I’ve Found a New Baby: Baroque Meets Afro-Latin Jazz
Jazz Feb 5 – Preferred

Celebrate Valentine’s Day and Black History Month with us! La Donna Musicale and RUMBARROCO combine to present a fusion of Afro-Latin jazz and vibrant Baroque musical styles applied to popular love songs and lullabies, performed on historical and folk instruments. Mezzo-soprano Daniela Tošić will sing “Bei Mir Bistu Shein” in Yiddish, “Dark Eyes” in Russian, and “Bésame Mucho” in Spanish, among others. The concert will also feature arrangements of works by American songwriters Edna Osser and Marjorie Goetchius, which will be performed by Osser’s granddaughter, mezzo-soprano Roselin Osser. Songs will be interspersed with our instrumental arrangements of “Milonga de Mis Amores,” “Songs My Mother Taught Me,” and others.

$35
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SATURDAY
February 07 2015


SATURDAY
February 7, 2015
4 PM
First Congregational Church
11 Garden St., Cambridge, MA

I’ve Found a New Baby: Baroque Meets Afro-Latin Jazz
Jazz Feb 5 – General

Celebrate Valentine’s Day and Black History Month with us! La Donna Musicale and RUMBARROCO combine to present a fusion of Afro-Latin jazz and vibrant Baroque musical styles applied to popular love songs and lullabies, performed on historical and folk instruments. Mezzo-soprano Daniela Tošić will sing “Bei Mir Bistu Shein” in Yiddish, “Dark Eyes” in Russian, and “Bésame Mucho” in Spanish, among others. The concert will also feature arrangements of works by American songwriters Edna Osser and Marjorie Goetchius, which will be performed by Osser’s granddaughter, mezzo-soprano Roselin Osser. Songs will be interspersed with our instrumental arrangements of “Milonga de Mis Amores,” “Songs My Mother Taught Me,” and others.

$25
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SATURDAY
February 07 2015


SATURDAY
February 7, 2015
4 PM
First Congregational Church
11 Garden St., Cambridge, MA

I’ve Found a New Baby: Baroque Meets Afro-Latin Jazz
Jazz Feb 5 – Student/Low Income

Celebrate Valentine’s Day and Black History Month with us! La Donna Musicale and RUMBARROCO combine to present a fusion of Afro-Latin jazz and vibrant Baroque musical styles applied to popular love songs and lullabies, performed on historical and folk instruments. Mezzo-soprano Daniela Tošić will sing “Bei Mir Bistu Shein” in Yiddish, “Dark Eyes” in Russian, and “Bésame Mucho” in Spanish, among others. The concert will also feature arrangements of works by American songwriters Edna Osser and Marjorie Goetchius, which will be performed by Osser’s granddaughter, mezzo-soprano Roselin Osser. Songs will be interspersed with our instrumental arrangements of “Milonga de Mis Amores,” “Songs My Mother Taught Me,” and others.

$15
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SATURDAY
February 07 2015


SATURDAY
February 7, 2015
4 PM
First Congregational Church
11 Garden St., Cambridge, MA

Queen of the French Baroque: Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre
Queen March 7 – Preferred

We will be celebrating the 350th anniversary of her birth with performances of her Scriptural Cantatas, suites, sonatas, and excerpts from her opera Céphale et Procris. One of the most important French Baroque composers, at age 13 Mademoiselle de la Guerre was called “the marvel of her century” by a contributor to the literary magazine Mercure gallant. She became one of the most famous musicians of her time. The year she died, a special medallion was created with her portrait on the front. On the back was the inscription: “Aux grands musiciens, j'ai disputé le Prix” (“I contended with the greatest of musicians”). Her distinctively French music was unique for her time because she incorporated Italian musical styles, resulting in pieces rich in harmony and exquisitely pleasant melodies.

$35
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SATURDAY
March 07 2015

SATURDAY
March 14, 2015
4 PM
First Congregational Church
11 Garden St., Cambridge, MA



SATURDAY
March 7, 2015
8 PM
Lindsey Chapel, Emmanuel Church
15 Newbury St., Boston, MA

 

Queen of the French Baroque: Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre
Queen March 7 – General

We will be celebrating the 350th anniversary of her birth with performances of her Scriptural Cantatas, suites, sonatas, and excerpts from her opera Céphale et Procris. One of the most important French Baroque composers, at age 13 Mademoiselle de la Guerre was called “the marvel of her century” by a contributor to the literary magazine Mercure gallant. She became one of the most famous musicians of her time. The year she died, a special medallion was created with her portrait on the front. On the back was the inscription: “Aux grands musiciens, j'ai disputé le Prix” (“I contended with the greatest of musicians”). Her distinctively French music was unique for her time because she incorporated Italian musical styles, resulting in pieces rich in harmony and exquisitely pleasant melodies.

$25
Add to cart
SATURDAY
March 07 2015

SATURDAY
March 14, 2015
4 PM
First Congregational Church
11 Garden St., Cambridge, MA



SATURDAY
March 7, 2015
8 PM
Lindsey Chapel, Emmanuel Church
15 Newbury St., Boston, MA

 

Queen of the French Baroque: Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre
Queen March 7 – Student/Low Income

We will be celebrating the 350th anniversary of her birth with performances of her Scriptural Cantatas, suites, sonatas, and excerpts from her opera Céphale et Procris. One of the most important French Baroque composers, at age 13 Mademoiselle de la Guerre was called “the marvel of her century” by a contributor to the literary magazine Mercure gallant. She became one of the most famous musicians of her time. The year she died, a special medallion was created with her portrait on the front. On the back was the inscription: “Aux grands musiciens, j'ai disputé le Prix” (“I contended with the greatest of musicians”). Her distinctively French music was unique for her time because she incorporated Italian musical styles, resulting in pieces rich in harmony and exquisitely pleasant melodies.

$15
Add to cart
SATURDAY
March 07 2015

SATURDAY
March 14, 2015
4 PM
First Congregational Church
11 Garden St., Cambridge, MA



SATURDAY
March 7, 2015
8 PM
Lindsey Chapel, Emmanuel Church
15 Newbury St., Boston, MA

 

Queen of the French Baroque: Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre
Queen March 14 – Preferred

We will be celebrating the 350th anniversary of her birth with performances of her Scriptural Cantatas, suites, sonatas, and excerpts from her opera Céphale et Procris. One of the most important French Baroque composers, at age 13 Mademoiselle de la Guerre was called “the marvel of her century” by a contributor to the literary magazine Mercure gallant. She became one of the most famous musicians of her time. The year she died, a special medallion was created with her portrait on the front. On the back was the inscription: “Aux grands musiciens, j'ai disputé le Prix” (“I contended with the greatest of musicians”). Her distinctively French music was unique for her time because she incorporated Italian musical styles, resulting in pieces rich in harmony and exquisitely pleasant melodies.

$35
Add to cart
SATURDAY
March 07 2015

SATURDAY
March 14, 2015
4 PM
First Congregational Church
11 Garden St., Cambridge, MA



SATURDAY
March 7, 2015
8 PM
Lindsey Chapel, Emmanuel Church
15 Newbury St., Boston, MA

 

Queen of the French Baroque: Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre
Queen March 14 – General

We will be celebrating the 350th anniversary of her birth with performances of her Scriptural Cantatas, suites, sonatas, and excerpts from her opera Céphale et Procris. One of the most important French Baroque composers, at age 13 Mademoiselle de la Guerre was called “the marvel of her century” by a contributor to the literary magazine Mercure gallant. She became one of the most famous musicians of her time. The year she died, a special medallion was created with her portrait on the front. On the back was the inscription: “Aux grands musiciens, j'ai disputé le Prix” (“I contended with the greatest of musicians”). Her distinctively French music was unique for her time because she incorporated Italian musical styles, resulting in pieces rich in harmony and exquisitely pleasant melodies.

$25
Add to cart
SATURDAY
March 07 2015

SATURDAY
March 14, 2015
4 PM
First Congregational Church
11 Garden St., Cambridge, MA



SATURDAY
March 7, 2015
8 PM
Lindsey Chapel, Emmanuel Church
15 Newbury St., Boston, MA

 

Queen of the French Baroque: Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre
Queen March 14 – Student/Low Income

We will be celebrating the 350th anniversary of her birth with performances of her Scriptural Cantatas, suites, sonatas, and excerpts from her opera Céphale et Procris. One of the most important French Baroque composers, at age 13 Mademoiselle de la Guerre was called “the marvel of her century” by a contributor to the literary magazine Mercure gallant. She became one of the most famous musicians of her time. The year she died, a special medallion was created with her portrait on the front. On the back was the inscription: “Aux grands musiciens, j'ai disputé le Prix” (“I contended with the greatest of musicians”). Her distinctively French music was unique for her time because she incorporated Italian musical styles, resulting in pieces rich in harmony and exquisitely pleasant melodies.

$15
Add to cart
SATURDAY
March 07 2015

SATURDAY
March 14, 2015
4 PM
First Congregational Church
11 Garden St., Cambridge, MA



SATURDAY
March 7, 2015
8 PM
Lindsey Chapel, Emmanuel Church
15 Newbury St., Boston, MA

 

House Concert: Saturday, January 31, 2015
House Concert: Jan. 31

$50
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SATURDAY
January 31 2015


Come and enjoy a preview of our Baroque Meets Afro-Latin Jazz concert with wine and tasty appetizers!