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On November 13, 2022 at 4 pm, GMChorale will present a unique pairing of baroque and contemporary music with Antonio Vivaldi's “Gloria,” composed c.1716 in Venice, performed alongside Martin Sedek's “The Four Seasons: A Cantata,” composed in 2015 in the United States. The latter is set to sonnets, translated into English by the composer, which Vivaldi originally wrote to accompany his instrumental work: “The Four Seasons.” Audiences will be delighted to hear the baroque and contemporary styles in conversation and juxtaposed against one another for a uniquely GMChorale musical event. The concert will be held at the Santo Fragilio Performing Arts Center at Middletown High School, 200 La Rosa Lane, Middletown CT, 06457. Tickets are available at <a href="https://www.gmchorale.org/event" target="_blank">(link)</a>. Masks will be required for those 12 years and older. Additional COVID information for audiences can be found at <a href="https://www.gmchorale.org/covid" target="_blank">(link)</a>.

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Santo Fragilio Performing Arts Center at Middletown High School
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Contact: info@gmchorale.org
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The story of Orpheus told with music of Monteverdi and Jacopo Peri. We have included a beautiful area by Barbara Strozzi, some music by Isabella Leonarda, Arbeau, Elizabeth Jaquet de la Guerre and Dowland. The musicians are Kathleen McDougald, harpsichord, Ishmael Stefanov, violin, Nouri Newman, woodwinds, Carol Lewis, viel da gamba, Caitlin Laird, and Bruce Larkin

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St Peter's Episcopal church

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The story of Orpheus told with music of Monteverdi and Jacopo Peri. We have included a beautiful area by Barbara Strozzi, some music by Isabella Leonarda, Arbeau, Elizabeth Jaquet de la Guerre and Dowland. The musicians are Kathleen McDougald, harpsichord, Ishmael Stefanov, violin, Nouri Newman, woodwinds, Carol Lewis, viel da gamba, Caitlin Laird, and Bruce Larkin

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St Peter's Episcopal church

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The story of Orpheus told with music of Monteverdi and Jacopo Peri. We have included a beautiful area by Barbara Strozzi, some music by Isabella Leonarda, Arbeau, Elizabeth Jaquet de la Guerre and Dowland. The musicians are Kathleen McDougald, harpsichord, Ishmael Stefanov, violin, Nouri Newman, woodwinds, Carol Lewis, viel da gamba, Caitlin Laird, and Bruce Larkin

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St Peter's Episcopal church

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The story of Orpheus told with music of Monteverdi and Jacopo Peri. We have included a beautiful area by Barbara Strozzi, some music by Isabella Leonarda, Arbeau, Elizabeth Jaquet de la Guerre and Dowland. The musicians are Kathleen McDougald, harpsichord, Ishmael Stefanov, violin, Nouri Newman, woodwinds, Carol Lewis, viel da gamba, Caitlin Laird, and Bruce Larkin

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St Peter's Episcopal church

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The story of Orpheus told with music of Monteverdi and Jacopo Peri. We have included a beautiful area by Barbara Strozzi, some music by Isabella Leonarda, Arbeau, Elizabeth Jaquet de la Guerre and Dowland. The musicians are Kathleen McDougald, harpsichord, Ishmael Stefanov, violin, Nouri Newman, woodwinds, Carol Lewis, viel da gamba, Caitlin Laird, and Bruce Larkin

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St Peter's Episcopal church

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NOTICE: Due to an organ malfunction this concert has been moved to St. James's Church, 1018 Farmington Ave., West Hartford, and is not available online. The Pipes Alive! series opens with organist Alan Murchie on Sunday, November 6, 2022, at 12:30pm.

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St. James's Episcopal Church

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Four instruments by Jeremy Adams illuminate each other under the spell of KEVIN BIRCH. The clavichord takes a rare stand, contrasting its nuances with the bolder thrills of the King of Instruments. Repertoire shows itself in more than one century's iteration. It is a one-of-a-kind listening feast in the resounding acoustic of this historic (1728) building.

Works by Frescobaldi, Froberger, Storici, Paumann, Byrd, Bach, Cooman
Annisquam Village Church

Contact: Kathleen Adams jkadams967@gmail.com
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The story of Orpheus told with music of Monteverdi and Jacopo Peri. We have included a beautiful area by Barbara Strozzi, some music by Isabella Leonarda, Arbeau, Elizabeth Jaquet de la Guerre and Dowland. The musicians are Kathleen McDougald, harpsichord, Ishmael Stefanov, violin, Nouri Newman, woodwinds, Carol Lewis, viel da gamba, Caitlin Laird, and Bruce Larkin

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St Peter's Episcopal church

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The story of Orpheus told with music of Monteverdi and Jacopo Peri. We have included a beautiful area by Barbara Strozzi, some music by Isabella Leonarda, Arbeau, Elizabeth Jaquet de la Guerre and Dowland. The musicians are Kathleen McDougald, harpsichord, Ishmael Stefanov, violin, Nouri Newman, woodwinds, Carol Lewis, viel da gamba, Caitlin Laird, and Bruce Larkin

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St Peter's Episcopal church

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The story of Orpheus told with music of Monteverdi and Jacopo Peri. We have included a beautiful area by Barbara Strozzi, some music by Isabella Leonarda, Arbeau, Elizabeth Jaquet de la Guerre and Dowland. The musicians are Kathleen McDougald, harpsichord, Ishmael Stefanov, violin, Nouri Newman, woodwinds, Carol Lewis, viel da gamba, Caitlin Laird, and Bruce Larkin

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St Peter's Episcopal church

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The story of Orpheus told with music of Monteverdi and Jacopo Peri. We have included a beautiful area by Barbara Strozzi, some music by Isabella Leonarda, Arbeau, Elizabeth Jaquet de la Guerre and Dowland. The musicians are Kathleen McDougald, harpsichord, Ishmael Stefanov, violin, Nouri Newman, woodwinds, Carol Lewis, viel da gamba, Caitlin Laird, and Bruce Larkin

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St Peter's Episcopal church

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The story of Orpheus told with music of Monteverdi and Jacopo Peri. We have included a beautiful area by Barbara Strozzi, some music by Isabella Leonarda, Arbeau, Elizabeth Jaquet de la Guerre and Dowland. The musicians are Kathleen McDougald, harpsichord, Ishmael Stefanov, violin, Nouri Newman, woodwinds, Carol Lewis, viel da gamba, Caitlin Laird, and Bruce Larkin

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St Peter's Episcopal church

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Richard Kelley, trumpet & Richard J. Clark, organ • FEARFULLY and WONDERFULLY MADE • CD release concert • Clark plays the 1875 101-rank 1875 E & GG Hook & Hastings Organ, Opus 801. FREE | Donations gratefully accepted BOSTON – Defying category and convention, famed Boston trumpeter Richard Kelley and Cathedral choirmaster, organist, and composer Richard J. Clark explore the depths of human frailty, struggle, and dignity in their second album Fearfully and Wonderfully Made. The album coincides with the print publication from WLP | GIA Publications of the title track Fearfully and Wonderfully Made, a four-movement meditation on Psalm 139. The album also includes one of the final compositions of iconic New England composer Daniel Pinkham: Scenes. Written for Richard Kelley and in the final months of his life, Pinkham explores the abyss, mourning, and transcendence. DEFYING ALL CONVENTION the album concludes with a BONUS TRACK featuring Richard Kelley on vocals in Clark’s category bending setting of poet E. Ethelbert Miller’s If My Blackness Turns to Fruit. Miller’s poem, featured on NPR’s Morning Edition in 2019, has been compared to Abel Meeropol’s Strange Fruit made famous by Billie Holiday. Clark’s setting of Miller’s evocative, yet hope-filled words is a classical art song in its bones but a traditional jazz ballad in its flesh. The recordings were digitally mastered by double-platinum-winning producer Paul Umba...

Works by CLARK, Hovhannes, Stölzel, Miller
Cathedral of the Holy Cross

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Nigel Potts performs the third of four Cesar Franck Complete Organ Masterworks concerts, celebrating the composer's bicentenary. The concert follows Choral Evensong at 5pm sung by the Redeemer Choir and directed by Nigel Potts. Schoenstein Organ. All are welcome.

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Church of the Redeemer Concert Series

Contact: music@redeemerchestnuthill.org
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Music of protest, critique, and proclamation from the medieval to the Magnificat, with works by James MacMillan, Trevor Weston, and Zoltán Kodály, plus an encore performance of Shruthi Rajasekar's Nevertheless, commissioned by Seraphim in 2019. With organ.

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First Church in Cambridge
Tickets purchased in advance are $22/$17
Contact: 617/312-8328, info@seraphimsingers.org
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Amelie Held, a virtuoso from Germany currently pursuing post-graduate studies at the Juilliard School in New York, will give an organ recital on the Smith and Gilbert organ at St. Cecilia Parish, Boston, MA.

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St. Cecilia Parish

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Half-hour noontime recital

Works by Berveiller, Saint-Saens, James, Lemmens
Trinity Church, Copley Square

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Andrew Sheranian performs the fourth and final Cesar Franck Complete Organ Masterworks concerts, celebrating the composer's bicentenary. The concert follows Choral Evensong for the Feast of St. Cecilia at 5pm (Howells in G and "A Hymn for St. Cecilia" by Howells), sung by the Redeemer Choir, directed by Nigel Potts and accompanied by Andrew Sheranian. Schoenstein Organ. All are welcome.

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Church of the Redeemer Concert Series

Contact: music@redeemerchestnuthill.org
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<a href="https://www.stmichaels1714.org/music" target="_blank">(link)</a>

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St. Michael's Episcopal Church
$50 for season subscription (5 concerts)
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ROSALIND MOHNSEN has performed in such venues as Merrill Auditorium in Portland, Maine, Woolsey Hall at Yale University, The National Shrine in Washington, D.C., Holy Cross Cathedral in Boston, and St. Thomas Church in New York City. She has performed for Boston’s First Night, A.G.O. Chapters in Richmond, Lincoln and Pasadena, twenty-three national conventions of the Organ Historical Society, the 2014 A.G.O. National Convention in Boston, and in Riga, Latvia and Stockholm, Sweden. She has been a pianist in the BSO Symphony Café. She served as Interim Organist and Director at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston and was the recipient of the 2018 Distinguished Service Award from the Organ Historical Society. A native of Nebraska, she received the Bachelor of Music in Education degree in piano from the University of Nebraska and the Master of Music degree and Performer’s Certificate in organ from Indiana University. Her organ studies were with Myron J. Roberts, Conrad Morgan, Robert Rayfield, and Jean Langlais. She is Director of Music and Organist at Immaculate Conception Church of Malden/Medford, Massachusetts and was formerly on the faculty of Westmar College, LeMars, Iowa.

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St. Mary, St. Catherine Parish

Contact: John Anthony Volpe- Javolpay@gmail.com
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The Assabet Valley Mastersingers will present Celebrate Peace, a collection of four pieces of work entitled Dona Nobis Pacem from four different settings on Sunday, November 20, 2022 at 3:30pm in the Robert R. Jay Performing Center at St. John’s High School, 378 Main Street, Shrewsbury, MA. Dr. Robert P. Eaton, Founder and Artistic Director, will conduct soloists Soprano Mary Johnston Letellier and Baritone Philip Lima , along with the orchestra and ensemble, featuring composers Southard, Vask, and Vaughn Williams

Works by Southard, Vask, Vaugh Williams
R. R. Jay Performing Arts Center at Saint John's High School
www.AVMsingers.org
Contact: (link)
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Olav Chris Henriksen, lute & cittern, and Matthew Wrisht, lute & bandora, play music by Johnson, Robinson, Dowland, Lawes & others, including ballad tunes, fantasies, court dances, theater tunes, and tunes in the style of bellringing.

Works by Thomas Robinson, John Johnson, Francis Cutting, Phillip Rosseter, Anthony Holborne, John Dowland, William Lawes
Somerville Museum

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See Methuen Memorial Music Hall decked out in its holiday finery, partake of light refreshments, purchase a chance to win one or more gift baskets in our raffle, and enjoy music provided by The Fidelio Society of Phillips Academy under the direction of Abbey Siegfried. What a lovely way to start or further your holiday entertainment.

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Methuen Memorial Music Hall

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Organist Ray Cornils and trumpeters Robinson Pyle and Greg Gettel combine for an evening of thrilling and inspirational holiday music. Bask in the Hall's festive decorations, join in the audience carol sing, and take a chance on our holiday raffle baskets. RESERVED SEATING ONLY available at mmmh.brownpapertickets.com

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Methuen Memorial Music Hall
$5 for children 12 and under
Contact: (link)
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The Pipes Alive! series continues with organist Susan Carroll playing the St. John’s organ on Sunday, December 4, 2022, at 12:30pm.

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St. John's Episcopal Church

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Organist Ray Cornils and trumpeters Robinson Pyle and Greg Gettel combine for an afternoon of thrilling and inspirational holiday music. Bask in the Hall's festive decorations, join in the audience carol sing, and take a chance on our holiday raffle baskets. RESERVED SEATING ONLY available online at mmmh.brownpapertickets.com

Works by Bach to Fey and everything in between
Methuen Memorial Music Hall
5 for children 12 and under
Contact: (link)
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One of the most distinguished and versatile keyboard artists performing today, Peter Sykes is on the music faculties of both Boston University and the Juilliard School of Music in New York City. He will offer music by Sweelinck, Byrd, Peter Philips, Buxtehude, and Handel, playing his own 2005 Allan Winkler harpsichord that is patterned after a 1719 Carl Fleischer original from Hamburg.

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Parish of the Epiphany

Contact: jbruns@3crowns.org
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Traditional service of Advent Lessons and Carols followed by the Holy Eucharist. Adult Choir, guest singers, trumpet, clarinet, organ, and piano. Music focuses on selections by contemporary women composers. All are welcome to attend. James R. Barry, Minister of Music.

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St James' Episcopal Church

Contact: Church office at info@stjamesgl.org
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A“must” to center your soul during the Advent season! In the tradition of King’s College, Cambridge, prepare your soul for the Christmas miracle with carols for choir and organ. This event is a long-standing tradition at St. John’s – arrive early to get a good seat. Sunday, December 11 at 3:00pm. The St. John’s Adult Choir and Choir School; Scott Lamlein, choirmaster; Floyd Higgins, organist.

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St. John's Episcopal Church

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The acclaimed Choir of Saint Paul's presents "Christmas in Harvard Square" on Sunday, December 11, 3 pm and Sunday, December 18, 3pm at St. Paul’s Parish, 29 Mount Auburn Street, Harvard Square, Cambridge. The performance is conducted by Saint Paul’s Choir School (SPCS) Director of Music and Choirmaster James Kennerley. The Choir of Saint Paul’s is renowned for its audible beauty and passionate performances. The concert also features audience sing-alongs, accompanied by the virtuosic Back Bay Brass ensemble, together with percussion and the majestic Saint Paul’s pipe organ. A cameo appearance by the youngest choristers of the choir delight in a beloved arrangement of “Silent Night”, originated by SPCS Founder Theodore Marier.

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St. Paul's Church, Harvard Square

Contact: kclark@stpaulparish.org
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The Sarah Hanahan Jazz Quartet presents "A Jazz Christmas" on Sunday, Dec. 11 from 10:30-11:50 AM at Center Church in downtown Hartford. This is free and open to all. Free Sunday street Parking and free parking in the Travelers Plaza Garage next to the Hartford Club on Prospect Street. centerchurchhartford.org

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Center Church 675 Main Street Hartford CT 06103

Contact: Robert Gilbert 860-966-3920
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The Sarah Hanahan Jazz Quartet presents "A Jazz Christmas" on Sunday, Dec. 11 from 10:30-11:50 AM at Center Church in downtown Hartford. This is free and open to all. Free Sunday street Parking and free parking in the Travelers Plaza Garage next to the Hartford Club on Prospect Street. centerchurchhartford.org

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Center Church 675 Main Street Hartford CT 06103

Contact: Robert Gilbert 860-966-3920
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COME! SING! LISTEN! A joyful opportunity to participate in singing MESSIAH with the Assabet Valley Mastersingers will take place on Sunday, December 11, 2022 at 3:30pm. The Christmas portion of Handel’s oratorio in addition to the “Hallelujah Chorus” will be sung at First Church in Marlborough Congregational, 37 High St., Marlborough, MA 01752. Dr. Robert Eaton, Founder and Artistic Director of the Assabet Valley Mastersingers will direct soloists Kelly Hollis, Soprano, Vanessa Moya-,Mezzo Soprano, Francesco Logozzo, Tenor, Thomas Valle-Hoag, Baritone, the chorus and audience with organ accompaniment by Brett Maguire. A limited number of scores will be available to share if participants do not have their own, Admission is $10.00

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First Church of Marlborough, Congregational

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Sunday, December 11, 3:30 p.m. In-Person & Livestreamed Come Celebrate the Light and Hope of the season! Embark on a journey with the Angels, shepherds, Holy Family - even the star! - thru the music of Langlais, Buxtehude, and Dupré. The concert will be performed by Sharon Rose Pfeiffer, Artist-in-Residence, on the newly completed St. Cecilia organ at the Church of the Transfiguration, Rock Harbor, Orleans.

Works by Langlais, Buxtehude, Dupre
Church of the Transfiguration
Free for Students and 18 & under
Contact: 508-240-2400
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Annual Messiah Sing at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, 138 Tremont Street, Boston (across from Park Street Station). Scores Provided. Free will donation. With organist Fred MacArthur and Cathedral Music Director Louise Mundinger. Solos by the Cathedral Schola. Elizabeth Ayres-Kerr, Laura Thomas, Alexandra Henderson, Leo Balkovetz and Jameson Wells. Tree-trimming afterward in the Cathedral lobby. <a href="https://www.stpaulboston.org/new-events/messiah2022" target="_blank">(link)</a>

Works by Messiah by Georg Friedrich Handel (1685-1756)
Cathedral Church of St. Paul

Contact: lmundinger@diomass.org
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The annual Wakefield "Messiah" Sing presented by the First Parish Congregational Church with chamber orchestra, harpsichord, organ, and professional soloists; the audience is invited to sing the Part I choruses and the "Hallelujah Chorus" (scores are provided if needed) or just listen; free-will offering, a reception follows

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First Parish Congregational Church

Contact: Don Hodgkins (donhodg@aol.com)
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Our next concert in the Organ Sounds series will feature clarinetist Alexander Kollias and organist Natasha Ulyanovsky. Join us for “Holiday Spectacular” with works by Bach, Bozza, Guilmant, Franck, Weinberg, Nichifor, Khachaturian and Bizet. The concert will be both in person and virtual. It is free and open to the public.

Works by Bach, Bozza, Guilmant, Franck, Weinberg, Nichifor, Khachaturian, Bizet
Congregation Beth Israel

Contact: bethisrael@cbict.org
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Advent is not a countdown to Christmas, but rather a season of waiting. Come with us as we move from waiting for the birth of Jesus to welcoming it. The event begins with the singing of "O Come, O Come Emmanuel" paired with new "O" antiphons written by poet Carole-Jean Smith with chants adapted from Hildegard. Then the play "The Young Shepherds' Tale" will burst on the scene with the appearance of a "lost", cheeky lamb trying to outsmart the shepherds. We will hear from shepherds and angels all while singing carols to propel the Christmas story forward.

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Cathedral Church of St. Paul

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A joyful celebration of the season and Seraphim's annual winter wear clothing drive to benefit the homeless and those living on the margins. Hear spirited and sublime Christmas music and participate in a carol sing with the Seraphs. The program includes early works by Byrd, Sweelinck, and Praetorius; beautiful music by Walton, Leighton, Betinis, Cutter, and Harris; rollicking settings of Deck the Halls and Behold That Star; and Ukrainian and Swedish carols. The Sunday concert will be streamed.

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Church of Our Saviour
Advance ticket prices are less.
Contact: darylbichel@aol.com
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A holiday favorite, this service of scripture and music centers on the mystery of the Incarnation. Sung by the Parish Choir and Choristers, this service also features the Triton Brass Quintet.

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Parish of the Epiphany

Contact: jbruns@3crowns.org
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Guest organist, Eric Anderson, will delight to audience with seasonal music featuring works by Mendelssohn, Balbastre, Sullivan, Saint-Saens as well as an original piece "Froliche Weinachten Vom Himmel" (Merry Christmas from Heaven) by Mr. Anderson. This Christmas program has been specifically chosen to highlight the beauty and range of the Hook and Hastings Organ (Opus 937) 1879. Eric Anderson, whose organ study was under Robert Love, with improvisation master classes under Messr. Naji Hakim, Basilique du Sacre-Coeur, Paris, is Director of Music and Organist at Visitation Parish, Manchester by the Sea and St. John the Baptist in Essex, Associate Organist at St. Joseph Cathedral in Manchester, NH, and Staff Organist and Consultant for the Pelland Pipe Organ Company of Derry, NH. He is an active member of the AGO and the Organ Historical Society among other organizations.

Works by Felis Mendelssohn,Claude Balbastre, Eric Anderson, Sir Arthur Sullivan, Camille Saint-Saens
St. John the Baptist Church

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Guest organist, Eric Anderson, will delight the audience with seasonal music featuring works by Mendelssohn, Balbastre, Sullivan, Saint-Saens as well as an original piece "Froliche Weinachten Vom Himmel" (Merry Christmas from Heaven) by Mr. Anderson. This Christmas program has been specifically chosen to highlight the beauty and range of the Hook and Hastings Organ (Opus 937) 1879. Eric Anderson, whose organ study was under Robert Love, with improvisation master classes under Messr. Naji Hakim, Basilique du Sacre-Coeur, Paris, is Director of Music and Organist at Visitation Parish, Manchester by the Sea and St. John the Baptist in Essex, Associate Organist at St. Joseph Cathedral in Manchester, NH, and Staff Organist and Consultant for the Pelland Pipe Organ Company of Derry, NH. He is an active member of the AGO and the Organ Historical Society among other organizations.

Works by Felis Mendelssohn,Claude Balbastre, Eric Anderson, Sir Arthur Sullivan, Camille Saint-Saens
St. John the Baptist Church

Contact: 978 531-0002
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A joyful celebration of the season and Seraphim's annual winter wear clothing drive to benefit the homeless and those living on the margins. Hear spirited and sublime Christmas music and participate in a carol sing with the Seraphs. The program includes early works by Byrd, Sweelinck, and Praetorius; beautiful music by Walton, Leighton, Betinis, Cutter, and Harris; rollicking settings of Deck the Halls and Behold That Star; and Ukrainian and Swedish carols.

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First Church in Cambridge
Advance ticket prices are less.
Contact: darylbichel@aol.com
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Gail Archer will perform works by Ukrainian composers. In case of a snow emergency, concert may be postponed to Sunday, January 22 at 5:00pm. For more details, please visit our website: <a href="https://www.stmichaels1714.org/music" target="_blank">(link)</a>

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St. Michael's Episcopal Church
$50 for season subscription (5 concerts)
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The ancient and beautiful service of Choral Evensong is presented on the fourth Sunday of selected months at St. John’s. Join us on January 22 at 5:00pm for this time of music and worship. Sung by The Anglican Singers; Simon Holt, choirmaster.

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St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: concerts@reddoormusic.org
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The Pipes Alive! series continues with organist Manuel Piazza playing the St. John’s organ on Sunday, February 5, 2023, at 12:30pm.

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St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: concerts@reddoormusic.org
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Join us on Friday, February 10 at 7:30pm, in the marvelous acoustics of St. John’s Church, for an evening of incredible jazz with the inimitable Nat Reeves. This is always a sell-out event by Hartford’s top bassist, who has made a strong impact on the world of jazz through education and performance.

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St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: concerts@reddoormusic.org
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Join us on Friday, February 10 at 7:30pm, in the marvelous acoustics of St. John’s Church, for an evening of incredible jazz with the inimitable Nat Reeves. This is always a sell-out event by Hartford’s top bassist, who has made a strong impact on the world of jazz through education and performance.

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St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: concerts@reddoormusic.org
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For details, please visit our website: <a href="https://www.stmichaels1714.org/music" target="_blank">(link)</a> In case of a snow emergency, this concert may be postponed to Sunday, March 26 at 5:00pm.

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St. Michael's Episcopal Church
$50 for season subscription (5 concerts)
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The ancient and beautiful service of Choral Evensong is presented on the fourth Sunday of selected months at St. John’s. Join us on March 26 at 5:00pm for this time of music and worship. Sung by the St. John’s Choir School; Scott Lamlein, organist/choirmaster.

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St. John's Episcopal Church

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The Pipes Alive! series continues with our own Scott Lamlein playing the St. John’s organ on Sunday, April 2, 2023, at 12:30pm.

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St. John's Church

Contact: concerts@reddoormusic.org
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On Friday, April 21, 2023, at 7:30pm, we are excited to welcome the Grammy-award-winning Catalyst String Quartet. The New York Times writes: “…the Catalyst Quartet is beautiful to watch, like a family in live conversation at the dinner table.”

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St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: concerts@reddoormusic.org
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The ancient and beautiful service of Choral Evensong is presented on the fourth Sunday of selected months at St. John’s. Join us on April 23 at 5:00pm for this time of music and worship. Sung by the St. John’s Schola; Scott Lamlein, organist/choirmaster.

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St. John's Episcopal Church

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The Pipes Alive! series continues with organist Alexander Straus-Fausto playing the St. John’s organ on Sunday, May 7, 2023, at 12:30pm.

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St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: concerts@reddoormusic.org
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Raymond Hawkins will premiere his newly composed work for organ and narrator based on the myth of Theseus and the Minotaur. For more info, please visit our website: <a href="https://www.stmichaels1714.org/music" target="_blank">(link)</a>

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St. Michael's Episcopal Church
$50 for season subscription (5 concerts)
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The Pipes Alive! series concludes with artist-in-residence Christa Rakich playing the St. John’s organ on Sunday, June 4, 2023, at 12:30pm.

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St. John's Episcopal Church

Contact: concerts@reddoormusic.org
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