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The improvisational style of Montreal-based Constantinople -- and the vocals of Acadian soprano Suzie LeBlanc -- will bring Strozzi’s baroque cantatas to life. The evening will also feature the instrumental works of Johannes Kapsberger.  Event details: http://www.townhallseattle.org/early-music-guild-international-series-presents-constantinople-metamorfosi-musicali/

The improvisational style of Montreal-based Constantinople -- and the vocals of Acadian soprano Suzie LeBlanc -- will bring Strozzi’s baroque cantatas to life. The evening will also feature the instrumental works of Johannes Kapsberger. Event details: http://www.townhallseattle.org/early-music-guild-international-series-presents-constantinople-metamorfosi-musicali/

Theatre of Early Music - Dan Taylor

Theatre of Early Music - Dan Taylor

This 12-member, London-based ensemble (one of the most well-respected early music vocal ensembles in the world) returns to Seattle for the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death, with lyrics written--and inspired--by his numerous plays and poetry.

This 12-member, London-based ensemble (one of the most well-respected early music vocal ensembles in the world) returns to Seattle for the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death, with lyrics written--and inspired--by his numerous plays and poetry.

Renowned for its “expressive and elegant interpretations” of baroque music, Montreal quartet Pallade Musica will present creative works from Stile Moderno, the 17th century “modern” composition style.  Event details: http://www.townhallseattle.org/early-music-guild-international-series-presents-pallade-musica-a-mio-modo/

Renowned for its “expressive and elegant interpretations” of baroque music, Montreal quartet Pallade Musica will present creative works from Stile Moderno, the 17th century “modern” composition style. Event details: http://www.townhallseattle.org/early-music-guild-international-series-presents-pallade-musica-a-mio-modo/

Italy’s premier ensemble for Medieval and Renaissance music returns to Seattle in a celebratory performance featuring songs about the life cycle, humorous poems, songs for women’s gatherings, and songs for celebrating life’s transitions and the joyful moments of the liturgical year.

Italy’s premier ensemble for Medieval and Renaissance music returns to Seattle in a celebratory performance featuring songs about the life cycle, humorous poems, songs for women’s gatherings, and songs for celebrating life’s transitions and the joyful moments of the liturgical year.

Soprano Ellen Hargis, one of America’s premier early-music singers, returns to Seattle for an evening of great scenes from Italian Baroque operas, including three  versions of the Orpheus myth as set by Monteverdi, Rossi, and Sartorio. The virtuoso strings of Seattle Baroque set the stage for Hargis’ scenes with dramatic concertos by Vivaldi and Locatelli.

Soprano Ellen Hargis, one of America’s premier early-music singers, returns to Seattle for an evening of great scenes from Italian Baroque operas, including three versions of the Orpheus myth as set by Monteverdi, Rossi, and Sartorio. The virtuoso strings of Seattle Baroque set the stage for Hargis’ scenes with dramatic concertos by Vivaldi and Locatelli.

SBO’s 2014-15 season kicks off with guest director Maute, who’ll direct "The American Dream" -- a celebration of early music in Boston -- with guest soprano Shannon Mercer.   Event details: http://www.townhallseattle.org/seattle-baroque-orchestra-presents-the-american-dream-with-matthias-maute/

SBO’s 2014-15 season kicks off with guest director Maute, who’ll direct "The American Dream" -- a celebration of early music in Boston -- with guest soprano Shannon Mercer. Event details: http://www.townhallseattle.org/seattle-baroque-orchestra-presents-the-american-dream-with-matthias-maute/

The kids of Seattle Historical Arts return for another Early Music Discovery performance (their fifth!) with stories of magic, dragons, and miracles from the Middle Ages, accompanied by era-specific instruments.

The kids of Seattle Historical Arts return for another Early Music Discovery performance (their fifth!) with stories of magic, dragons, and miracles from the Middle Ages, accompanied by era-specific instruments.

The orchestra closes its season with a program including Brahms’ Academic Festival Overture, Op. 80; Berlioz’s Nuits d’Ete, Op. 7, featuring soprano Kimberly Giordano; and Prokofiev’s Romeo & Juliet selections. Founded in 1949 and conducted by Stephen Rogers Radcliffe since 2010, Thalia specializes in music from the mid-19th century to the present, featuring new works and rediscovered classics.

The orchestra closes its season with a program including Brahms’ Academic Festival Overture, Op. 80; Berlioz’s Nuits d’Ete, Op. 7, featuring soprano Kimberly Giordano; and Prokofiev’s Romeo & Juliet selections. Founded in 1949 and conducted by Stephen Rogers Radcliffe since 2010, Thalia specializes in music from the mid-19th century to the present, featuring new works and rediscovered classics.

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