24 August 2013

UPDATE: 2013-14 Season in Seattle!


The Fall Fundraising Fiesta will be held at Trinity Parish Church, in the Parish Hall, starting at 5:30 PM. Please click HERE  to get your tickets/make your contribution before the event.

For 2013-14 we present three diverse programs.

Concert I: 5 October 2013
Fall Fundraising Fiesta! A fundraising concert and party at Trinity Parish Church in the Parish Hall, featuring food, wine, & four centuries of music. Visit our website and click on the "Tickets" tab for more information about this event.

Concert II: 8 February 2014
Galant and Grounded: Paying for Time Travel with the Currency of Music.
In this concert we travel between the Galant style of the 18th century and the rhapsodic, capricious styles of the 17th century. Music by Fontana, Fiorè, Gabrielli, Kapsberger, Kirnberger, Blavet, and CPE Bach.

Concert III: 3 May 2014
Good Day Sun King: Baroque Music from New Orleans and New France.
Baroque music in New Orleans? Founded in 1718 by the French, it was not long before the Lower Mississippi Valley was populated with French people and French culture. And up river in Montreal and Québec, Parisian music publishers provided the northernmost part of New France with music of all types from "back home." Vocal and instrumental music from New Orleans's Ursuline Manuscript of 1736, plus music by Monteclair, Couperin, Marais, and other composers from the reign of Louis XIV.