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Bach Goes Greek

Our 2019/20 season finale brings the full ensemble to the stage with six outstanding singers, for an evening of Bach cantatas with characters drawn from Greek mythology. Bach and his librettist turned the legendary competition between Phoebus (Apollo) and Pan into a lively singing contest, and so does Ars Lyrica. Tara Faircloth directs Bach’s comic…

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Goya's World

The turbulent environment of Spanish artist Francisco Goya takes center stage in a multi-media program featuring lively instrumental and vocal works by Francisco Courcelle, Fernando Sor, Vicente Garviso, plus one of Luigi Boccherini’s beloved guitar quintets, all accompanied by projections of Goya’s artwork. “Goya’s World: Reflexión y Revolución” is curated and guest directed by Ars…

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Venetian Carnival

On New Year’s Eve in 2019, Ars Lyrica celebrates the legacy of Antonio Vivaldi and his Venetian predecessors with a program of virtuosic concertos for flute and equally flamboyant works for one, two, and three solo violins. Our festive “Venetian Carnival” evening begins with a three-course dinner and concludes with a lively post-concert party with…

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Handel In Love

Amorous duets, arias, and instrumental works mix freely on this tribute to the Baroque ear’s finest musical dramatist. A truly cosmopolitan figure, George Frederic Handel combined a sturdy German musical heritage with sophisticated Italian training, in works that remain emblematic of his adopted English home.

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'I Am Tango' by Tango Lovers

Copa Airlines presents directly from Argentina & Uruguay an unforgettable experience. With an ensemble of 24 world-­renowned, dancers and musicians I Am Tango by Tango Lovers, multiple times awarded “Best Show of the Year” and “Best International Production,” I Am Tango by Tango Lovers presents a distinctive tango experience by staging its artistic evolution over time.…

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Dancing at the Palais

Our season opener features a full Baroque orchestra of strings and winds plus the New York Baroque Dance Company, in a program of instrumental suites from two vibrantly colorful French Baroque operas, both first seen at the Palais-Royal in Paris. Period choreography and period instruments recreate a refined artform that was de rigueur throughout Europe…

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