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Thursday, October 13 | 7:30 pm

St. Mary's Episcopal Church

It's three's company with the opening concert of the 2022 Twin Cities Early Music Festival. Friends since graduate school, oboist Sarah Weiner, gambist Mary Burke, and harpsichordist Donald Livingston open the festival with a program of little-known pieces for baroque oboe.


Saturday, October 15 | 3:00 pm

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The RECORDER in the                      

Recorder virtuoso Cléa Galhano is matched with gambist Julie Elhard and harpsichordist Donald Livingston bringing to life jewels from the French baroque.

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Saturday, October 15 | 5:00 pm

St. Mary's Episcopal Church
Medieval & Renaissance Music for Recorder & Viol

The Eglantine Consort, last appearing in the 2015 Twin Cities Early Music Festival with their sold-out program, "In Praise of Two Queens," will perform a selection of their favorite Medieval and Renaissance music for recorders and viol.
The Eglantine Consort is a long-standing group of Twin cities performers playing the entire range of Renaissance and Baroque recorders. Members include Tim Heitman, Bruce Jacobs, Alan Kolderie, Brian Krysinski, and new member Bill Sherfey.

Program includes works by Ockeghem, Dufay, Machaut, estampies, canzonas, almandes, and other tasty tunes.

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Saturday, October 15 | 7:30 pm

St. Mary's Episcopal Church

Dutch recorder player Kees Boeke studied at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague (recorder with Frans Brüggen and cello with Anner Bijlsma), where he graduated with honors. He founded the ensemble Quadro Hotteterre (1968-1988) together with fellow recorder student Walter van Hauwe, and was for many years a member of the medieval and Renaissance Ensemble Syntagma Musicum and co-founder of Sour Cream (1972), Little Consort Amsterdam (1978), and the Ensemble Mala Punica (1989). In 2001 he formed the medieval ensemble Tetraktys. In 1996, Kees Boeke began work as musical director for the ensemble Cantica Symphonia with whom he made recordings of motets by Costanzo Festa and masses of Guillaume Dufay. He was invited as a guest conductor by the vocal and instrumental ensemble “L’Homme Arme” in Florence and the ensemble Ars Nova Copenhagen for concerts in Holland, Belgium and Denmark. Over the years, he has collaborated with the Hilliard Ensemble in concerts and recordings of music by Heinrich Isaac, Orlando di Lasso, and Philippe de Monte, and with Philippe Pierlot’s Ricercar Consort and the Concerto delle Viole of Roberto Gini.

MONODIA | Survey of Medieval Monody
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