Quests & Miracles: Camerata's
Explore the musical melting pot of Spanish music with indigenous American cultures and African rhythms! Lively baroque guitar, maracas, tambourine and Caribbean singers complement the stately grandeur of cathedral voices, organ, and sackbuts. With the Trinity Choristers, Boston City Singers, and Les Fleurs des Caraibes.
Saturday, October 3 at 3pm
All Saints' Church,
209 Ashmont St, Dorchester Center, MA
Sunday, October 4 at 3pm
Trinity Church in
Copley Square, Boston, MA
Return of a holiday favorite! The Christmas story retold with songs, readings, and instrumental pieces from the Mediterranean basin: Spain, Italy, southern France, North Africa and the Holy Land. Music from medieval manuscripts and oral traditions revitalized, as artists from European and Middle Eastern backgrounds collaborate in joyful celebration.
Friday, December 18 at 8pm
912 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA
Saturday, December 19 at
First Parish Church,
20 High Rd, Newbury, MA
Monday, December 21 at
First Church Congregational,
11 Garden St. Cambridge, MA
A staged medieval French narrative of festivity, tournaments, and love games. By day, men joust and fight; when night falls, women converse in music and dance. Mutual desire culminates in the evening's playful celebration. A collaboration with Longy School of Music of Bard College.
Saturday, April 16
Sunday, April 17 at 7pm
Pickman Hall, Longy School of Music of Bard College, 27 Garden St. Cambridge, MA
We continuo our exploration of the vigorous folk hymnody of the young Republic, including spiritual songs, hymns, and anthems that were taught in the singing schools of colonial New England.
In this augmented production, Camerata's soloists are joined by a colonial-style instrumental consort and some of our area's finest parish choirs.
Sunday, May 22 at
Cathedral Church of St. Paul, 138 Tremont St. Boston, MA
Subscribers receive a 15% discount! 3- and 4-concert options available.