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Master Calendar 2022-2023

For concert and event planning.  This calendar is updated throughout the season.

No need to scroll all the way through this page to find out what is happening right now.  Consult the online Early Music Around Town (EMAT)  calendar for a shortlist of upcoming concerts and events.

 

Please note that SCEMS does not present or sponsor concerts.

The listings below include early music related concerts and events offered by organizations throughout the Southern California area.  Readers are advised to call ahead to verify events, times, and ticket availability, which are subject to change.

September 2022

Saturday, September 10 3pm & 5pm

The Da Camera Society presents: Delirium Musicum: program TBD (Baroque-inspired music)

Experience a vibrant, immersive performance by LA-based 16-piece orchestra Delirium Musicum. Led by Etienne Gara, a new generation of classical musicians bring a fresh approach to the old masters and enthusiasm for the new. At the heart, a singular desire to build a special bond with the audience—to move to tears, to bring joy, to inspire through music!

Pompeian Room, Doheny Mansion,Doheny Campus , Mount Saint Mary’s University, 10 Chester Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90007

Additional Information: https://dacamerasociety.org/concerts-upcoming/deliriummusicum/?mc_cid=8539b06474&mc_eid=8b200a9f73

www.deliriummusicum.com, (619) 537-9832

 

Fri, Sep 16, 2022 8:00 PM (repeats Sat, Sep 17, 2022 7:30 PM in Long Beach)

Musica Angeleica Baroque Orchestra: music by Bach, Locatelli, Handel

Brandenburg Concerto No. 1,  BWV 1046a - J. S. Bach

Violin Concerto D-Major, Op. 3 No. 12, "The Harmonic Labyrinth“ - Pietro Antonio Locatelli, featuring Yu Eun Kim, Artist-in-Residence

Selections from Water Music - George Frideric Handel

Martin Haselböck, Director, Cynthia Roberts, Concertmaster

Saint Paul the Apostle. 10750 Ohio Avenue Los Angeles, California 90024

Please note - At the venue, church pews will not have seat numbers. It is open seating within your purchased section.

more info: musicaangelica.org

 

Sat, Sep 17, 2022 7:30 PM (repeats Fri, Sep 16, 2022 8:00 PM  in West Los Angeles)

Musica Angeleica Baroque Orchestra: music by Bach, Locatelli, Handel

Brandenburg Concerto No. 1,  BWV 1046a - J. S. Bach

Violin Concerto D-Major, Op. 3 No. 12, "The Harmonic Labyrinth“ - Pietro Antonio Locatelli, featuring Yu Eun Kim, Artist-in-Residence

Selections from Water Music - George Frideric Handel

Martin Haselböck, Director, Cynthia Roberts, Concertmaster

Beverly O'Neill Theater 300 East Ocean Boulevard Long Beach, California 90802

more info: musicaangelica.org

 

Saturday, September 17 , 7:30pm

PRISM Choral Ensemble: The Pange Lingua Concert

An evening of early a capella choral music featuring Josquin des Prez's luminous Missa Pange lingua, as well as works by John Dunstable, Christian Erbacher, William Cornysh, and Eric Whitacre. PRISM is a conductorless, professional ensemble of nine singers .

Tickets $15 with $10 discounted rate for seniors and students. St. Basil Catholic Church 3611 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90005.

For more information and to buy tickets, please visit www.prismensemble.org/events.

To contact please email heyitsprism@prismensemble.org.

 

Sunday Sept 18,  2:30 pm. (repeats  Sunday Oct 2, 2:30 pm in Mar Vista)

Los Angeles Recorder Orchestra: Roaring Twenties

Jean Mouton was a famous French composer known for his motets (the most refined of the time) and for being the teacher of Adrian Willaert, one of the founders of the Venetial school. Mouton (1459-1522) became the head musician for Francois I of France.  We believe that, in that position, he had overall responsibility for music at the meeting of Francois I and Henry VIII in 1520.  Truly the “Roaring Twenties” for the 16th century.  This event, The Field of the Cloth of Gold”, was an attempt to bring the two monarchs in closer alliance.  Mouton’s music was noted for elaborate counterpoint as well as smooth flowing cantus firmus phrases.

Our 20th century “Roaring Twenties” are represented by the arrangements of the Charleston and Humpty Dumpty.

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Fullerton.    1231 E Chapman Ave, Fullerton, CA 92831

more info: larohome.org

October 2022

Sunday Oct 2, 2:30 pm, (Sunday Sept 18,  2:30 pm in Fullerton)

Los Angeles Recorder Orchestra: Roaring Twenties

Jean Mouton was a famous French composer known for his motets (the most refined of the time) and for being the teacher of Adrian Willaert, one of the founders of the Venetial school. Mouton (1459-1522) became the head musician for Francois I of France.  We believe that, in that position, he had overall responsibility for music at the meeting of Francois I and Henry VIII in 1520.  Truly the “Roaring Twenties” for the 16th century.  This event, The Field of the Cloth of Gold”, was an attempt to bring the two monarchs in closer alliance.  Mouton’s music was noted for elaborate counterpoint as well as smooth flowing cantus firmus phrases.

Our 20th century “Roaring Twenties” are represented by the arrangements of the Charleston and Humpty Dumpty.

St. Bede's Episcopal Church,  Mar Vista. 3590 Grand View Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066 www.stbedesla.org

more info: larohome.org

 

Sunday, October 2, 2022, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

The Da Camera Society & Tesserae Baroque: Early Music as Arts & Crafts: Exploring the Dolmetsch Heritage

Join Tesserae Baroque and The Da Camera Society for a concert celebrating the link between the Early Music movement and the Arts and Crafts architectural movement.

The program takes its name from Arnold Dolmetsch, a performer and instrument maker admired by protagonists of the Arts and Crafts movement. A champion of ‘authentic’ performances of early music, Dolmetsch was one of the first people in Britain to build copies of historic instruments. The early music he pioneered will be featured on the program

Held at the historic Gamble House in Pasadena, the event will feature simultaneous musical performances throughout the venue. Audiences will be invited to move from room to room over the course of the afternoon, thus experiencing the synergy between music and architecture.

Living Room: Malachai Komanoff Bandy, viol; Eva Lymestull, viol, Leif Woodward, viol

Gardens: Stephen Stubbs, lute & baroque guitar, Alexandra Opsahl, recorders

Attic: Ian Pritchard, clavichord

Tickets: $35 Tickets available at https://dacamerasociety.org/concerts/ on Thursday, September 8th.

The Gamble House requires masks at all times.

The Gamble House, Pasadena. 4 Westmoreland Place Pasadena, CA 91103

more info:    https://dacamerasociety.org/concerts/           https://gamblehouse.org/

Friday, October 7, 2022 8:00 PM (PT)

The USC Thornton Baroque Sinfonia: "Concerto delle donne – Music by and for Women in Early Baroque Italy"

Directed by Rotem Gilbert and Jason Yoshida; Featuring compositions by Barbara Strozzi, Francesca Caccini, Chiara Margarita Cozzolani and Isabella Leonarda.

Admission Free and Open to the Public

Alfred Newman Recital Hall 3616 Trousdale Prkwy, Los Angeles, CA 90089

http://web-app.usc.edu/maps/?id=2

(masks are strongly recommended indoors)

For more information, contact Adam Knight Gilbert at akgilber@usc.edu or  (213) 821-6052

 

October 8 at 2 pm (repeats October 9 at 7 pm)

Los Angeles Master Chorale: HAYDN'S CREATION

Let there be light! Our season begins with Haydn’s grand celebration of the dawn of life on Earth.

https://tickets.lamasterchorale.org/haydns-creation

Walt Disney Concert Hall

 

October 9 at 7 pm (repeats October 8 at 2 pm)

Los Angeles Master Chorale: HAYDN'S CREATION

Let there be light! Our season begins with Haydn’s grand celebration of the dawn of life on Earth.

https://tickets.lamasterchorale.org/haydns-creation

Walt Disney Concert Hall

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15 4:00 p.m.

CON GIOIA Early Music Ensemble: Bach and More Bach

Exquisite Arias from J. S. Bach’s cantatas BWV, 29, BWV 32, BWV 79, BWV 108, BWV 166 and the complete cantata, Mein Herze schwimmt im Blut, BWV 199.

The program features the highly acclaimed soprano Sherezad Panthaki; John Buffet, baritone; and Jon Lee Keenan, tenor; with Lot Demeyer, oboe; Kati Kyme and Lindsey Strand-Polyak, violins; Ellie Nishi, viola; William Skeen,‘cello; Denise Brisé, violone; and artistic director Preethi de Silva, harpsichord. 

Tickets may be obtained online after September 4 at suggested donation amounts via Eventbrite: https://con-gioia-bach-and-more-bach.eventbrite.com

No tickets available at the door.

Proof of vaccination against COVID-19 or a negative result of a diagnostic test result taken within 32 hours prior to the event will be required for entry. All audience members must wear a mask and observe social distancing when indoors at the venue.

Neighborhood Unitarian Universalist Church, 301, Orange Grove Blvd., Pasadena. CA 91103.

Further details after September 5 at www.congioia.org (909) 624-0638.

Sunday Oct 17 3PM

Tesserae Baroque Annual Fundraiser: Bach Reconstructed

Program:

J.S. Bach:Organ Sonata No.5 in C Major, BWV 529

Johann Adam Reincken:Sonata Prima in A Minor, Hortus Musicus

J.S. Bach:Harpsichord Concerto No. 6 in F Major, BWV 1057

Ensemble

Andrew McIntosh, baroque violin & viola, Susan Feldman, baroque violin, Janet Strauss, baroque violin, Alex Opsahl, recorder, Stephan Haas, recorder, Leif Woodward,  viola da gamba, Eva Lymentstull, baroque 'cello, Ian Pritchard, harpsichord & organ

Performance to be followed by an outdoor reception catered by Gingergrass.

All tickets are $150, and must be purchased in advance.

Attendees must wear a mask while indoors, and show proof of vaccine on arrival.

This event is a fun way to support our season activities. Your donation ensures that we continue to offer free tickets to children, and heavily discounted tickets to anybody who needs them. We love this music, and we will always strive to make it available to all.

Contrapuntal Recital Hall, Brentwood

more info: tesseraebaroque.org

 

Friday, October 21, 2022, 7:00 p.m. (repeats  Saturday, October 22, 2022, 7:00 p.m.)

Bach Collegium San Diego: BLOW BY BLOW! music by Blow and Purcell

John Blow: Masque: Venus & Adonis , Ode: Ye Sons of Phoebus , Henry Purcell: Instrumental Music from King Arthur

Exploring the music and relationship of John Blow to Henry Purcell, two of England’s most influential composers of the seventeenth century.

SOLOISTS: Sherezade Panthaki, Soprano, Kristen Dubenion-Smith, Mezzo-Soprano, Jay Carter, Countertenor, John Buffett, Baritone

Saints Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Church 8459 Manchester Ave, Cardiff, CA 92007

more info: https://bachcollegiumsd.org/

 

Saturday, October 22, 2022, 7:00 p.m. (repeats Friday, October 21, 2022, 7:00 p.m.)

Bach Collegium San Diego: BLOW BY BLOW! music by Blow and Purcell

John Blow: Masque: Venus & Adonis , Ode: Ye Sons of Phoebus , Henry Purcell: Instrumental Music from King Arthur

Exploring the music and relationship of John Blow to Henry Purcell, two of England’s most influential composers of the seventeenth century.

SOLOISTS: Sherezade Panthaki, Soprano, Kristen Dubenion-Smith, Mezzo-Soprano, Jay Carter, Countertenor, John Buffett, Baritone

All Souls' Episcopal Church 1475 Catalina Blvd, San Diego, CA 92107

more info: https://bachcollegiumsd.org/

Saturday Oct 22 8:00 PM  (repeats October 23, 4 p.m. in Pasadena)

Jouyssance Early Music Ensemble: "Hooked" on Early Music

The Jouyssance choir opens its 2022-23 season with "Hooked on Early Classics," presenting selections that made our singers fall in love with Early Music. You don't want to miss this show! We'll present some old favorites and throw in some fun surprises for you.

tickets: https://jouyssance.us4.list-manage.com/track/click?u=16d8f6de191025a0a5077e2ce&id=af7c30b9d6&e=6bb4a45960
Church of the Angels 1100 Avenue 64, Pasadena

more info: https://www.facebook.com/jouyssance

St. Bede's Episcopal Church , 3590 Grand View Blvd , Mar Vista, CA, CA, US-90066

Sunday, October 23, 4 p.m. (repeats  10/22/2022 in Mar Vista)

Jouyssance Early Music Ensemble: "Hooked" on Early Music

The Jouyssance choir opens its 2022-23 season with "Hooked on Early Classics," presenting selections that made our singers fall in love with Early Music. You don't want to miss this show! We'll present some old favorites and throw in some fun surprises for you.

tickets: https://jouyssance.us4.list-manage.com/track/click?u=16d8f6de191025a0a5077e2ce&id=af7c30b9d6&e=6bb4a45960
Church of the Angels 1100 Avenue 64, Pasadena

more info: https://www.facebook.com/jouyssance

Sunday, Oct. 23 3 p.m.

Ciaramella: “Lovers and Labyrinths: Renaissance Songs, Dances, and Improvisations for Love, Death, and Rebirth”

Early music ensemble Ciaramella makes their Pomona College premiere in a program that features period instruments. The ensemble is comprised of new faculty member Malachai Bandy and performance faculty member Jason Yoshida, among others; Performers: Adam and Rotem Gilbert, Malachai Komanoff Bandy*, Adam Bregman, Aki Nishiguchi, Mary Vanhoozer, and Jason Yoshida*. Performed on period instruments

Safety protocols will be followed at all concerts. Go to pomona.edu/music-concert-safety-information for details.

All Pomona College Music events are FREE and open to the public – thanks to the generous donations of friends and alumni.

Ciaramella brings to life Medieval and early Renaissance music from historical events and manuscripts. Praised for performing intricate fifteenth-century counterpoint “with the ease of jazz musicians improvising on a theme,” its members are united by the conviction that every composition conceals a rich story waiting to be unlocked. The ensemble’s most recent album Dances on Movable Ground has earned five stars in the British magazine Early Music Today and was picked as Editor’s Choice. Read more: https://www.ciaramellaensemble.com/about

Visit our online calendar, pomona.edu/music-calendar to learn more about these and student or senior recitals

Bridges Hall of Music 150 E 4th St, Claremont, CA 91711

more info: https://www.pomona.edu/events?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D162016367&eventid=162016367

November 2022

Saturday, November 19, 2022 7:30 PM

USC Collegium : Hoy comamos y bebamos!: Music of Renaissance Spain from Cancionero de Palacio

Directed by Adam Knight Gilbert and Alejandro Acosta

Cammilleri Hall, Brain and Creativity Institute, USC (Google Maps will find it),

Parking on Vermont near 36th Place, enter campus there at pedestrian gate, or on campus at Parking Structure A - enter  campus from Jefferson at McClintock

Sunday, November 20, 2022, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Tesserae Baroque : Bach Re/Deconstructed

A unique performance of vocal and instrumental works by Bach that have only survived in “secondary” versions, with the original versions being lost. In an attempt to recreate the sound of the original version, Tesserae will use modern reconstructions, including our own! Works performed will include the “Seventh” Brandenburg Concerto, based on the G-Minor gamba sonata, a Trio Sonata for Recorder and Violin, based on the A-Major Flute Sonata, as well as organ trios arranged as instrumental trios, and an aria from the St. Mark Passion.

Tickets: $30/$25/$15, Children and members of the Music Guild may attend for free.

Masks or proof of vaccination are currently not required for indoor events in Los Angeles County. For those who wish to be seated in an area with additional spacing and a mask requirement, please reach out to alex@tesseraebaroque.org

All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Beverly Hills 504 North Camden Drive Beverly Hills, CA 90210 

DECEMBER 2022

Friday, December 2, 2022 8:00 PM

Thornton Baroque Sinfonia: Une jeune pucelle: French Baroque Noels and Dances

Directed by Rotem Gilbert and Jason Yoshida

With guest Mary Vanhoozer, hurdy gurdy

Newman Recital Hall, USC

Friday, December 9, 2022, 7:00 p.m. (repeats  Saturday, December 10, 2022, 7:00 p.m.)

Bach Collegium San Diego WITH TESSERAE BAROQUE  : MICHAEL PRAETORIUS: CHRISTMAS MASS

Celebrating one of Germany's most influential seventeenth century composers whose music became the core repertoire for Northern Germany's prominent churches.

A thrilling program of Praetorius' music as it might have been heard in a Christmas Lutheran Mass during the first half of the seventeenth century. Joined by Los Angeles-based ensemble Tesserae, specializing in the music of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

PROGRAM:Puer natus in Bethlehem (1619)/Musica Sioniae V (1607), Kyrie: Missa: gantz Teudsch (1619) , Hymns: Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr & , Vom Himmel hoch, da komm' ich her , Sonata: Padouana a 5, Johann Hermann Schein , Motet: Duo seraphim a 8, Samuel Scheidt , Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (1619) , Es ist ein Ros entsprungen a 4 (1607) , In dulci jubilo (1619)

Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church  3459 Manchester Ave, Cardiff, CA 92007

more info: https://bachcollegiumsd.org/

 

Saturday, December 10, 2022, 7:00 p.m. (repeats Friday, December 9, 2022, 7:00 p.m.)

Bach Collegium San Diego WITH TESSERAE BAROQUE  : MICHAEL PRAETORIUS: CHRISTMAS MASS

Celebrating one of Germany's most influential seventeenth century composers whose music became the core repertoire for Northern Germany's prominent churches.

A thrilling program of Praetorius' music as it might have been heard in a Christmas Lutheran Mass during the first half of the seventeenth century. Joined by Los Angeles-based ensemble Tesserae, specializing in the music of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

PROGRAM:Puer natus in Bethlehem (1619)/Musica Sioniae V (1607), Kyrie: Missa: gantz Teudsch (1619) , Hymns: Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr & , Vom Himmel hoch, da komm' ich her , Sonata: Padouana a 5, Johann Hermann Schein , Motet: Duo seraphim a 8, Samuel Scheidt , Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (1619) , Es ist ein Ros entsprungen a 4 (1607) , In dulci jubilo (1619)

All Souls’ Episcopal Church 1475 Catalina Blvd, San Diego, CA 92107

more info: https://bachcollegiumsd.org/

 

Sat, Dec 10, 2022 2:00 PM  (repeats Sat, Dec 17, 2022 2:00 PM)

Los Angeles Master Chorale: Festival of Carols

Bring the whole family and celebrate the joy of the holiday season with the Los Angeles Master Chorale.

Walt Disney Concert Hall

more info: lamasterchorale.org

 

Sun, Dec 11, 2022 7:00 PM

Los Angeles Master Chorale: Lo, How a Rose

This concert is named after a classic Renaissance Christmas carol that depicts the beauty and comfort of the nativity.

Walt Disney Concert Hall

more info: lamasterchorale.org

 

Sun, Dec 18, 2022 7:00 PM

Los Angeles Master Chorale: Handel's Messiah

Hear Handel’s dramatic arias and rousing choruses performed with passion and precision by the Los Angeles Master Chorale. You’ll be shouting “Hallelujah!” all the way home.

Walt Disney Concert Hall

https://lamasterchorale.org/holidays

December 19, 7:30 PM

Messiah Sing-Along 2022

For the first time since 2019, we're inviting you to bring your friends and family, and sing along to Handel's classic oratorio with us. Purchase your score at the event, or bring your own. 

SOLOISTS: Graycen Gardner, soprano, Lindsay Patterson Abdou, mezzo-soprano, Casey Breves, tenor, David Dong-Geun Kim, bass

Disney Hall, Downtown Los Angeles

January 2023

Tuesday, January 17, 2023, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm        

Tesserae Baroque: Dresden Ditties with special guest Rachel Podger

During the Baroque, Dresden was one of the most prominent and innovative musical centers in Europe, with composers and virtuosic performers such as Pisendel, Hasse, and Zelenka elevating the musical activities of the city to new heights. It was during one of his many visits to this particular city that Johann Sebastian Bach – who in 1736 was appointed Dresden Hofcomponist (Court Composer) – referred to Hasse’s 1731 opera Cleofide as the “Dresden ditties’. While sounding rather disparaging to English ears, the original German phrase,”Dresden Liederchen,” actually does not imply any contempt on the part of the elderly Bach, who by all counts was a major admirer of Dresden and its musicians.

Rachel Podger directs a collaborative performance between the Colburn Conservatory students and Tesserae Baroque in a performance of this virtuosic and exciting repertoire, including music by Bach as well as many ditties of Dresden.

Tickets: $30, $15

Zipper Hall, The Colburn School 200 South Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012

more info: https://tesseraebaroque.org/event/dresden-ditties/

 

Friday, January 20, 2023, 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Tesserae Baroque : Bach Week at Cal Poly: Chamber Concert

Tesserae Baroque is delighted to continue its tradition as resident ensemble for Cal Poly’s annual Bach Week in San Luis Obispo. For the Friday Chamber Concert, we will be joined by tenor Michael Jones and soprano Rebecca Myers for our “Bach Reconstructed/Deconstructed’ program.

For ticketing information, please visit bachweek.calpoly.edu.

First Presbyterian Church, San Luis Obispo  981 Marsh Street San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

 

Saturday, January 21, 2023, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm       

Tesserae Baroque: Bach Week Finale: Bach and the German Chorale

Members of Cal Poly’s Chamber Choir, Symphony and faculty join with Tesserae Baroque to perform a variety of works based on German chorale tunes and texts. The first half of the concert will include a series of motets. The Chamber Choir will begin with a short chorale motet by Heinrich Schütz, who influenced J.S. Bach. The combined choirs will then perform Bach’s celebrated motet “Komm, Jesu Komm” followed by two motets by Johannes Brahms, created in the style of Bach. The orchestra will perform instrumental music under the leadership of Tesserae Baroque to close out the first half of the concert. The second half of the concert will feature one of Bach’s greatest chorale cantatas: “Jesu, der du meine Seele,” BWV 78.

First Presbyterian Church, San Luis Obispo  981 Marsh Street San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 + Google Map 

https://bachweek.calpoly.edu/

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Friday, March 24, 2023, 7:00 p.m. (repeats  Saturday, March 25, 2023, 7:00 p.m.)

Bach Collegium San Diego ; J.S. BACH: ST. MATTHEW PASSION

J.S. Bach’s vivid musical account of Christ's passion combines a striking drama and devotion forming a pinnacle of the vocal works composed for the Leipzig churches.

Bach's St. Matthew Passion was written for the Good Friday Vespers service of 1727 at the St Thomas' Church Leipzig and brings together relevant themes of betrayal, judgement, death, and love as expressed through St. Matthew's Gospel and Bach's librettist Picander.

SOLOISTS: Aaron Sheehan, Evangelist , Clara Rottsolk, Soprano , Estelí Gomez, Soprano , Virginia Warnken, Mezzo-Soprano , Jay Carter, Countertenor , Paul Max Tipton (Christus), Bass-Baritone , Enrico Lagasca (Pilatus), Bass-Baritone

All Souls' Episcopal Church 1475 Catalina Blvd, San Diego, CA 92017

more info: https://bachcollegiumsd.org/

 

Saturday, March 25, 2023, 7:00 p.m. (repeats Friday, March 24, 2023, 7:00 p.m.

Bach Collegium San Diego : J.S. BACH: ST. MATTHEW PASSION

J.S. Bach’s vivid musical account of Christ's passion combines a striking drama and devotion forming a pinnacle of the vocal works composed for the Leipzig churches.

Bach's St. Matthew Passion was written for the Good Friday Vespers service of 1727 at the St Thomas' Church Leipzig and brings together relevant themes of betrayal, judgement, death, and love as expressed through St. Matthew's Gospel and Bach's librettist Picander.

SOLOISTS: Aaron Sheehan, Evangelist , Clara Rottsolk, Soprano , Estelí Gomez, Soprano , Virginia Warnken, Mezzo-Soprano , Jay Carter, Countertenor , Paul Max Tipton (Christus), Bass-Baritone , Enrico Lagasca (Pilatus), Bass-Baritone

Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church 3459 Manchester Ave, Cardiff, CA 92007

more info: https://bachcollegiumsd.org/

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Friday, May 5, 2023, 7:00 p.m. (repeats Saturday, May 6, 2022, 7:00 p.m.)

Bach Collegium San Diego : BCSD SCORCHERS! THE ORIGINAL GOLDEN OLDIES

Celebrating BCSD's twentieth anniversary season with a scorcher of a program featuring favorite and memorable repertoire performed over the last twenty seasons...how time flies!  Turn up the heat with excerpts from Bach's B minor Mass and Easter Oratorio, to arresting moments from Handel oratorios, by way of glorious Renaissance polyphony, to the sumptuousness of Rameau, plus much more!

All Souls' Episcopal Church 1475 Catalina Blvd, San Diego, CA 92107

more info: https://bachcollegiumsd.org/

 

Saturday, May 6, 2022, 7:00 p.m. (repeats  Friday, May 5, 2023, 7:00 p.m.)

Bach Collegium San Diego : BCSD SCORCHERS! THE ORIGINAL GOLDEN OLDIES

Celebrating BCSD's twentieth anniversary season with a scorcher of a program featuring favorite and memorable repertoire performed over the last twenty seasons...how time flies!  Turn up the heat with excerpts from Bach's B minor Mass and Easter Oratorio, to arresting moments from Handel oratorios, by way of glorious Renaissance polyphony, to the sumptuousness of Rameau, plus much more!

Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church 3459 Manchester Ave, Cardiff, CA 92007

more info: https://bachcollegiumsd.org/

 

Sunday, May 21, 2023, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm   

Tesserae Baroque: Baroque Music of Mexico City Cathedral

Renowned leader of Bach Collegium San Diego Ruben Valenzuela directs Tesserae Baroque in a program of popular pieces performed in Mexico City Cathedral during the Baroque period. The performance will include Victoria’s Missa ‘Ave regina coelorum’ — a piece so popular in Mexico City that the partbooks had to be recopied — in addition to works by Franco, Capillas, and Guerrero.

Tickets: $35/$25/$15 Free admission for children and members of the Music Guild.

Masks or proof of vaccination are currently not required for indoor events in Los Angeles County. For those who wish to be seated in an area with additional spacing and a mask requirement, please reach out to alex@tesseraebaroque.org.

All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Beverly Hills 504 North Camden Drive Beverly Hills, CA 90210

more info:     www.tesseraebaroque.org      

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