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Alchemy Baroque Ensemble - Lamento d'Arianna: Monteverdi and Schütz - Apr 17, 2010, 7:30PM
Apr 17, 2010, 7:30PM, New Brunswick, NJ
Alchemy Baroque Ensemble** will perform "Lamento d'Arianna:  Music of Claudio Monteverdi and Heinrich Schütz," Saturday, April 17, 2010, 7:30 PM, at Christ Church, New Brunswick, NJ.  

Carey Hackett, soprano
Amy Brosius, soprano
Joseph Hill, countertenor
Timothy Smith, tenor
Daniel Kenworthy, baritone

$10 donation may be made at the door.

PARKING & DIRECTIONS:
 
PARKING
In addition to metered on-street parking, there is a parking deck adjacent to Christ Church accessible from both Church and Paterson Sts. There are also decks opposite the train station and inside the Hyatt Hotel.


VIA NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE (NORTH OR SOUTH)
Take New Jersey Turnpike to Exit 9
Merge onto NJ-18 N Toward New Brunswick
Take the New St. ramp, stay straight to continue on New St.
Turn right on CR-527/George St. (second light)
Turn right on Paterson

VIA GARDEN STATE PARKWAY (NORTH OR SOUTH)
Take Exit 130 on the Garden State Parkway
Merge on Route 1 South; follow directions from Route 1 South.

VIA ROUTE 287 (NORTH OR SOUTH)
Take I-287 Southbound to Exit 9
Take the River Rd Exit 9 toward Bound Brook/Highland Park
Take the ramp toward Highland Park
Turn slight right on CR-622 E/ River Rd.
Merge on NJ-18 S.
Take the ramp toward RT-27 S/Rutgers Univ./New Brunswick/George St.
Turn slight right on CR-672/George St. Continue to follow George St.
Turn right on Church St.
Turn left on Spring St.
Turn left on Paterson St.

VIA ROUTE 1 (NORTH OR SOUTH)
Take Route 1 to exit marked “Route 18 North-New Brunswick.”
Merge on NJ-18 N toward New Brunswick
Take the New St. Ramp
Stay straight to go onto New Street
Turn right on CR-527/George Street
Turn right on Paterson Street

**Alchemy Baroque Ensemble is a member of the Guild for Early Music.  

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March 03 2017
Mar-03-2017
March is National Early Music Month !!

Early Music Princeton* presents Stabat mater, a Lenten Evening, with vocal and instrumental works on the themes of Christ and the Virgin Mary. Works by Verancini, Biber, Telemann, Geminiani, J. S. Bach, and selections from Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater.  Jane Hines, director.

Friday March 3, 2017, 7 PM at the Princeton University Chapel.  Free admission.   For more information and directions, visit princeton.edu/music.


*Princeton Early Music is a member of the Guild for Early Music.

 
March 04 2017
Mar-04-2017
Another great awesome Salon 33 music and social event:  Join La Fiocco* for a program of virtuosic recorder music of the late Baroque, with harpsichord, theorbo, baroque guitar, and viola da gamba continuo. Lewis R. Baratz, recorder; Benjamin Berman, harpsichord; Isaac Louth, viola da gamba, and Daniel Boring, theorbo. Music of Andreas Heinrich Schultze, Francesco Barsanti, Michel de La Barre, Francesco Mancini, Ignazio Sieber, Jacques Paisible. and Robert Valentine.  

Salon 33 is an intimate venue located in Princeton, New Jersey.  You may arrive at 7 PM for a potluck meal (please bring an appetizer, main, side, or dessert), or just come when the music starts at 8 PM.  There is no formal charge for admission, but a donation for the performers will be graciously appreciated.  $20 is suggested.  

Please contact the host of Salon 33 (Salon33@outlook.com) to be placed on the email list for invitations which will contain directions and additional details. You may easily unsubscribe yourself from the Salon 33 list after the celebration of Early Music Month if you wish.

This evening is the first of five early music events at Salon 33 in March 2017 in celebration of  Early Music Month!  Check our calendar listings for other Guild for Early Music events at Salon 33 (for March 5, March 17, March 19, and March 31), and other concerts and events during Early Music Month!  

**La Fiocco is a member of the Guild for Early Music.
 
March 05 2017
Mar-05-2017
Salon 33 hosts another ensemble member of the Guild for Early Music in celebration of Early Music Month. Come hear a program of exquisite Renaissance music entitled "Weeping, Wailing and Gnashing of Teeth."  The concert will include short pieces of a cappella music sung by the members of Mostly Motets*. This music reflects the emotions of weeping, wailing and gnashing of teeth as interpreted by three Thomases: Thomas Ford, Thomas Campion and Thomas Tomkins, with additional works by Claudio Monteverdi and others, conveying the depth of feelings as captured by these early music composers.  

You may arrive at 6 PM for a potluck meal (please bring an appetizer, main, side, or dessert), or just come when the music starts at 7 PM. There is no formal charge for admission, but a donation for the performers will be graciously appreciated. $20 is suggested. 

Please contact the host of Salon 33 (Salon33@outlook.com) to be placed on the email list for invitations which will contain directions and additional details. You may easily unsubscribe yourself from the Salon 33 list after the celebration of Early Music Month if you wish. 

This evening is the second of our early music events at Salon 33 in March in celebration of Early Music Month! Check our calendar listings for March 17, March 19, and March 31 for other Guild for Early Music events at Salon 33 and other events in celebration of Early Music Month.

*Mostly Motets is a member of the Guild for Early Music
 
March 06 2017
Mar-06-2017
Recorder players of all levels are invited to the Highland Park Recorder Society's Recorder Playing Session on Monday, March 6 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM in the Parlor room of the Reformed Church of Highland Park, NJ, 19 South Second Avenue in Highland Park. There is free parking in back of the church which may be accessed via Magnolia Street. ADA handicapped accessible.  

This month's guest conductor is Lewis R. Baratz, recorder player, harpsichordist, and director of La Fiocco period instrument ensemble.  Come celebrate Early Music Month with us.

Other sessions this seasons open to all recorder players will be held on Apr 3 (Deborah Booth), May 1 (John Burkhalter), and June 5 (Maestro Robert Butts).

For more information, on the Highland Park Recorder Society, contact Donna Messer at:  recorderdonna <At sign> gmail <dot> com or click to email.

**Highland Park Recorder Society is a member of the Guild for Early Music.

**Denotes member of the Guild for Early Music