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Cinco De Mayo Concert At St. John’s Episcopal

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Virtuoso guitarist and composer Gil Gutierrez, was discovered by the bandleader Doc Severinson as he played guitar in a restaurant in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.  He went on to record with Severinson and is known for his many performances with the trumpet player/band leader. 

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A Conversation With Tamar Muskal

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Writing music in a variety of styles comes naturally to Israeli-American composer Tamar Muskal. Her oeuvre ranges from dense symphonic works to documentary film scores to digital and more popular forms.
“Every medium touches on a different part of my brain,” Muskal says. Muskal will bring her musical gifts to our region and reflect on them this coming Sunday as part of Close Encounters With Music’s “Conversations With…” series, billed as “intimate and stimulating afternoons on music and ideas.”

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American Brass Quartet To Perform April 13

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Close Encounters With Music Presents ‘Troika À La Russe’

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Ukrainian-born pianist Inna Faliks and cellist Yehuda Hanani will present a program rich in Russian lore, Slavic emotionalism, Soviet-era sarcasm, and dazzling virtuosity: they will perform the cello/piano sonatas by Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev, and Scriabin’s Sonata No. 5. In the Close Encounters With Music tradition, each performance is followed by an AFTERGLOW reception, with hors d’oeuvres and wine provided by local restaurants.

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Morales Will Perform at The Hotchkiss School

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A perennial favorite, Cuban-born Spanish pianist Leonel Morales returns to The Hotchkiss School for a concert with The Hotchkiss Orchestra on Saturday, Feb. 23, at 7 p.m.

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Crescendo Performs Music by Women

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What better time to present music written by and for women? Christine Gevert and Crescendo will do it this coming weekend in a pair of concerts focusing on the soprano voice.
“Concerto delle Donne—Consort of Ladies,” features the early Baroque music of Luzzasco Luzzaschi, court composer to the Duke of Ferrara in late 16th-century Italy. At the time, the Duke had in his court three female sopranos—the eponymous “Consort of Ladies”—whom he supported as professional singers. They were likely the first such ensemble in Western history.

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Haydn Seek: Humor In The Works Of Papa Haydn

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Close Encounters With Music will present Three Haydn string quartets, in an evening of ambiguous beginnings and fake-out endings; mismatched dialogues between instruments, misunderstandings, musical pratfalls and pretend memory lapses. Featuring musicians Yehuda Hanani, Dov Scheindlin, Hagai Shaham, and Xiao-Dong Wang. Saint James Place, 352 Main St. Great Barrington, Mass.,  Saturday, Feb. 23, 6 p.m.,for tickets: 800-843-0778 or www.cewm.org.

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Christmas Angelicus, Holiday Schedule

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Christmas Angelicus, Holiday Schedule 
Dec. 14, 7:30 p.m., St. Michael’s Church, 25 South St. Litchfield, Conn.
Dec. 15, 4 p.m., Collinsville Congregational Church, Collinsville, Conn.
Dec. 16, 4 p.m., Salisbury Congregational Church, 30 Main St., Salisbury, Conn. 
 
Dec. 21, 7:30 p.m.,  St. Patrick - St. Anthony Church, 285 Church St., Hartford, Conn. 
Dec. 22, 4 p.m., Trinity Episcopal Church, 220 Prospect St., Torrington, Conn. 

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Darlingside at Infinity Hall

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The indie band Darlingside will be at Norfolk’s Infinity Hall on Dec.6; doors open at 7 p.m. For tickets go to www.infinityhall.com. Coined by NPR Music as “poetic” and “evocative of feeling,”  Darlingside makes smart music, filled with lyrical depth and various instruments ranging from alto flute to the mandocello. With its’ genre-defying mix of traditional folk, indie rock, chamber pop, and Americana, the concert promises to be a unique experience. 

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Perkins’ Music At Crescendo Concerts This Weekend

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A beautiful trumpet solo introduces the Kyrie from Simon Perkins’ “New England Requiem.” 
Those notes are both immediately familiar — the sound of wide spaces associated with American composers like Copland — and something new. Woodwinds join in with tighter spacing, mixing in seconds and thirds, adding complexity and pain. Soon comes the chorus, first echoing the trumpet entrance, then breaking out in rich chords. The placid, comforting mood of this mass for the dead remains dominant.

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