We pleased to announce our 2019-20 season, a delectable assortment of concerts with music from the 8th to the 18th centuries, from Sequentia’s diverting and witty Charms, Riddles and Elegies to Peter Sykes’ Byways and Backwaters: German Harpsichord Music Not by Bach! Subscriptions go on sale May 15 and single tickets mid-July.
Sunday afternoon concerts at 4 p.m.
Corpus Christi Church, 529 W. 121st Street, Manhattan
October 6: ACRONYM—Cantica Nova: Discoveries from Uppsala’s Düben Manuscripts
October 27: Cappella Pratensis—Jacob Obrecht’s Missa Maria zart
November 17: Emi Ferguson with RUCKUS—Fly the Coop: Bach Sonatas and Preludes
December 22: Blue Heron—Christmas in 17th-Century Germany: Music by Michael Praetorius, Samuel Scheidt, and Others
January 19: Sequentia—Charms, Riddles and Elegies of the Medieval Northlands, 8th-11th Centuries
February 9: Stile Antico—Breaking the Habit: Music by and for Women in Renaissance Europe
February 23: Academy of Sacred Drama—The Victim of Love: An Oratorio by Gianettini
April 19: Juilliard415 with Robert Mealy—The Invention of the Orchestra: A Tale of Two Cities—Corelli’s Rome and Lully’s Paris
Thursday evening concerts at 7 p.m.
The Kosciuszko Foundation, 15 E. 65th Street, Manhattan
A Harpsichord Festival
March 5: Byron Schenkman—Scarlatti and Frescobaldi: Masters of the Italian Harpsichord
March 19: Aya Hamada—Portraits et Caractères: Pieces by d’Agincourt, Couperin, Rameau, Forqueray, and Duphly
April 2: Peter Sykes—Byways and Backwaters: German Harpsichord Music Not by Bach—Works of Mattheson, Krebs, Graupner, Böhm, Marpurg, et al.