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Wednesday, May 29

Stanford University Music Department
“Music from Old Vienna” solos and trios by Hapsburg court composers and organists 1620–1740 performed by Stanford faculty Robert Huw Morgan (organ), Anthony Martin (violin), and John Dornenburg (viola da gamba).
8PM
Memorial Church Stanford University, Palo Alto.
$10/$9/$5
650-725-2787

 Friday, May 31

Barefoot Chamber Concerts
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Les Grâces
“Italianisme—Italian Fashion Week in Paris, c. 1700”

Jonathan Rhodes Lee, harpsichord; Rebekah Ahrendt, viol; Jennifer Paulino, soprano with guest Carla Moore, violin perform a program of French baroque music.
6PM
Parish Hall of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
2300 Bancroft Way, Berkeley.
$15/$13 18 and under admitted free and welcome.
Program lasts approximately 75 minutes with no intermission.
Light refreshments will be available.
www.BrownPaperTickets.com/event/366277 or www.BarefootChamberConcerts.com.

 Jarring Sounds
Dirges At Dusk: Nightscapes From The British Isles” Danielle Reutter-Harrah, mezzo-soprano, and Adam Cockerham, guitar, lute, and theorbo, perform works of Brittain, Purcell, Dowland, Lawes, and Duarte.
8PM
Novato United Methodist Church
1473 South Novato Blvd., Novato.
Free jarringsounds@gmail.com

Sonoma Bach
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“Bach Family Reunion.” Sonoma Bach Choir, Circa 1600, Live Oak Baroque Orchestra and Charles Rus, organ, perform motets by Johann Sebastian Bach and two of his many musical relatives: Johannes Bach and Johann Christoph Bach.
8PM
Saturday Afternoon Club,
430 10th St., Santa Rosa.
www.sonomabach.org

 Saturday, June 1

Mid-Peninsula Recorder Orchestra, Frederic Palmer, Director
Spring 13Concert including an antiphonal canzona by Giovanni Gabrieli, a rondeau by Dufay, Impressions Around G by Bay Area composer Nancy Bloomer Deussen, a motet by Praetorius and the Concerto Op. 6, No. 2 by Corelli.
2PM
Trinity Presbyterian Church
1106 Alameda de las Pulgas, San Carlos.
Free
http://mpro-online.org/ or 650-591-3648

Sonoma Bach repeats program of May 31.
“Bach Family Reunion.” Sonoma Bach Choir, Circa 1600, Live Oak Baroque Orchestra and Charles Rus, organ, perform motets by Johann Sebastian Bach and two of his many musical relatives: Johannes Bach and Johann Christoph Bach.
United Church of Christ
825 Middlefield Rd. Petaluma.
www.sonomabach.org

Vinaccesi Ensemble
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“Voices of Venice” Nanette McGuinness, soprano; Kindra Scharich, mezzo-soprano; Jonathan Smucker, tenor; Kirk Eichelberger, bass; Adam Cockerham, archlute; Hallie Pridham, baroque cello/gamba; and Susie Fong, harpsichord, celebrate the release of their new CD on Centaur Records, with a performance of baroque music by Claudio Monteverdi, Barbara Strozzi, Antonio Vivaldi, Alessandro Scarlatti, Salamone Rossi Hebreo, and Benedetto Vinaccesi.
8PM
Trinity Chapel
2320 Dana St. (at Durant), Berkeley
$15/$10
510-549-3864 www.trinitychamberconcerts.com

WAVE (Women’s Antique Vocal Ensemble), Cindy Beitmen, Director
WAVE F2012Renaissance and baroque music by composers associated with the great court of Dresden, including works of Hans Leo Hassler, Michael Praetorius, Heinrich Schütz, Johann Schein, Antonio Lotti, Niccola Porpora, and Johann Adolph Hasse. These concerts will be the first to feature the newly-installed Paul Fritts organ at St. Albert Priory. The Opus 36 organ, unique to the Bay area, is modeled after the early Northern Germany/Dutch style baroque tracker organs with 2 manuals, 22 stops, and more than 800 pipes of tin and lead alloys housed in a solid oak casing.
8PM
St. Albert Priory Chapel
6172 Chabot Road, Oakland
$20/$15
www.wavewomen.org, wavewomen@netzero.net, 510-730-2068

Sunday, June 2

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“Italianisme—Italian Fashion Week in Paris, c. 1700”

Jonathan Rhodes Lee, harpsichord; Rebekah Ahrendt, viol; Jennifer Paulino, soprano with guest Carla Moore, violin perform a program of French baroque music.
4PM
Old First Concerts
1751 Sacramento Street, San Francisco
Tickets $17/$14
For information and tickets call 415-474-1608, or
http://www.oldfirstconcerts.org/performances/529/

Vinaccesi Ensemble repeats program of June 1.
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3:30PM
Creative Arts Series
Resurrection Parish
303 Stony Point Road at Third Street (northwest corner), Santa Rosa.
$15 707-824-5611, www.CreativeArtsSeries.com, BethZucchino@aol.com

WAVE F2012WAVE (Women’s Antique Vocal Ensemble), Cindy Beitmen, Director  repeats program of June 1.
Renaissance and baroque music by composers associated with the great court of Dresden, including works of Hans Leo Hassler, Michael Praetorius, Heinrich Schütz, Johann Schein, Antonio Lotti, Niccola Porpora, and Johann Adolph Hasse. These concerts will be the first to feature the newly-installed Paul Fritts organ at St. Albert Priory. The Opus 36 organ, unique to the Bay area, is modeled after the early Northern Germany/Dutch style baroque tracker organs with 2 manuals, 22 stops, and more than 800 pipes of tin and lead alloys housed in a solid oak casing.
4PM
St. Albert Priory Chapel
6172 Chabot Road, Oakland
$20/$15
www.wavewomen.org, wavewomen@netzero.net, 510-730-2068

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