Cappella Clausura: Encore Performance of Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel’s Cantatas

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Enjoy Cappella Clausura's beautiful performances of Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel’s cantatas. Fanny wrote her extraordinary and timely “Cholera” cantata in 1831 to commemorate that year's epidemic in Berlin, so Cappella Clausura is particularly pleased to be able to share it with you now. More info about Cappella Clausura at clausura.org. View this performance here.

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Cappella Clausura ONLINE: Ordo Virtutum from 2/15/20

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Cappella Clausura is pleased to share virtually its special performance of Hildegard von Bingen’s Ordo Virtutum from 2/15/20. Immerse yourself in chanted opera: what Director LeClair calls the very first opera, written around 1150 by Abbess and now St. Hildegard von Bingen, fully staged for modern audiences with 18 women and men lending gender fluidity…

An online series on the history & nature of Jewish choral music

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These audio and video podcasts, presented by Zamir Chorale of Boston, can serve as an introduction to the field of Jewish Choral Music. But caveat lector, these are not comprehensive; they provide only an introduction to the field. Readers may follow up with the many texts and websites that are listed elsewhere in this website:…

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Newton Baroque: Encore Performance on Facebook

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Newton Baroque presents its January 12, 2019, performance of Johann Jakob Walther 'Hortulus Chelicus' Sonata 24, Prelude via Facebook. This program features Susanna Ogata, violin; Sarah Freiberg Ellison, cello; Simon Martyn-Ellis, theorbo; and Andrus Madsen, harpsichord. Listen to this delightful performance now here. More about Newton Baroque at newtonbaroque.org.

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Cappella Clausura: Encore Performance of Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel’s Cantatas

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Enjoy Cappella Clausura's beautiful performances of Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel’s cantatas. Fanny wrote her extraordinary and timely “Cholera” cantata in 1831 to commemorate that year's epidemic in Berlin, so Cappella Clausura is particularly pleased to be able to share it with you now. More info about Cappella Clausura at clausura.org. View this performance here.

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Music From the Heart and Meditations For the Heart Livestream #3

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In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and our current sheltering at home circumstances, Singer-Songwriter and Mind-Body Psychotherapist has been doing a series of Facebook livestream concerts sharing mostly original songs (with a cover or two thrown in) from home at the upright piano, and including a heart-centered meditation to close. Each livestream benefits a…

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Cappella Clausura ONLINE: Ordo Virtutum from 2/15/20

ONLINE

Cappella Clausura is pleased to share virtually its special performance of Hildegard von Bingen’s Ordo Virtutum from 2/15/20. Immerse yourself in chanted opera: what Director LeClair calls the very first opera, written around 1150 by Abbess and now St. Hildegard von Bingen, fully staged for modern audiences with 18 women and men lending gender fluidity…

An online series on the history & nature of Jewish choral music

ONLINE

These audio and video podcasts, presented by Zamir Chorale of Boston, can serve as an introduction to the field of Jewish Choral Music. But caveat lector, these are not comprehensive; they provide only an introduction to the field. Readers may follow up with the many texts and websites that are listed elsewhere in this website:…

Free

Cappella Clausura ONLINE: Ordo Virtutum from 2/15/20

ONLINE

Cappella Clausura is pleased to share virtually its special performance of Hildegard von Bingen’s Ordo Virtutum from 2/15/20. Immerse yourself in chanted opera: what Director LeClair calls the very first opera, written around 1150 by Abbess and now St. Hildegard von Bingen, fully staged for modern audiences with 18 women and men lending gender fluidity…

NewTV: Folklorist Marathon

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At 6:30pm on their Education Channel (Comcast 99 • RCN 3, 629 (HD) • Verizon 32), NewTV will be airing a marathon of their Emmy Award-winning show The Folklorist. The Folklorist explores some of the lesser-known aspects of history. The marathon will start at 6:30 p.m. and continue through the night until the morning.

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