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An Historic(al) Collaboration

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Sunday Streets

Berkeley Street Closures on Sunday, June 3 Please be aware that the first Sunday of the Festival, several main streets in the areas south and west of the University campus will be closed to vehicular traffic. Specifically, Shattuck Ave. from Rose to Channing, Durant Ave. from Shattuck to Bowditch, and Telegraph Ave. from Bancroft to Dwight will be closed to parking as […]

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Practical Tips for the Berkeley Festival

narrative analysis essay example Randy Matamoros, member of the SFEMS Board of Directors and Berkeley Festival Advisory Committee, has prepared a couple of useful guides to help Festival-goers plan their experience for maximum enjoyment. The first is a downloadable planning grid, featuring the dates, times, and venues of all BFX events. The second, below, is an introductory set of […]

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Lost Songs

see One of the main themes of the upcoming Berkeley Festival is reexamining the nature and meaning of “early music.” Some of the most fascinating happenings the Festival will be presentations of music from the extremes of the historical spectrum. Much attention already has been devoted to the application of historical performance practices to music of […]

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follow url The Indispensable Guide to a Remarkable Week When you arrive at the Festival, one of the first things to do is pick up a copy of the 2018 BERKELEY FESTIVAL & EXHIBITION READER. This beautiful and comprehensive guidebook offers you—all in one place—everything you need to know to get maximum enjoyment from our week-long musical […]
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Unsung Voices

thesis feminism literature In 1991, Concerto Amabile with soprano Nancy Zylstra gave a concert on the SFEMS series titled “Unsung Heroines,” a program of music by women: Barbara Strozzi, Isabella Leonarda, Maddalena Lombardini, Ana Bon, and Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de la Guerre. At that time, almost 30 years ago, these composers were, if not exactly “unsung,” at least not […]
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Beyond the Baroque

click Redefining, Reimagining, Reinventing Early Music Over the last two generations, the historical performance movement has given the world both a vast and growing body of rediscovered masterworks and whole new ways of understanding and hearing the music of past eras. We have reinvented early music in our reconstructions of lost technologies and performance practices. We […]
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Debussy as Early Music: The Piano and the Pianist in the Early Twentieth Century

samacharpatra essay topics Berkeley Festival Event, Sponsored by the Westfield Center for Historical Keyboard Studies by Nicholas Mathew There was a time, not so long ago, when “early music” meant sackbuts and shawms: the lusty hey-nonny-nonnying of Alfred Deller, the austere anti-romantic stylings of Paul Hindemith and his followers, the twang of Wanda Landowska’s massive Pleyel harpsichords, and […]

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Reimagining, Reinventing, Redefining Early Music           This summer —at the 15th biennial Berkeley Festival and Exhibition— we invite you to celebrate with us as we delve into the history of our art, sampling the great wealth and power of our musical heritage. Over a period of 8 days we will present world-class performances of works from […]
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