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Second Annual Houston Early Music Festival

Houston Early Music Festival

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Ars Lyrica Houston, Bach Society Houston, Houston Early Music and Mercury – The Orchestra Redefined will host the second annual Houston Early Music Festival (HEMF) from February 8-16, 2014 at venues across the city. The festival will feature four main-stage performances, two ancillary performances and four lectures.   Continue reading

March 28: Trio Sonnerie (Monica Huggett, Dir.) presented by Houston Early Music

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Houston Early Music

presenting the world’s finest period ensembles and soloists … bringing to life music from the Middle Ages through the Renaissance to the Baroque and Classical periods. Experience with us early music played on original instruments, by musicians reviving performances of the past.


Houston Early Music presents

Mon., Mar. 28, 2011

TRIO SONNERIE, Monica Huggett, Dir.

The Harmony of Nations

7:30PM, Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church
6221 Main Street (77030)

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Trio Sonnerie featured at Houston Early Music March performance

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HOUSTON EARLY MUSIC

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Trio Sonnerie featured at Houston Early Music March performance

HOUSTON, TX – February 2, 2011 – Trio Sonnerie will be featured at the next Houston Early Music concert on Monday, March 28, 2011. Entitled The Harmony of Nations, the performance will be held at 7:30 p.m. at Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church, 6221 Main Street, Houston, TX 77030. Continue reading

Program: TRIO SONNERIE

Mon., Mar. 28, 2011

TRIO SONNERIE, Monica Huggett, Dir.
The Harmony of Nations

7:30PM, Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church
6221 Main Street (77030)

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HARMONY OF NATIONS

Trio Sonnerie

Monica Huggett, baroque violin

Emilia Benjamin, viola da gamba

James johnstone, harpsichord

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Next Concert: TRIO SONNERIE, Monica Huggett, Dir., Mon., Mar. 28, 2011

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Houston Early Music

presenting the world’s finest period ensembles and soloists … bringing to life music from the Middle Ages through the Renaissance to the Baroque and Classical periods. Experience with us early music played on original instruments, by musicians reviving performances of the past.


Houston Early Music presents

Mon., Mar. 28, 2011

TRIO SONNERIE, Monica Huggett, Dir.

The Harmony of Nations

7:30PM, Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church
6221 Main Street (77030)

See Program Continue reading

TRIO SONNERIE, Monica Huggett, Dir.

Mon., Mar. 28, 2011

TRIO SONNERIE, Monica Huggett, Dir.

The Harmony of Nations

7:30PM, Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church
6221 Main Street (77030)

Trio Sonnerie, Monica Huggett’s longest running and smallest group, comes from the UK to present the choicest pick of Europe’s chamber music from the Baroque period. Biber’s astonishing “Mystery Sonatas” for virtuoso violin contrast with exquisitely refined French music for viola da gamba and sprightly tunes from Jacobean England. Of course, the Harmony of Nations wouldn’t be complete without JS Bach, here represented by a magnificent sonata for violin and harpsichord. Continue reading

Review: Early-music concert dazzles

By CHARLES WARD

Oct. 4, 2010, 12:10PM

The Route to the New World: Spain to Mexico, the joint season-opening program of Da Camera and Houston Early Music, brimmed with news and dazzling entertainment.

Chron.com – Houston Chronicle