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Janet Stone Page

…rs. In addition to her administrative duties, Janet is singer on staff at Trinity Church in Copley Square and performs with many local choral groups such as Ensemble Altera, Skylark Ensemble, and Cappella Clausura, among others. You can find her current season engagements at www.janetstonesoprano.com. Janet grew up just outside of Madison, Wisconsin where she discovered her passion for music through the choruses at Grace Episcopal Church and Madis…

Songs of Love and Death Page

…trarca (1304-74), Canzoniere 164 3. Poggiand’al ciel coll’ali del desio sonnet, anonymous 5. Solea lontana in sonno consolarme sonnet, Petrarca, Canzoniere 250 7. Strane rupi, aspri monti, alte tremanti sonnet, Niccolò Amanio (1478/9-before 1528) or Luigi Tansillo (1510-68) 8. La vita fugge, et non s’arresta una hora sonnet, Petrarca, Canzoniere 272 9. Tu piangi, e quella per chi fai tal pianto sonnet, Antonio Tebaldeo (1463-1537), Rime (1498) 13….

Jolle Greenleaf Page

…performances of repertoire spanning the middle ages to the present day. TENET’s programming has been lauded by The New York Times as “smart, varied, and not entirely early.” Ms. Greenleaf has balanced a career as a soloist and an innovative impresaria. In January of 2010 she spearheaded a performance of Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610 (the first to celebrate its 400th anniversary) by creating the Green Mountain Project, a special TENET initiative fo…

Hank Heijink Page

…ergne, TENET, Mark Morris Dance Group, and the Wooster Group, among others. He is in high demand as an accompanist on theorbo, lute, and guitar, and his playing has been described as “eloquent” (The Wall Street Journal) and “deft and sensitive” (The New York Times). He can be heard on TENET’s recent CD A Feast for the Senses and on Green Mountain Project’s live recording of Claudio Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610. Mr. Heijink holds a performance degr…

Concert history Page

…f youthe Morton: Le souvenir de vous me tue Cornysh: Ave Maria mater dei Benet: Telus purpurium / Splendida flamigero ? Cornysh: A robyn gentyl robyn Frye: Alas alas is my chief song Power: Ibo michi ad montem Mason: Quales sumus O miseri Music for the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I Wednesday, June 15, 2005 at 11 pm St. Cecilia Parish, Boston Boston Early Music Festival Josquin: Inviolata integra et casta Senfl: Beati omnes Anonymous (La Rue?): J…

A 15th-century Cabaret Page

…1430-1492) VI Le souvenir de vous me tue Robert Morton (c. 1430-after 1479) Le souvenir a2 Le souvenir a4 Johannes Tinctoris (c. 1435-1511?) VII Helas mon dueil Du Fay Je m’esbais de vous, mon cueur Busnoys VIII L’autrier, ja pieça / Trop suis jonete / En l’ombre du buissonet Busnoys Robinet se veult marier / Se tu te marie / Helas pourquoy se mari-on? anonymous Files a marier / Se tu te marie Binchois Performers Daniela TošiΔ‡ Martin Near Jason Mc…

Rore madrigals (1542) Page

…ballata by an unnamed poet who would subsequently be revealed to be the Venetian priest and novelist Giovanni Brevio. This poem functions like a proem or introduction to a previously unrecognized cycle of sixteen sonnets. We will never know for sure, but it seems very likely that Brevio collaborated with De Rore to assemble this set of texts, mostly by Petrarch but also by contemporary imitators of Petrarch, and to organize them in such a way as…

Ulysses Thomas Page

…glia, Sarastro in The Magic Flute, Alcindoro in La bohème, A Man with a Cornet Case in Dominick Argento’s Postcard from Morocco, Bustamente in Massenet’s La Navarraise, Rakitin in Lee Hoiby’s A Month in the Country, Simone in Gianni Schicchi, Collatinus in Britten’s The Rape of Lucretia, and Pope/Cardinal B in Philip Glass’s Galileo Galilei. Furthermore, Mr. Thomas has appeared as a featured artist with a number of ensembles in and around the Bost…

Rore Page

…his presumed literary collaborator crafted a new lyric sequence out of sonnets by Petrarch and others, how Cipriano deployed the resources of the modal system to depict the shifting emotions of the cycle, and how he matched the rhetoric of the texts with a complex, polyphonic musical rhetoric. Jessie Ann Owens is distinguished professor emeritus of music and former dean of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies at the University of California, Dav…

Michael Barrett Page

…mble, Vox Luminis, the Handel & Haydn Society, Nederlandse Bachvereniging (Netherlands Bach Society), Seven Times Salt, Schola Cantorum of Boston, and Nota Bene, and can be heard on the harmonia mundi, Blue Heron, Coro, and Toccata Classics labels. Michael serves as music director of The Boston Cecilia, Convivium Musicum, and the MIT Meridian Singers. He is also an Assistant Professor at the Berklee College of Music, where he teaches courses in co…

Performance practice Page

…hilip the Fair and his father Maximilian I are documented at masses in the Netherlands, France, and Spain, as well as in German lands. We don’t know exactly what these single wind players may have played in a vocal ensemble, though, so our choices must be informed guesses. (For more on Maximilian’s choir, see my notes to our concert of June 15, 2005, at the Boston Early Music Festival.) The participation of instruments with voices in liturgical po…

Dark Horse Consort Page

…Heron (Boston), The Rose Ensemble (Minneapolis), Piffaro (Philadelphia), TENET (NYC), Spire (Kansas City), Catacoustic Consort (Cincinnati), Bach Society Houston, Bach Collegium San Diego, Bach Vespers at Holy Trinity Lutheran (NYC), Seicento Baroque (Boulder), and the Clarion Music Society (NYC). Upcoming performances include Monteverdi’s 1610 Vespers with TENET and the Green Mountain Project in Venice, Italy, and a featured concert on the Chambe…