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« Saturday November 17, 2012 »
Start: 4:00 pm
End: 4:00 am
The Twin Cities Early Music Festival brings together singers and musicians from Minnesota and beyond specialized in the performance of music from the Renaissance through the Classical period.
Start: 12:15 pm
End: 12:45 pm

Start: 7:30 pm
End: 9:30 pm
The mission of the Boulder Bach Festival is to celebrate the music of Johann Sebastian Bach by providing high quality performances and educational opportunities that will not only satisfy those who already love Bach’s music, but will also introduce Bach’s music to others. It is the vision of the Boulder Bach Festival board of directors that the BBF be the premier festival in the Rocky Mountai
Start: 5:31 am

Mass Praise him praiseworthy—Robert Alwood (c.1510-1560) Motets by Isaac, Vaet, Morales & more

Start: 1:30 pm

Guest conductor and world famous harpsichordist, Christope Rousset, joins Mercury to lead the orchestra and bring to bear his vast expertise and affinity for music performed on period instruments. Featuring: Christophe Rousset, Harpsichord and Leader Program: J. S. Bach: Orchestral Suite No. 1 in C Major, BWV 1066

Start: 5:00 pm
Bridging the ancient to the present with exotic songs, virtuosic improvisations, and compelling dances, this exciting new ensemble evokes the haunting melodies and dynamic rhythms of the Iberian Peninsula, as well as music from its Middle-Eastern and European neighbors.
Start: 7:30 pm
Seicento Baroque Ensemble, Colorado's premier choir to specialize in historically-informed performance practice, presents gems of the early baroque with Czech Mate!
Start: 7:30 pm
End: 9:30 pm


Baroque masterworks for oboes, bassoon, and strings by Lully, Purcell, Biber, Bach,Vivaldi, and Zelenka.
Start: 8:00 pm
Seven Times Salt explores the music of English composers who made their mark in other countries, and the Continenental composers they inspired. For some, their exile was purely a professional consideration, and for others, a way to avoid religious discrimination or even the long arm of the law!