Wed, Jan 14, 2015

 | The Boston Globe | Matthew Guerrieri

Green Mountain Project revisits Monteverdi at St. Cecilia

The final, gently slowing lines of “Ave maris stella” set up a “Magnificat” finale, ever more ruminative, each line with its own setting, instrumentation, and mood....

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Tue, Jan 13, 2015

 | The New York Times | Anthony Tomassini

Reweaving a Tapestry From Charpentier’s Threads

The singing was lovely. The tender sound of the high tenor Owen McIntosh contrasted nicely with the robust lyric tenor Aaron Sheehan and the huskier tenor Jason McStoots. During the ...

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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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Tue, Sep 23, 2014

 | The New York Times | Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim

Vocals and Instruments, Weaving a Bach Tapestry

The result in the intricate contrapuntal passages resembled a tapestry in which each strand was shot through with fine metallic thread: Colors gleamed and sparkled; the pattern of the weave...

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