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Rumors & Hearsay: Did you hear about the sore loser who fled England after losing a competition? Or the the keyboard player whose stubbornness nearly killed him? PHOENIXtail is naming names and crossing strings in this gossip-filled concert of Handel, Biber, Leclair, Finger, and Matteis, as part of the Boston Early Music Festival Fringe Festival.Thursday, June 13, 2013, 2:30-3:30pm. Gordon Chapel at Old South Church, 645 Boylston St., Boston (map).
We're presenting a preview of this concert as part of the Midtown Concerts series on Thursday, May 16, 2013, at 1:15pm, at The Chapel at St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church (325 Park Avenue at East 51st Street). Hope to see you there!
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|“A Mediterranean Cruise”: On Thursday, March 21 at 8pm, we sailed away to the DiMenna Center in an informal, hour-long concert presented by Music Before 1800 in their new series, MB1800 Hell's Kitchen at the DiMenna Center. Enjoy our voyage to Europe's 18th-century musical meccas, Italy and France, with a complimentary glass of wine. Music of Couperin, Leclair, Corelli, Brescianello, and Sammartini.|
|In Long Island, we performed a program of Couperin, Leclair, Corelli, Brescianello, Sammartini, Mancini, Duphly, and Vivald on Thursday March 14, 2012, at 7:30pm in beautiful St. Mark's Church in Islip (754 Montauk Highway, Islip, New York).|
|Our New York premiere as an ensemble was at Christ and St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church on Thursday, January 19, 2012 at 8pm, with music of Couperin, Handel, Telemann, Fontana, and Merula. Click here for the concert's program.|
|Our second concert was on Sunday, May 13, 2012 at 3pm—music by Purcell, Matteis, Handel, Corelli, Geminiani, Babell, Avison, and Boyce—at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. Special thanks to Holy Trinity’s cantor, Rick Erickson, for hosting us. Click here to read the concert program.|
We really enjoyed performing on Sunday, October 7 at 4pm at Grace Church, Newark! Grace's music director, Joseph Arndt, planned a fantastic post-concert reception to celebrate the English music on the program, where we got to meet the audience and chat about the music.