Tagged with: CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI

Here are all our programs tagged with "CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI".

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Pomerium: Mannerist Motets & Musical Games

Program: #19-40, Air Date: 09/23/19

Alexander Blachly returns to share the latest recordings from his superb vocal ensemble.

Stephen Cleobury and the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge

Program: #19-22, Air Date: 05/20/19

The longest-serving conductor of this world-famous ensemble looks back on his work, and the service King's College has done for early music.

NOTE: All of the music on this program is features the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge and our guest Stephen Cleobury. For more information: http://www.kings.cam.ac.uk/choir/index.html

Tudor Choral

Program: #19-18, Air Date: 04/22/19

A Belgian ensemble sings Browne and Ashwell, the new Are Nova release celebrates Taverner and Fayrfax, and an American group gives us Elizabethan sacred and secular.

The 17th Century Voice

Program: #19-17, Air Date: 04/15/19

Three views on the early Baroque, with music of Barbara Strozzi, a world-premiere recordings of counter-tenor arias, and the Grammy-award-winning Apollo’s Fire recording, “Songs of Orpheus."

Monteverdi and The Sixteen, continued

Program: #18-37, Air Date: 09/03/18

The extraordinary series of recordings of Monteverdi conducted by Harry Christophers continues with the second CD of material from the posthumous 1650 collection that includes the Mass for 4 Voices.

Italian Roots of the Baroque, vocal edition

Program: #18-35, Air Date: 08/16/18

A Sacred oratorio by Luigi Rossi, a world premiere of a Plague Mass by Orazio Benevoli, and the earliest use of the violin (with voice!).

Three from Ricercar

Program: #17-48, Air Date: 11/18/17

Since it’s founding in 1980, this label has celebrated early music; this week: Tinctoris, a Mary Magdalene oratorio, and the role of the hurdy-gurdy in the French baroque.

Christmas Stocking Stuffers

Program: #00-48, Air Date: 11/20/00

--Our annual review of new recordings for the season.

Flanders Festival II

Program: #00-24, Air Date: 06/03/00

NOTE: The music on this program is from the 1999
Flanders International Music Festival, from the Early
Music Series in Bruges.
The program, "A Mass in Venice c. 1620" features the
chorus and orchestra of the Capella Ducale, Venice,
directed by Livio Picotti.
For information on the Flanders Festival, for travel to
Flanders, and for cultural events, you may contact the
Belgian Tourist Office at www.visitbelgium.com.

Music from Austria, Part I

Program: #00-01, Air Date: 01/01/00

NOTE: ALL of the music on this program comes from music festivals in Austria, and are made possible in part by a grant from the Austrian National Tourist Office with additional support from Austrian Airlines. For more information on music festivals,
cultural events, and travel to Austria, you may contact the tourist office in New York at (212) 944-6880, or vists the web site: www.anto.com