Come, Ye Sons of Art, Away! Z. 323
-with- selected Incidental Theatre Music
April 15, 2018
Grace Episcopal Church
ADDED PERFORMANCE: April 22, 2018 TBD
The mission of the Henry Purcell Society of Boston is to present historically informed, vibrant performances of the works of Henry Purcell and his contemporaries. We foster collaborations with other arts organizations to perform the full breadth of Purcell’s compositions: the incidental theater music, operas and semi- operas (in entertaining realizations of the plays for which they were written), odes, symphony songs written for the Royal Court, sacred and secular songs for vocal solo and ensemble voice, and instrumental music. We will also educate audience members on the conventions and style of the English Baroque though our concerts, concert notes and website information.
Come Ye Sons of Art, Away! Z. 323
Abdelazer Z. 570
Selections from Purcell's Incidental Theatre Music
Jessica Cooper| Soprano MaryRuth Lown | Soprano Nicole Estima | Soprano Sarah Yanovitch | Soprano Logan Tanner | Countertenor Mary Gerbi | Alto
Charles Blandy | Tenor Jonas Budris | Tenor Dylan Elza | Tenor
Bradford Gleim | Bass Luke Scott | Bass
Ian Watson | Conductor
Orchestra: members of the Arcadia Players
General seating: $40.50 ($37.50 and $3 online ticketing fee) Student: $11.50 ($10 and $1.50 online ticketing fee) Group discount for 6+ tickets: $28 per ticket ($25 and $3 online ticketing fee)
Preferred tickets: $50
Advance purchases can be made by sending in a check to the Arcadia Players office.
Mailing address is PO Box 1563, Northampton, MA 01061. Note type of ticket and quantity, and provide a return mailing address. Tickets will be sent out upon receipt of request and fee paid. Ticket prices for advance sales are: $37.50 general seating, $25 per ticket for each member of a group (groups are 6 people or more), $10 students. For further information please call Arcadia Players office 413 586-8742."
"What passion cannot music raise and quell?"
John Dryden, 1687
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