Hans Zimmer Live! Tour 2017
Jul
23
7:00 pm19:00

Hans Zimmer Live! Tour 2017

  • Foxwoods

in concert with GRAMMY winning composer Hans Zimmer

‘Hans Zimmer Live on Tour 2017’  is a multi-layered experience for concert goers and a must-see concert event, featuring career-spanning music from Zimmer's multi-decade career.  

The concert will be in two parts: the first being some of Zimmer's classic movie scores including GLADIATOR, THE LION KING and PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN, and the second featuring re-imagined versions of some classic scores such as THE DARK KNIGHT TRILOGY and INCEPTION with special guests from the rock and pop world. 

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Hans Zimmer Live! Tour 2017
Jul
29
8:00 pm20:00

Hans Zimmer Live! Tour 2017

  • Boch Center - Wang Theater

in concert with GRAMMY winning composer Hans Zimmer

‘Hans Zimmer Live on Tour 2017’  is a multi-layered experience for concert goers and a must-see concert event, featuring career-spanning music from Zimmer's multi-decade career.  

The concert will be in two parts: the first being some of Zimmer's classic movie scores including GLADIATOR, THE LION KING and PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN, and the second featuring re-imagined versions of some classic scores such as THE DARK KNIGHT TRILOGY and INCEPTION with special guests from the rock and pop world. 

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Genesis Chamber Choir Festival
Sep
23
9:00 am09:00

Genesis Chamber Choir Festival

  • Inly School

Designed for the amateur individual choral singer, this all-day festival provides small ensemble and full chorus rehearsal and performance alongside members of the Genesis Chamber Singers and director Joseph Young. Registration includes a packet of three choral pieces for the festival, plus morning refreshments, lunch, a Genesis audio CD, and a free ticket to the 4:00pm concert. No audition is required.

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Easy as Lying
Nov
12
4:00 pm16:00

Easy as Lying

  • St. John's Episcopal Church

Soloist with Seven Times Salt

"...hear songs the Bard mentions by name; works by his talented musical contemporaries including Morley, Dowland, and Robert Johnson; English country dances; and excerpts from the plays read aloud."


Jun
20
Jun 23

{CANCELED} SoHIP 2017: 7 Hills Renaissance Wind Band - Juxtapositions

  • First Lutheran Church

UPDATE - JUNE 20, 2017 - Due to a death in the family these concerts have been canceled.

This Somerville-based ensemble explores the ways that composers took secular tunes and built sacred music around them, leading to juxtapositions that - at least to the modern mind - seem incongruous, irreverent, or strikingly resonant. The King on earth mingles with the King of Heaven, the monk's whore comes through the same window as the Holy Spirit, and the soldier readying himself for war lies alongside the Lamb of God.

Jun
10
7:00 pm19:00

The 2nd Annual Gift of Music: A Benefit Gala for Genesis

  • First Parish Cohasset

With Genesis Chamber Singers

This exciting event includes wine, refreshments, music, and a slent auction featuring a great assortment of items for bid including concert tickets to BSO-Tanglewood, Handel & Haydn Society, Blue Heron, Renaissance Men, and Genesis Chamber Singers. You can also bid on collectibles, artwork, clothing, and even Red Sox-Yankees tickets. You may even win a private performance of the Genesis Chamber Singers in your own home or office!

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May
28
5:00 pm17:00

The Road Most Traveled

  • Church of Our Savior

with Meravelha

The Road Most Traveled features music from several stops along the ancient pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela and explores the both the lighter and more ponderous aspects of the religious journey, culminating in the celebration of arrival.  The music includes Cantigas de Santa Maria, selections from the Codex Las Huelgas and Codex Calixtinus and features exotic melodies and dance-like rhythms that will get your head bobbing and toe tapping!

For more information please visit: Meravelha.com

May
27
8:00 pm20:00

The Road Most Traveled

  • Church of the Good Shepherd

with Meravelha

The Road Most Traveled features music from several stops along the ancient pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela and explores the both the lighter and more ponderous aspects of the religious journey, culminating in the celebration of arrival.  The music includes Cantigas de Santa Maria, selections from the Codex Las Huelgas and Codex Calixtinus and features exotic melodies and dance-like rhythms that will get your head bobbing and toe tapping!

For more information please visit: Meravelha.com

May
20
8:00 pm20:00

The Road Most Traveled

  • Church of the Good Shepherd

with Meravelha

The Road Most Traveled features music from several stops along the ancient pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela and explores the both the lighter and more ponderous aspects of the religious journey, culminating in the celebration of arrival.  The music includes Cantigas de Santa Maria, selections from the Codex Las Huelgas and Codex Calixtinus and features exotic melodies and dance-like rhythms that will get your head bobbing and toe tapping!

For more information please visit: Meravelha.com

Apr
11
6:30 pm18:30

Cantata Recital

  • First Church Cambridge

"...will feature some of the great Sacred music for voices and instruments, written by Lutheran/Protestant composers. Program will feature Easter text "Christ lag in Todesbanden" set to music by Hammerschmidt and J.S. Bach as its bookends, along with pieces by Ahle and Buxtehude. "

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Mar
25
8:00 pm20:00

The Fourth Doctor

  • Church of the Good Shepherd

with Meravelha

The ladies of Meravelha, in celebration of the naming of Hildegard von Bingen as a doctor of the church, perform her music and readings from her prose.  Poet, composer, mystic, theologian, medicine woman and expert cookie baker, Hildegard was a “Renaissance” woman before such a term even existed!

For more information please visit: Meravelha.com

Mar
21
7:00 pm19:00

The Fourth Doctor

  • MIT Chapel

with Meravelha

The ladies of Meravelha, in celebration of the naming of Hildegard von Bingen as a doctor of the church, perform her music and readings from her prose.  Poet, composer, mystic, theologian, medicine woman and expert cookie baker, Hildegard was a “Renaissance” woman before such a term even existed!

or more information please visit: Meravelha.com

Jan
17
6:30 pm18:30

Easy As Lying: The Music of Shakespeare's Globe

  • BPL Faneuil Branch

Soloist with Seven Times Salt

"...hear songs the Bard mentions by name; works by his talented musical contemporaries including Morley, Dowland, and Robert Johnson; English country dances; and excerpts from the plays read aloud."

Dec
14
5:30 pm17:30

A Christmas Celebration

  • MIT Chapel

Hosted by John Wuestneck, Interim Chaplain to the Institute and the Lutheran Episcopal Ministry at MIT

 

5:30 PM Scripture and Song in the MIT Chapel

6:30 PM Caroling in Lobby 7

7:15 PM Festive Dinner in W11

Dec
14
1:00 pm13:00

An Afternoon of Broadway Favorites

  • Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Lynn

An afternoon of Broadway favorites, featuring soprano Barbara Hill and tenor John Benson, accompanied on piano and organ by Declan Cook and Paul Tremblay.

The annual event is hosted by the Unitarian Universalist Women of Greater Lynn who will serve tea and refreshments following the program. The event is free and open to the public.

Nov
9
6:30 pm18:30

Easy As Lying: The Music of Shakespeare’s Globe

  • Boston Public Library, North End Branch

with Seven Times Salt

"...hear songs the Bard mentions by name; works by his talented musical contemporaries including Morley, Dowland, and Robert Johnson; English country dances; and excerpts from the plays read aloud."

 

Aug
6
12:00 pm12:00

Music from the Time of Shakespeare and Cervantes

  • St. Francis de Sale Church

with Cambridge Chamber Singers, under the direction of Brett Kostrzewski, as part of the Phoencia International Festival of the Voice

1605 saw the first performances of Shakespeare’s Othello and King Lear and the publication of Cervantes’ Don Quixote, while in music, there were new works by William Byrd, Claudio Monteverdi, and Michael Praetorius among others. The acapella Cambridge Chamber Singers, a Festival favorite, will offer a program centered around the year’s crucial advances in both dramatic and musical works.

$5, $25 – Purchase Tickets

Jun
30
8:00 pm20:00

17th-Century Music for Trombones and Voices

  • First Lutheran

with Colla Parte as part of the SoHIP 30th Anniversary Summer Concert Series

Music was an integral part of the Lutheran service long before Bach composed his timeless masterpieces. Seventeenth Century Germany had its own wellspring of inspired works of grandeur and intimacy, beauty and poignancy. This program includes works for trombone ensemble and voices by Heinrich Schutz, Samuel Scheidt, Andreas Hammerschmidt, and Bach's predecessor in Leipzig, Johann Hermann Schein.

Barbara Allen Hill, Elise Groves, & Clare McNamara (voices), Motoaki Kashino, Garrett Lahr, Liza Malamut & Bodie Pfost (trombones), & Francis Conover Fitch (organ)

Tickets: https://sohipboston.squarespace.com/tickets-venues/

Jun
29
8:00 pm20:00

17th-Century German Music for Trombones and Voices

  • The Chapel at West Parish

with Colla Parte as part of the SoHIP 30th Anniversary Summer Concert Series

Music was an integral part of the Lutheran service long before Bach composed his timeless masterpieces. Seventeenth Century Germany had its own wellspring of inspired works of grandeur and intimacy, beauty and poignancy. This program includes works for trombone ensemble and voices by Heinrich Schutz, Samuel Scheidt, Andreas Hammerschmidt, and Bach's predecessor in Leipzig, Johann Hermann Schein.

Barbara Allen Hill, Elise Groves, & Clare McNamara (voices), Motoaki Kashino, Garrett Lahr, Liza Malamut & Bodie Pfost (trombones), & Francis Conover Fitch (organ)

Tickets: https://sohipboston.squarespace.com/tickets-venues/

Jun
28
8:00 pm20:00

17th-Century German Music for Trombones and Voices

  • St. Anne's in-the-Field

with Colla Parte as part of the SoHIP 30th Anniversary Summer Concert Series

Music was an integral part of the Lutheran service long before Bach composed his timeless masterpieces. Seventeenth Century Germany had its own wellspring of inspired works of grandeur and intimacy, beauty and poignancy. This program includes works for trombone ensemble and voices by Heinrich Schutz, Samuel Scheidt, Andreas Hammerschmidt, and Bach's predecessor in Leipzig, Johann Hermann Schein.

Barbara Allen Hill, Elise Groves, & Clare McNamara (voices), Motoaki Kashino, Garrett Lahr, Liza Malamut & Bodie Pfost (trombones), & Francis Conover Fitch (organ)

Tickets: https://sohipboston.squarespace.com/tickets-venues/

Jun
23
8:00 pm20:00

Uncivil Discourse: Political Songs for Election Year

  • First Lutheran Church

with Meravelha as part of the SoHIP 30th Anniversary Summer Concert Series

The quest for political power has changed little over the centuries. Kings and Presidents, popes and senators all have their partisans, their detractors, their scandals and their victories. Long before newspapers and today's 24-hour news cycle, the propaganda machine ran on verse. These songs decry corrupt clergy and secular rulers, lament the loss of a beloved monarch, or toe the party line for whoever is footing the bill. With political polemics from across the eurozone complemented by readings from late antique and medieval writers, Uncivil Discourse provides a colorful picture of political life in the Middle Ages.


Teri Kowiak (director & voice), Karen Burciaga (bowed strings), Barbara Allen Hill (voice & recorder), Jaya Lakshminarayanan (voice & harp), Daniel Meyers (voice, winds & percussion), Ari Nieh (voice)

Tickets: https://sohipboston.squarespace.com/tickets-venues/