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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Sat, Jun 21, 2014

 | The Boston Musical Intelligencer | BMINT Staff

Vespers for St. John the Baptist

The stunning cast of early music specialists under the musical direction of Metcalfe and artistic direction of Jolle Greenleaf will honor the fifth annual celebration of the Green Mountain Project...

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Mon, Mar 24, 2014

 | The New York Times | Vivien Schweitzer

Violin Sonatas Suffuse Lent: Daniel S. Lee Plays ‘The Crucifixion’ for Tenet’s TENEbrae

The Sonata No. 10 “The Crucifixion,” by the 17th-century virtuoso violinist Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber, unfolds in a blaze of effects, beginning with slashing chords perhaps intended to...

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Thu, Mar 13, 2014

 | Classical Ear | Mark Walker (Classical Ear)

Uno + One Tenet review on Classical Ear

Drawing on their considerable performing experience, New York-based early music group Tenet have produced a well-rounded and impeccably performed collection of lesser-known canzonette and instrumental works by Monteverdi and...

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