The Handel Aria Competition is an annual event held in Madison, Wisconsin to promote the performance of Handel’s extensive vocal repertoire.
Schola Cantorum of Eau Claire, a 12-voice vocal ensemble dedicated to the performance of early music, will present Lecher’s German Passion setting and additional German motets.
This festival brings the community together to celebrate the music of J.S. Bach in a marathon 12-hour concert that is free and open to the public.
A joint concert of Milwaukee choirs APERI ANIMAM and Chant Claire.
Eight Madison-area high school seniors perform arias by Handel, accompanied by Scott Gendel.
Just Bach is a monthly concert series in Madison, WI, celebrating the music of Johann Sebastian Bach.
The November program opens with the instrumental Sinfonia from Cantata 209. Linda Pereksta will be the featured flute soloist in this dramatic Sinfonia, backed up by the strings-and-organ band led by violinist Kangwon Kim. Just …
Englishman Thomas Coryat (ca.1577-1617) was not the first tourist, but he is one of the first truly engaging travel writers in the English language. His travels and musical observations provide the frame for this year’s All-Festival program.
Ensemble participants perform a program based on this year’s theme. Loud band instruments include cornetto, shawm, sackbut, and dulcian. This event is free and open to the public. No pre-concert lecture.
Come hear stories of English eighteenth- and nineteenth-century travelers to Italy who acquired paintings for their country houses and London residences that are now in the Chazen Museum collection.