Early Music Friday
Early Music Guild seeks concert proposals
The Early Music Guild is accepting proposals for the 2013-14 First Tuesday and Early Music Friday series. Please send an email by June 15 with a concert proposal including performers and repertoire. The series will run from Oct to May on the first Tuesdays of most months (Seattle) and on various Fridays (Kirkland).
These concerts are open to musicians residing in the Pacific Northwest (Washington and Oregon).
The Early Music Guild and Northlake Unitarian Universalist Church in Kirkland partner to present concerts by the Northwest’s finest performers of historically informed music. The performances cover over 700 years, representing the Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque periods, with composers both well-known and unknown. Enjoy this great chamber music in the lovely, intimate chapel at NUUC. All performances begin at 7:30 p.m.
January 25, 2013
The Sealthan Consort presents Bad Romance: the ups, downs, and slavery of love.
A concert of 17th and 18th century song featuring Cornish College Artist Diploma in Early Music students Julianna Emanski (soprano), Nicole Guberman (soprano), Chris Briden (viola da gamba), and Patrick Morgan (harpsichord) with special guest Cornish faculty member Stephen Stubbs (lute and guitar).
March 29, 2013
Cornish College Artist Diploma in Early Music students José Luis Munoz (countertenor), Chris Briden (viola da gamba), and Patrick Morgan (harpsichord) are joined by Cornish faculty member Stephen Stubbs (lute and guitar) for this concert of baroque chamber music.
April 12, 2013
Dance for the King: Pagentry and Passion
Seattle Early Dance celebrates Spring with an enchanted evening of Baroque Dance. Directed by Anna Mansbridge, exquisite dances originating at the court of Louis XIV will be performed in gorgeous costumes to live music played on period instruments. Composers will include Jean-Baptiste Lully, André Campra and Marin Marais.
May 17, 2013
Canonici: Consort of Voices presents Italia Mia, a concert featuring vocal music by well-known French and Flemish composers who were influential in the development of the Italian madrigal. Works by Josquin Desprez, Philippe Verdelot, Jacob Arcadelt and Cipriano de Rore.
Tickets: $20 General Admission, $15 Senior, $10 Student/NUUC Member