Mon, Apr 8, 2013

 | The New Yorker | Alex Ross

Singing Shadows

In February and March, during the six weeks of Lent, the vocal ensemble tenet presented a series called “tenebrae,” given over mainly to Renaissance and Baroque settings of...

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Tue, Feb 19, 2013

 | The New York Times | Zachary Woolfe

As the Cantatas Unfurl, a Reprieve Is Affirmed

Jolle Greenleaf, the artistic director of Tenet and a soprano who can both float and focus, led an excellent group of singers that featured the soprano Molly Quinn, the alto...

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Tue, Jan 8, 2013

 | The Arts Fuse | Susan Miron

Green Mountain Project — Monteverdi at his most Audacious

This year their two NYC concerts were packed as was the performance in the cavernous St. Paul’s Church in Harvard Square. Artistic director Jolle Greenleaf (also a top-notch...

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Tue, Jan 8, 2013

 | The Boston Musical Intelligencer | Cashman Kerr Prince

Voices Raised in Praise

For a year so young, this performance has already set the bar for all subsequent concerts so terribly, terribly high I fear all may pale by comparison. I commend Scott...

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