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EARLY MUSIC NEW YORK, FREDERICK RENZ - DIRECTOR
2013-14 Subscription Series 39th Season
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Notes - Sept. 23, 2013Early Notation


Venues

Cathedral of St. John the Divine -
 Amsterdam Avenue at 112th Street

Adjacent to the Columbia University campus, the Cathedral is easily reached by public transportation: Buses M4, M11, M104; Subway #1 to 110th Street & Broadway. Parking is available in nearby garages on 112th and 114th Streets.
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First Church of Christ, Scientist -
Central Park West at 68th Street

Near Lincoln Center, the First Church of Christ, Scientist faces Central Park at 68th St. and is reached via the M72, M10 and Columbus Ave. M7 & M11 bus lines; subways B & C to 72nd at Central Park West (70th St. exit) & #1 to 66th at Broadway. Parking garages are available along W. 68th and W. 66th Streets.
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For information regarding disability access 212-280-0330.


ANNOUNCING THE 4th-TRIENNIAL EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL - NYC

New York Early Music Celebration 2013: Pro Musica Polonica

Early Music Foundation
(EMF) in partnership with the Polish Cultural Institute New York (PCI) presents the 4th-triennial New York Early Music Celebration (NYEMC) “Pro Musica Polonica,” October 4-20, 2013. An EMF Service-to-the-Field project, the Celebration (festival) showcases New York's historically-informed-performance artists, ensembles and presenters. Celebration 2013 includes select Polish artists as invited guests (with travel support by the PCI) while several New York ensembles will feature Polish repertoire. The festival includes more than twenty events in two weeks, presented by Carnegie Hall, Church of the Epiphany, Church of the Transfiguration, CUNY Graduate Center, Early Music Foundation, The Kosciuszko Foundation, Miller Theatre at Columbia University, The Morgan Library & Museum, Music Before 1800, along with self-presenting artists & ensembles.
www.NYEMC.org


Our Summer Weekends at the Garden ...

Early Music New York & New York Historical Dance Company at the Garden
Our summer weekends at the New York Botanical Garden have come to a close. Everyone involved from Early Music New York (Christopher Morrongiello, Christa Patton, Dongmyung Ahn and Wayne Hankin) and New York Historical Dance Company (Dorothy Olsson, Mark Mindek and Kaspar Mainz) wishes to thank the staff and volunteers at the garden for their hospitallity in making our collaboration a memorable one. If you have never visited the garden then make it a point to check out their website (NYBG.org) and plan a day there. You will never know how beautiful the Bronx really is until you have experienced it first hand at the New York Botanical Garden.


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~ OPENING CONCERT ~
marking the Early Music Foundation 4th Triennial
New York Early Music Celebration 2013: Pro Musica Polonica
18th-century Classical Orchestra
I. POLONAISE! The Golden Age

Saturday, October 12, 2013 at 7:30 PM

Cathedral of St. John the Divine

FREDERICK RENZ will conduct the EARLY MUSIC NEW YORK (EM/NY) classical orchestra in festive polonaises, symphonies & divertimenti by Lithuanian Prince Maciej Radziwiłł, Polish composers Adam Haczewski, Jan Engel, Michał Orłowski, Michał Ogiński, and first modern performance of polonaises by Johan David Zander of Sweden.

corporate & private foundation funds for this performance
West Harlem Development Corp. of Tides Foundation
The Barbro Osher Pro Suecia Foundation
and the
Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union
West Harlem Development Corporation  The Barbro Osher Pro Suecia Foundation  Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union
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Medieval/Renaissance Chamber Ensemble
II. GOOD KING WENCESLAS:
A Bohemian Christmas


Saturday, December 14, 2013 at 7:30 PM

First Church of Christ, Scientist

All subsequent performances in December take place at
Cathedral of St. John the Divine
Sunday, December 15, 2013 at 2:00 PM
Sunday, December 22, 2013 at 2:00 PM
Wednesday, December 25, 2013 at 2:00 PM

Wednesday, December 25, 2013 at 7:30 PM


Recorded by EM/NY in association with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the repertoire on the CD "A Bohemian Christmas" serves as a point of departure for this year's holiday program. Cathedral Artist in Residence, Early Music New York will celebrate another joyous holiday season, bringing in its thirty-ninth New Year to traditionally sold-out performances in the month of December.
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Baroque Chamber Orchestra
III. EAST OF THE ELBE: Telemann's Volksmusik

Saturday, March 15, 2014 at 7:30 PM
First Church of Christ, Scientist

Frederick Renz conducts Georg Philipp Telemann suites and concerti influenced by the folk music of Eastern Europe. In 1704 Telemann received an invitation to become Kapellmeister for the court of Count Erdmann II of Promnitz at Żary, in Poland. This new position allowed him to hear and study Polish and Moravian folk music, which fascinated and inspired him.  Also on the program - Johann Sebastian Bach's "Polonaise" for flute & orchestra.
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17th-century Chamber Ensemble
IV. VOX SONAT: Echoes o'er the Alps

Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 7:30 PM

First Church of Christ, Scientist

In 1588, a collection of Italian madrigals was published with English words entitled "Musica Transalpina" to satisfy a new taste and voracious appetite of England's elite. This title could just as easily, or perhaps, more fittingly, be applied to the prodigious practice of Italian composer/musicians being called to foreign courts in Austria, Germany, Poland, England and Sweden.

Frederick Renz handpicks virtuoso singer soloists, engages its principal strings and continuo (lute, guitar, harp accompaniment) to recreate evocative 17th-century echoes from across the Alps.

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New York City Department of Cultural Affairs,

New York City Department of Cultural Affairs          New York State Council on the Arts  

and the New York State Council on the Arts

with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and

the New York State Legislature,

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