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2009-2010 Season

Blue Heron

directed by Scott Metcalfe

Music from the Peterhouse Partbooks: Sacred works by Hugh Aston, Nicholas Ludford, Robert Fayrfax, and others

October 16 • St. Paul Church, Cambridge

Emma Kirkby, soprano

Jakob Lindberg, lute

Music and Sweet Poetrie:

Orpheus in England- Music of Dowland and Purcell

October 23 • First Church in Cambridge, Congregational

Boston Early Music Festival Chamber Opera Series

Acis and Galatea by George Frideric Handel

Paul O'Dette and Stephen Stubbs, Musical Directors

Gilbert Blin, Stage Director

Anna Watkins, Costume Designer

November 28 • New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall

Sequentia

directed by Benjamin Bagby

The Rheingold Curse: A Germanic Saga of Greed and Revenge from the Medieval Icelandic Edda

January 30 • Sanders Theatre at Harvard University

February 2 • The Morgan Library & Museum in New York City

Vittorio Ghielmi, viola da gamba

Luca Pianca, lute

The Golden Age of the Viola da Gamba and the Lute

February 25 • The Morgan Library & Museum in New York City

February 26 • First Church in Cambridge, Congregational

Les Folies Françoises

directed by Benjamin Bagby, violin

Great Parisian Masters Under Louis XV:

Music of Leclair, Barrière, and Royer

March 19 • First Church in Cambridge, Congregational

March 23 • The Morgan Library & Museum in New York City

The Tallis Scholars

directed by Peter Phillips

Franco-Flemish Masters of the Renaissance: Music of Compère, Mouton, Gombert, and Josquin

March 27 • St. Paul Church, Cambridge

Hespèrion XXI, La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Al Darwish,

Montserrat Figueras, soprano

directed by Jordi Savall, viola da gamba

Jerusalem: A city of two pieces

May 5 • Sanders Theatre at Harvard University