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    Chansons de printemps

    Presented by at First Church in Cambridge, Congregational

    May 4, 2013


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    Chansons de printemps

    Songs for spring from 16th-century France and nearby, with music by Le Jeune, Sermisy, Jannequin,Sweelinck & others, with the viol consort Parthenia (New York)

    Free pre-concert talk at 7:15 by Peter Urquhart (University of New Hampshire)


    First Church in Cambridge, Congregational

    11 Garden Street
    Cambridge, MA 02138

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    Admission Info:

    $50 Sect A (reserved premium seating
    $40 Sect B (reserved seating)
    $30 Sect C (general seating)
    $25 Seniors (general seating)
    $10 Student/Low Income (general seating)
    FREE Under 18 (general seating)


    General Day and Time Info:

    Doors will open at 7 pm, pre-concert talk will begin at 7:15.


    phone: 617-960-7956


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    Media Reviews

    • Event Name: Chansons de printemps
      Article: Springtime in Europe, from an inspired pairing
      Boston Globe - May 06, 2013
      By Jeffrey Gantz

      "What makes Blue Heron and Parthenia ... such good partners is the value both outfits place on clarity and expressiveness. Whether it’s a tapestry...
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      "What makes Blue Heron and Parthenia ... such good partners is the value both outfits place on clarity and expressiveness. Whether it’s a tapestry of voices or instruments, every thread is palpable. But there’s nothing abstract about their performances, which ebb and flow with human feeling."
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