A tribute to the darling buds of May and one of Christopher Marlowe’s (d/b/a Shakespeare) finest sonnets, No. 18.
Some of our recent programs:
A brief foray into the arcana of the period and then a full array of music of the holidays and the sun.
Richness of sound that defies a tally, with one chilling standout, the oldest Irish poem to come down to us through the ages, The Mystery.
A Middle Eastern musician visits Leipzig to hear the music of Herr Bach in the early 1700s, a poem by Emily Jane Brontë from the early 1800s, winding up with music of the present.
A one-hour retreat into alpha waves with a look back at the viola da gamba.
Gratitude, especially for those very most basic things. “Because all that can be taken away in a second.”
An hour of music and interesting tidbits on our iconic symbol of November, Canada geese.
(Image used with kind permission of artist Jim Harrison. firstname.lastname@example.org)
The promise and the progress of La Belle Epoch at the dawn of the 20th Century. And the evil that killed it.
Songs and a brief introduction to The Master and his music, Leonard Cohen on the anniversary of his passing, November 7.
From Simone Kermes to Patsy Cline, and the truth of an illusion.
A wide range of artists and their music for an autumn day.