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EARLY MUSIC NEW YORK - Frederick Renz, Director
~ Spring Events 2013 ~

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The Artists - (3/16)

Dann Coakwell – tenor
Laura Heimes – soprano
Sherezade Panthaki – soprano
Paul Shipper – bass & guitar
David Vanderwal – tenor

Dongmyung Ahn – violin
David Bakamjian – cello
Aaron Brown – violin

Christa Patton - harp
Jason Prisettheorbo
Charles Weaver
– theorbo

and the “Dark Horse Consort”:
Greg Ingles – alto/tenor trombone
Mack Ramsey – bass trombone
Erik Schmalz – tenor trombone

New York Philharmonic
presents this week -
The Bach Variations:
A Philharmonic Festival


Wed, Mar 6, 7:30pm
Thu, Mar 7, 7:30pm
Fri, Mar 8, 8:00pm
Sat, Mar 9, 8:00pm
NY Phil Bach Festival Banner
Masaaki Suzuki conductor/ harpsichord
Bach Collegium Japan
Yale Schola Cantorum
Sherezade Panthaki soprano
Joélle Harvey soprano
Iestyn Davies countertenor
Nicholas Phan tenor
Tyler Duncan baritone
Motet No. 1: Singet dem Herrn
& Mendelssohn’s Magnificat
in D major & Christus
For tickets call 212 875 5656
or visit

Early Music New York and the New York Philharmonic are ‘Media Partners’ for these performances

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EMF's concert series is made possible in part with public funds from the
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs


New York State Council on the Arts,

with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature,

and the generosity of EMF's Friends of Early Music.

Baroque  Chamber Ensemble


Mediterranean Meditations

from Giuseppe Cesari's St Francis Consoled by an Angel

Madrigals & Monody of the Early Italian & Spanish Baroque

Saturday, March 16 at 8 PM  

First Church of Christ, Scientist

Central Park West at 68th St.

Maestro Renz programs pivotal early baroque works by Claudio Monteverdi along with his Neapolitan & Spanish counterparts, Gaspar Sanz, Cristoforo Caresana and others – festive instrumental canzonas, expressive madrigals and dramatic monody, both mundane & moralistic – with EM/NY’s choice ensemble of mixed voices, strings and the tromboni of “Dark Horse Consort,” early brass ensemble.

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Classical Chamber Orchestra


London's Musical Bridge

Goupy's The Charming Brute - caricature of JF Handel

The Enlightened English

Saturday, May 4 at 8 PM

First Church of Christ, Scientist
Central Park West at 68th St.

EARLY MUSIC NEW YORK’s Orchestra of Original Instruments performs repertoire of England’s 18th-century greats side by side with imported German counterparts – suites of John Avison & George Frederick Handel; select overtures by William Boyce & John Christian Bach; sinfonias by Thomas Arne & noted astronomer / discoverer of the planet Uranus, Frederick William Herschel.


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  • The Pair of concerts - reserved seating: $75
  • Single reserved seating: $40
  • Student Rush (w/ current ID) at the door: $20
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Box office: 212-280-0330
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Volunteers Welcome -

Interested parties wishing to assist at these upcoming EM/NY events -  ushering in our new venue and attending performances gratis -  please contact Aaron Smith at 212-749-6600 or via our website contact page ...

The Venue -

Introducing a new, "best kept secret," Lincoln Square performance venue...

First Church of Christ, Scientist
FCCS - Photograph by Elliot Kaufman - Renovation by Sydness Architects     FCCS interior - Photograph by Elliot Kaufman - Renovation by Sydness Architects   
     Central Park West at 68th St.
     New York, NY 10023

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 CPW (70th St. exit) & #1 to 66th at Bdwy. Parking garages are available along W. 68th St.

For information regarding disability access 212-280-0330

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