Boston Camerata and Longy tell ‘The Night’s Tale’
Steven Ledbetter writes in today’s BMI:
“…its return last weekend was especially welcome.”
The Boston Musical Intelligencer has just published a wonderful article on the recent performances, which were dedicated to the memory of Tom Zajac, a member of the original, 2007 European production of this show.
And here’s another “user review” of the Utrecht event, from another of the Festival’s feautured soloists. Thanks, Catalina Vicens!
“These two power women and outstanding musicians left us (the audience) speechless after their concert of English medieval music and poetry at the Utrecht Early Music Festival. The combination of simplicity, intensity, variety and eloquence made us think that the Muses were there to share their timeless beauty. Something to look up to. Thank you Anne Azéma and Shira Kammen!”
Many thanks to Professor Michael Cuthbert, whose research and contributions to the programs were invaluable.
Read what MIT’s The Tech had to say about our two concerts.
With our MIT residency complete, the Camerata prepares for The Sacred Bridge, a fantastic interfaith celebration of music and readings from various scriptures. You won’t want to miss this program in its newest incarnation.
…of the award-winning documentary film, “A Chair Fit For An Angel,” this Wednesday evening, January 21, in Boca Raton! Please come by, enjoy the film, and meet Anne Azéma and Joel Cohen, who will be talking about their work with the Shakers and Shaker music.
Read Arthur Jaffe’s review.
It’s by François Camper, who says he came out of retirement in order to write this lovely, touching appreciation of Camerata and of Anne Azéma. Our thanks to him, and we hope to enjoy his presence at many concerts to come!
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Sing We Noel: Christmas from England and Early America with the Boston Camerata conducted by Joel Cohen
“When I was in college I wanted to audition for the Boston Camerata. Dream on. I’ve loved their work since I was 12. This was recorded in the 70s. In those days I lived in a basement apartment in Boston. Three pilots from Air Nigeria lived across the hall. One of their ideas of a party was blasting track 1 of this CD day and night. I loved it. I never complained.”