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2020/21 Season

 
Nov 23, 2020

Passions of the Soul: Curator's Notes

An introduction to Passions of the Soul by Music Director Elisa Citterio

Elisa Citterio. Photo by Daniel Banko, Banko Media

Nov 10, 2020

Re-Tuned: Curator's Notes

An introduction to Close Encounters: Re-Tuned by program curator and violinist, Geneviève Gilardeau

Meeting on the lea rig

“lea rig (Scottish): a grassy ridge or piece of land: a ridge left unplowed in a cultivated field” (Merriam-Webster)

Sep 29, 2020

Mozart Together: Curator's Notes

Elisa Citterio. Photo by Daniel Banko, Banko Media

An introduction to Mozart Together by program curator, Music Director Elisa Citterio

Aug 27, 2020

A Reimagined Fall Season

Elisa Citterio. Photo by Daniel Banko, Banko MediaThe pandemic arrived silently, forcing us to leave the world and retire to our homes. For many people, daily life had to adapt to the circumstances, and homes were animated by work activities, play, and music. Yes, because as a basic necessity, music has touched the souls of many through this invisible network that unites us.

May 11, 2020

Tafel Magazine: Doron Sherwin and the Cornetto

This article is drawn from the first issue of Tafel: our new magazine for the musically curious. Offered three times a year, this publication will, we hope, welcome new friends as well as extend the rich conversations we are already having with so many of you. Read the entire first issue here.

May 11, 2020

Tafel Magazine: Introducing Emi Ferguson

This article is drawn from the first issue of Tafel: our new magazine for the musically curious. Offered three times a year, this publication will, we hope, welcome new friends as well as extend the rich conversations we are already having with so many of you. Read the entire first issue here.

May 11, 2020

Tafel Magazine: Why Does Music Move Us?

This article is drawn from the first issue of Tafel: our new magazine for the musically curious. Offered three times a year, this publication will, we hope, welcome new friends as well as extend the rich conversations we are already having with so many of you. Read the entire first issue here.