Boston Baroque: From Beethoven to Present Day -- Time Curves
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The last date listed for New Directions: Time Curves was Saturday October 19, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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As part of its New Directions chamber series, Boston Baroque presents Monologues, which includes the world premiere of Martin Pearlman's Finnegans Wake: An Operoar (Act 3), in addition to music by Handel and Bach. The first part of music director Pearlman's setting of James Joyce's Finnegans Wake premiered last year to great acclaim. Now, America's first period-instrument orchestra brings you a new act of the same work: a passage from Anna Livia's famous monologue that ends the book. Handel's Agrippina condotta a morire is a gripping soliloquy by Agrippina, the mother of the emperor Nero, and will feature soprano Julianne Gearhart. Concertmaster Christina Day Martinson follows with Bach's first sonata, a monologue for unaccompanied violin. Learn More
About the Ticket Supplier: Boston Baroque
Three-time Grammy nominee Boston Baroque, the first permanent Baroque orchestra established in North America, is now widely regarded as “one of the world’s premier period-instrument bands” (Fanfare). Founded in 1973 by Martin Pearlman, Boston Baroque presents an annual subscription concert series in Greater Boston and reaches an international audience with its critically acclaimed recordings on Telarc.