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  • September 6, 2018 - Lyracle
    Voice and Viol: History's Forgotten Dynamic Duo The rich traditions of accompanying a solo voice with a single viol in sixteenth and seventeenth-century Italy and England have been overshadowed in modern practice by accompanying the voice with plucked instruments. This program showcases this forg...

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September 6 - Lyracle

September 16 - Vivaldi Project

September 20 - Kristina Giles

September 27 - Rebecca Pechefsky

October 4 - The Western Wind

October 11 - Ryland Angel & Richard Erickson

October 18 - New Amsterdam Consort

October 25 - Bud Roach

November 1 - Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble

November 8 - Rumore Terribile

November 15 - Canzonetta Duo

November 29 - House of Time

December 6 - Nell Snaidas + Daphna Mor and friends

December 18 - Karen Marmer & Dongsok Shin 

December 20 - duoSeraphim

December 27 - Salisbury Four

January 3 - Eurasia Consort

January 10 - BALAM Dance Theatre

January 17 - John Mark Rozendaal and Adam Young

January 24 - ALBA Consort

January 31 - Vivi Cantando

February 7 - Tina Chancey

February 14 - KHORIKOS

February 21 - Tableau Vivant

February 28 - Anima

March 7 - Broadside

March 14 - Pomerium

March 21 - Jessica Park & Friends

March 28 - Concordian Dawn

April 4 - Daniel S. Lee

April 11 - Douglas Lundeen

April 18 - ARTEK

April 25 - Marginalia

May 2 - Arnie Tanimoto and Gwendolyn Toth

May 9 - Trobár

May 16 - Abendmusik

May 23 - Mango

May 30 - Twa Corbies

June 6 - Empire Viols

June 13 - Satono Norizuki & Patricia-Ann Neely

June 20 - Concentus

June 27 - Voyage Sonique

Midtown Concerts sponsors lunchtime performances of music of the 18th century and earlier for anyone seeking a respite from the midtown hustle and bustle. Ensembles are chosen by a panel of early-music specialists from the metropolitan area.

Location:
The Chapel at St. Bartholomew's Church
50th St. and Park Avenue

Time: 1:15 - 2:00 pm
All concerts are free; no tickets or reservations are necessary.