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Organ Recital by Matthew Glandorf and Diane Meredith Belcher
Saint Mark's Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, PA, 4:00 PM

The Bach Festival is pleased to invite you to attend a special joint organ recital by artistic director, Matthew Glandorf, and his colleague, internationally acclaimed organist Diane Meredith Belcher, in celebration of the International Year of the Organ.  In addition to a variety of other organ works, their performance will feature Mr. Glandorf and Ms. Belcher’s arrangement for organ of J.S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G Major, and Ms. Belcher will play Bach’s famous Toccata and Fugue in D minor.

The concert is free and open to the public, and will be held at on Sunday, October 19, at 4 p.m. at Saint Mark's Episcopal Church, 1625 Locust Street, Philadelphia PA 19103.

Ms. Belcher is an internationally acclaimed concert organist, and teaches both privately and at the University of Pennsylvania; previous positions include Westminster Choir College, The University of Memphis, St. Elisbeth's Church, Memphis, and Park Central Presbyterian Church in Syracuse.  Ms. Belcher and Mr. Glandorf have served as Organists/Choirmasters at Saint Mark's since July of 2005.

Mr. Glandorf, in addition to serving as Artistic Director of the Bach Festival and his concertizing as organist, also serves as the artistic director of the Choral Arts Society of Philadelphia, and the Bach Festival is pleased to welcome Choral Arts this year as the Bach Festival’s new choir in residence.  Choral Arts is a chamber choir consisting of 60 members, and focuses on the music of baroque and modern composers.  Choral Arts and the Bach Festival are collaborating on three concerts this year: our holiday celebration of Bach’s music on December 7, 2008, our Bach’s Birthday concert on March 29, 2009, and Bach’s Mass in B Minor on May 9, 2009.  Please visit the Bach Festival’s website for tickets and more information.  As we welcome Choral Arts to the Bach Festival, we invite you to explore not only their Bach concerts, but also their other concert offerings, including their upcoming concert of the music of modern choral composer Eric Whitacre on October 25 and 26.

Toccata and Fugue in D minor, by J.S. Bach
Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G Major, by J.S. Bach (arranged, Belcher/Glandorf)
Kyrie cum jubilo, by Roxanna Panufnik (US premiere)
Prelude and Fugue in G minor, by Marcel Dupré
Paean, by Stephen Pauulus
Improvisations on Niccolo Paganini’s Caprice No. 24

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December 18 2017
Dec-18-2017
Riverview Early Music* presents The Riverview Consort in a program entitled "Now Winter Nights: Carols by Candlelight," a delightful performance of Christmas favorites and forgotten gems in the magical acoustic of the 1867 Sanctuary. The Riverview Consort (Abigail Chapman, soprano, John Burkhalter, recorders, and John Lacombe, lutes, will take your breath away with hauntingly beautiful melodies from the Middle Ages and Renaissance, as well as delicate arrangements of more modern favorites. From familiar tunes like "What Child is This?" (originally the lute-song "Greensleeves") to lesser known songs like "Now Winter Nights" (originally published in 1617, but possibly your new favorite holiday song), this sublime evening in the candlelit 1867 Sanctuary is sure to be the perfect escape from seasonal hustle and bustle.  Enjoy a sample of their music at 

Monday, December 18, 2017, 8 PM at the 1867 Sanctuary, 101 Scotch Road, Ewing, NJ.  General Admission $20; $15 for Friends of the Sanctuary; $5 for  students with ID.  Groups of 10 or more can purchase tickets for $15 per person.  Tickets can be purchased online (click here), reserved at the box office (cash, check or credit card) by calling 609-392-6409 or by emailing 1867sanctuary@preservationnj.org, or at the door (as space permits).

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




 
January 22 2018
Jan-22-2018
Recorder players of all levels are invited to the Highland Park Recorder Society’s monthly playing session on Monday, January 22, 2018, 7-9 P.M with esteemed guest conductor Robert Butts. Please arrive at 6:30 with your instruments and music stand to set up in the Parlor Room of the Reformed Church of Highland Park, 19 South Second Ave., Highland Park, NJ. Free parking in back of the church reached via Magnolia Street, between 2nd and 3rd Avenues. ADA handicapped accessible. 

This session is FREE to first timers and members. Please click below on on "read more about this event" for information about the Highland Park Recorder Society, future playing sessions and on our guest conductor.
 
March 17 2018
Mar-17-2018
Join La Fiocco* for a performance of music of the Italian high and late baroque, featuring guest artist Sarah Davol, baroque oboe, with Claire Smith Bermingham & Jeremy Rhizor, baroque violins, Dan McCarthy, baroque violin & viola, Anneke Schaul-Yoder, baroque cello, Benjamin T. Berman, harpsichord, & artistic director Lewis R. Baratz, recorder & harpsichord.  

Featuring the Oboe Concerto in D minor of Tomaso Albinoni (Op. 9 No. 2), the Concerto in C Major (RV 87) for Recorder, Oboe, and Continuo of Antonio Vivaldi, and the Sonata for Oboe, Strings, and Continuo in G minor of Petrus Brehy, a northern composer inspired by the music of Italy.  

Saturday, March 17th, 7:30 PM 
All Saints Episcopal Church 
16 All Saints Road 
(off of Terhune Rd. / Van Dyke Rd.) 
Princeton, NJ 08540

$25 general audience, $10 students, free for 12 & under.
Cash/check at the door or click here to purchase tickets online. 

*La Fiocco is a member of the Guild for Early Music.


 
March 18 2018
Mar-18-2018
Join La Fiocco* for a performance of music of the Italian high and late baroque, featuring guest artist Sarah Davol, baroque oboe, with Claire Smith Bermingham & Jeremy Rhizor, baroque violins, Dan McCarthy, baroque violin & viola, Anneke Schaul-Yoder, baroque cello, Benjamin T. Berman, harpsichord, & artistic director Lewis R. Baratz, recorder & harpsichord.  

Featuring the Oboe Concerto in D minor of Tomaso Albinoni (Op. 9 No. 2), the Concerto in C Major (RV 87) for Recorder, Oboe, and Continuo of Antonio Vivaldi, and the Sonata for Oboe, Strings, and Continuo in G minor of Petrus Brehy, a northern composer inspired by the music of Italy.  

Saturday, March 18th, 3:00 PM 
Trinity Episcopal Church 
6587 Upper York Road
Solebury, PA 

$25 general audience, $10 students, free for 12 & under.
Cash/check at the door or click here to purchase tickets online. 

*La Fiocco is a member of the Guild for Early Music.


**Denotes member of the Guild for Early Music