Chanticleer, photo by Lisa Kohler

Chanticleer performs “Mystery”

Saturday, April 25, 2015
Town Hall Seattle, 8:00 PM

The San Francisco-based, GRAMMY award-winning ensemble Chanticleer performs “Mystery,” an exploration of the Christian story from different corners of Western culture.

Remaining tickets will be available for purchase Saturday evening at the Town Hall box office, beginning at 6:30 PM.

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Chanticleer, Photo: Lisa Kohler



The Seattle Times concert preview:
Chanticleer sings the ‘Mystery’ of Renaissance music

“The overarching mystery in ‘Mystery’ is faith, when one person believes in something and is challenged… In any situation where you have struggle, there’s always a way out of it, a light at the end of the tunnel.”

-Kory Reid, soprano and assistant music director of Chanticleer

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The Seattle Star concert preview:
Chanting Clear with Chanticleer

“Louis Botto, Chanticleer’s founder, wanted to take the music back to its roots and perform it the way it had been performed in the composers’ lifetimes. That move was bold…Chanticleer’s hard work helped make the contemporary music world possible.”

-Omar Willey

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Musicians on the 2015-16 Early Music Guild series


Announcing the 2015-16 Season!

Mark your calendars now for EMG’s 2015-16 concert season. It’s an exciting lineup on every level as Alexander Weimann takes the helm of Seattle Baroque Orchestra, and the International Series sees the return of Jordi Savall, Stile Antico, and Piffaro, the Seattle debut of Bach Collegium Japan, and a holiday performance of Praetorius Christmas Vespers.

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Masaaki Suzuki, photo by Marco Borggreve / Stile Antico, photo by Marco Borggreve / Alexander Weimann, photo by Jan Gates / David Fallis, photo courtesy of The Toronto Consort / Monica Huggett, photo by Torsten Kjellstrand



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A Joyful Soirée

Sunday, June 7, 2015 ~ 4:00 to 7:00 PM
Women’s University Club

Please join us for a party, auction, and concert in support of Early Music Guild.

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Alexander Weimann

Alexander Weimann Appointed Seattle Baroque Orchestra Music Director

Following an extensive search, we are thrilled to announce Alexander Weimann as the new music director of Seattle Baroque Orchestra. He will bring a wealth of experience, musical talent, and creative energy to the Orchestra.

The past two seasons have been a fulfilling journey for SBO. Thank you for your involvement and support in our search process. We look forward to announcing the 2015-2016 season soon!

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Alexander Weimann, Photo: Alex Waterhouse-Hayward


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