PARTHENIA is Lawrence Lipnik, Rosamund Morley, Beverly Au, and Lisa Terry
THE FLAMING FIRE Royal Music from the Tudor and Stuart Courts Sunday, November 4, 2012 at 4 pm
AS IT FELL ON A HOLIE EVE Music for an Elizabethan Christmas Thursday, December 27, 2012 at 7:30 pm
SONGS FOR A PARISIAN SPRING Voices and Viols in Renaissance France Sunday, May 5, 2013 at 4 pm See below for complete info on each concert
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THE FLAMING FIRE Royal Music from the Tudor and Stuart Courts
PARTHENIA with Ryland Angel, countertenor Dongsok Shin, virginal
Sunday, November 4 at 4 pm Corpus Christi Church 529 West 121st Street, NYC
16th and 17th c. Scottish and English music by Parsons, Byrd, Tye, Tallis, Lauder, Peebles, and a new arrangement by Richard Einhorn of the Scottish folk tune “Lament of Mary Queen of Scots.”
A sparkling array of songs, dances and carols from Elizabethan England. Along with music by Thomas Morley, Anthony Holborne, Thomas Ravenscroft, Dr. John Bull and Tobias Hume, this concert features a wide variety of music by the celebrated master composer of England's Golden Age, William Byrd.
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The Comrie Flambeaux - an ancient Scottish fire festival that takes place annually in a small village on the edge of the Highlands
A special fundraising concert THE FLAMING FIRE Royal Music from 16th and 17th century Tudor and Stuart Courts
PARTHENIA with Ryland Angel, countertenor and Dongsok Shin, virginal
Tuesday, January 15 at 8 pm The Church of Saint Luke in the Fields 487 Hudson Street at Grove Street Manhattan
Suggested Donation at the door: $25 Funds raised will go to the American Red Cross for New York metropolitan-area storm relief.
Music from Mary’s Scotland will include composers James Lauder, Robert Johnson, John Angus, David Peebles and Robert Parsons. Elizabeth’s England selections will include music of John Bennet, Alfonso Ferrabosco, Renaldo Paradiso, Thomas Tallis, Christpher Tye and William Byrd. The program will also feature a new arrangement by Richard Einhorn of the Scottish folk tune Lament of Mary Queen of Scots.
SONGS FOR A PARISIAN SPRING Voices and Viols in Renaissance France
PARTHENIA and BLUE HERON Scott Metcalfe, director and violin with Emily Walhout, viol and Hank Heijink, lute
Five Boroughs Music Festival Sunday, May 5 at 4 pm The Church of Saint Luke in the Fields 487 Hudson Street at Grove Street, NYC
Glorious psalm settings by LeJeune and Sweelinck performed by a remarkable ensemble of seven voices, five viols, violin and lute, along with secular chansons by Goudimel and Pevernage and instrumental fantasies, divisions and dances.
Tickets ~ $40/$25/$10 Under 18 free Order here or call 646-504-0545
WOMEN’S WORK FESTIVAL Parthenia performs new music by women composers With guests Dashon Burton, baritone, and Kristin Norderval, soprano
Works by Kristin Norderval, Frances White, Eleonor Sandresky, Beth Anderson, and a world premier by Tawnie Olson.
Tuesday, April 2, 2013 at 7:30 PM Steve and Marie Sgouros Theatre of The Players Theatre 115 MacDougal Street Manhattan
PARTHENIA IN NEW MEXICO When Music & Sweet Poetry Agree
Friday, April 12 at 7:30 pm St. John's College 1160 Camino Cruz Blanca Santa Fe, NM Website (505) 981-6000
Sunday, April 14 at 3 pm St. John's Cathedral 318 Silver Avenue Southwest Albuquerque, NM 87103 Website (505) 247-1581
In April 2013, Parthenia brings its distinctive viol consort sound to Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico, with guest artists actor Paul Hecht and mezzo-soprano Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek, in “When Music & Sweet Poetry Agree,” Parthenia's popular program interweaving music and poetry from the time of Shakespeare and John Donne.
In the Elizabethan world, poetry and music were inseparable: poetry was conceived as song and music took its forms and phrasing from poetry. In this critically acclaimed Parthenia program, dramatic readings of the poetry of Shakespeare and Donne are interspersed with instrumental and vocal musical vignettes, featuring consort songs for voice and viols in a beautifully distinct musical form credited to the great Elizabethan composer William Byrd.
Parthenia's concert season is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Parthenia is a sponsored organization of Artspire, a program of the New York Foundation for the Arts, and is a member of Early Music America and Chamber Music America.