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Blue Heron Touring Programs Page

…ique presentation explores the power of written music in pictures and sound. In this compelling and lively offering, Prof. Kelly presents, and Blue Heron sings, key moments in the art of music from c. 800 to c. 1400, including Gregorian chant, organa by Leonin and Perotin, and songs by Machaut, Ciconia, Senleches, and Cordier. The event is a kind of “live action” version of Prof. Kelly’s 2014 book Capturing Music: The Story of Notation which comes…

Music from the Peterhouse Partbooks Page

…ise my Peterhouse restorations and to publish them through Antico Edition (www.anticoedition.co.uk), and have been gratified by the number of choirs that have performed them. The contribution of Blue Heron and Scott Metcalfe has been exceptional: no other choir has shown such sustained interest in them, and very few have sung them with such insight and skill. The restorer’s task is to complete what remains of the original in the most congruous way…

Concert history Page

…bruary 12, 2017 at Noon and 2 pm The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Presented the NGA in honor of Della Robbia: Sculpting with Color in Renaissance Florence details > Songs from courts, chambers and kitchens Sunday, January 22, 2017 at 3 pm Community Music Center of Boston Presented by The Cambridge Society for Early Music details > 2016 17 | 15 | 14 | 13 | 12 | 11 | 10 | 09 | 08 | 07 | 06 | 05 | 04 | 03 | 02 | 01 | 00 | 99 Christmas in…

French Songs II Page

…dant vostre venue, appears on our CD Johannes Ockeghem: Complete songs, vol. 1. Blue Heron’s artistic director Scott Metcalfe edited the twelve unique songs for the Alamire Foundation; he participated in several days of study of the manuscript and its contents at the Foundation’s House of Polyphony at Leuven’s Park Abbey and he was invited to attend two international conferences on the Leuven Chansonnier, in New York City (2017) and Antwerp (2018)…

PR 01-12-2021 Page

…dant vostre venue, appears on our CD Johannes Ockeghem: Complete songs, vol. 1. Blue Heron’s artistic director Scott Metcalfe edited the twelve unique songs for the Alamire Foundation; he participated in several days of study of the manuscript and its contents at the Foundation’s House of Polyphony at Leuven’s Park Abbey and he was invited to attend two international conferences on the Leuven Chansonnier, in New York City (2017) and Antwerp (2018)…

Performance practice Page

…s verbal phrases; in vocal music, the two are inextricably linked. Blend vs. complexity I am not interested in “blend” per se. I am not aware of any evidence that “blend” was a priority for musicians in the past. I think that what people mean by it nowadays is that singers should modulate or moderate the individual qualities of their voices in order to create a homogeneous, smooth, or de-individualised sound. But there is no a priori reason to val…

Cabaret Page

…umn of Perfect Propriety, Etiquetteer, for almost 20 years (www.etiquetteer.com/home). Etiquette mistakes in history are just as much fun as knowing how to behave well, and Robert is known for hosting a good time. Both the cocktail hour and cabaret will take place on Zoom, featuring a mix of live and pre-recorded portions. Proceeds from this event will support Blue Heron’s upcoming season. All concert dates, programs and personnel are subject to c…

Concert reviews Page

…ll review > Machaut’s Remède de Fortune Daniel Hathaway, Clevelandclassical.com| March 13, 2017 If this sounds like a dry music history lesson, it wasn’t. The music is beautiful, alternating between haunting and jolly, and the narration is engagingly colloquial (“He’s as clueless as a caged bird”). In addition to playing splendidly, the musicians displayed a wry sense of humor, imitating bird songs in a garden scene and making trumpet sounds to he…

Alexander Nishibun Page

© Kate L Photography | www.kateLphotography.com With a vibrant instrument and sensitive stage presence, tenor Alexander Nishibun has been singled out as “a delight…capable of stealing the show with a gesture” (Portland Press Herald). Nishibun performs widely in the greater Boston area and collaborates with ensembles throughout the US, singing with Vox Humana, Les Canards Chantants, Cappella Clausura, the Handel & Haydn Society, Kinnara Ensemble,…

Sonja Tengblad Page

…ted the award-winning touring program Modern Dickinson (www.moderndickinson.com) and launched the recital project BeatSong for soprano and percussion. She sings with the Grammy-winning ensemble Conspirare on tours of Considering Matthew Shepard and is a core member of the Lorelei Ensemble. As the founder of Beyond Artists, Sonja supports Braver Angels, Eden Reforestation Project, and Singers Of This Age with every performance. www.sonjatengblad.co…

Paul Max Tipton Page

…nd Luretta Bybee. In 2012 Mr. Tipton was made a Lorraine Hunt-Lieberson Fellow at Emmanuel Music. www.paulmaxtipton.com

Nick Sandon Page

…t by his appointment in 1971 to a lectureship in music at Exeter University. Research became a lesser priority for a few years, and when it resumed in the mid-1970s it was on a new project that has engaged him ever since and that he now feels he was born to undertake: the origins and implications of the Peterhouse Henrician partbooks and their music. His doctoral thesis was accepted in 1983 and in 1992 he began to publish his restorations of the i…