand Tour.  Norton Simon Museum,  441 West Colorado Blvd., Pasadena.  For further information contact www.tesserae.com