Oct 4 2013
Oct 20 2013
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various historic venues around New York City
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Early Music Foundation (EMF) in partnership with the Polish Cultural Institute New York (PCI) presents the 4th-triennial New York Early Music Celebration (NYEMC) "Pro Musica Polonica," October 4 -20, 2013.
Historical performances (spanning the years 1100 – 1800) will include medieval repertoire by Amy Bartram and Ensemble Peregrina*. The Renaissance period represented by harpsichordist Magdelena Baczewska, Galileo's Daughters, Polyhymnia (each featuring Polish repertoire), and the Renaissance Street Singers. 17th-c. baroque by Phoenixtail (Polish repertoire), Le Poème Harmonique, and Carolyn Sampson. Arte dei Suonatori*, Brooklyn Baroque, Il Giardino d'Amore* - as well as the Bach-centric Holy Trinity Lutheran "Bach Vespers," and Trinity Wall Street's "Bach at One". Early Music New York - Frederick Renz, Director will introduce Polish orchestra repertoire of the late 18th century. The City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate Center presents a seminar & master class entitled "Bach & the Polish Style," with musicologists Raymond Erickson and Szymon Paczkowski*. The Prusinowski Trio*, specialists in ethnic Polish folk music traditions, will complement the Celebration activities.
Presented By:Early Music Foundation in partnership with the Polish Cultural Institute New York
varies with performance and venue
Discount to EMA Members:yes
Description of Discounts:varies with performance and venue
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