Friday, July 25, 2014
NYEMS
  2007-2008 Season  
Special Concert

The New York Early Music Series has revived in honor of the 2007 New York Early Music Celebration!

Saturday, November 3, 2007 at 8:00 p.m.

CHITARRINA
"Voix de ville"

Amy Bartram, soprano
Annalisa Ewald, baroque guitar and cittern
Jocelyn Nelson, renaissance guitar

St. Luke’s Lutheran Church (Lounge)
308 West 46th St. (at 8th Ave.)
Admission: $15/$10 students, seniors, members of early music organizations

Chitarrina will present chansons, canzonettas, and early monody with intricate guitar accompaniment. The program features songs from the 16th century by Le Roy and Arcadelt, and from the Bottegari lute book. The concert will be held in the charming and intimate salon-like setting of the Lounge at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church.

Located on the south side of 46th St. between 8th and 9th Avenues, St. Luke’s is within easy walking distance of 42nd Street/Times Square on the N, W, R, Q, 1, 2, 3, A, C, E and S subway trains and the Port Authority Bus Terminal. Enter at the parish office door for access to the Lounge, which is on the second floor. Handicapped access is available.


Watch this space for information on upcoming concerts in Spring 2008...

    
  The New York Early Music Series  

Directors: Kamran Bayegan and Tony Elitcher
Advisor: Patrick O'Brien

 

The New York Early Music Series started in 1995 as a few informal concerts. It has gradually evolved into an ongoing series, the aim of which is to provide a showcase for performers in the New York Early Music community, whether they be seasoned and renowned or up-and-coming. While we have had the honor of presenting such luminaries as Andrew Lawrence-King, lutenist Robert Barto, and Drew Minter and Pat O'Brien, we are equally proud of all those concerts which presented the talents of New York's next generation of musicians, too numerous to list. The recent affiliation of NYEMS with the New York Continuo Collective has provided us with new resources and talents that will continue to ensure the high quality of our offerings.

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