Arts Calendar: Music
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Music and dance interact in an intimate, unexpected ways in two great artists’ collaboration on the Goldberg Variations. Dinnerstein is internationally acclaimed for her interpretation of Bach’s elegant masterpiece, while Tanowitz is known for dance that is distinctly modern, infused with ballet and a playful spirit. In this work, Dinnerstein performs at a concert grand at center stage, around which Tanowitz’s dancers—as if conjured by the music—execute fresh, intricate movement revealing the rich emotional world of Bach’s studies.
1/11/19 8:00pm - 1/12/19 11:59pm
Hopkins Center for the Arts, 4 East Wheelock Street, Hanover, NH, Outside Vermont
Scrag Mountain Music rings in the New Year with a concert of heartwarming early music. “Joy, Pleasure, and Sweet Nourishment: A Concert of Early Music” welcomes celebrated interpreters of early music for a performance of works by Jean-Baptiste Barrière, John Dowland, John Eccles, George Frideric Handel, Guillaume de Machaut, Henry Purcell, and a piece that invokes the spirit of early music by the young New York City-based Canadian composer Matthew Ricketts. Performers include: Mary Bonhag (soprano), Evan Premo (double bass / viola da gamba), Priscilla Herreid (oboe / recorders), Paul Holmes Morton (theorbo / lute / baroque guitar), and Michael Unterman (cello).
1/11/19 7:30pm - 1/13/19 6:00pm
Shelburne, Montpelier & Warren, Statewide