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Tue, Jun 24, 2014

 | The Boston Globe | Jeffrey Gantz

Green Mountain offers a rich feast for St. John

The evening began with an Usper sonata, the sackbuts’ deep-voiced chorale preceding the call and response of the violins and the cornetti. Everything was geared to the text: In...

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Mon, Jun 23, 2014

 | The New York Times | James R. Oestreich

Early Music and Its Future

The performances of both works were predictably splendid, and though you wished that the John Vespers had packed the church to capacity as the 1610 did, it drew a house seemingly...

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Mon, Jun 23, 2014

 | The Boston Musical Intelligencer | Tom Schnauber

Tenet’s Green Mountain Vespers

And what a glorious noise the Tenet ensemble made! From the outset, it was clear not only that these musicians were skilled technicians, but also that they loved the music...

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Mon, Jun 23, 2014

 | Bachtrack | Robert Levine

A fine Monteverdi Vespers from the Tenet Ensemble

The playing and singing were grand. Metcalfe goes for beauty of tone and gets it – his and second violinist Ingrid Matthews’ playing in the Sonata sopra Santa Maria...

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