BEMF Fringe 2011: Angelique Zuluaga, Soprano

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June
2011

Angelique Zuluaga

The 2011 Boston Early Music Festival is underway!

I’m in Boston this week to perform on the BEMF Fringe, an extensive series of self-promoted concerts that add a measure of richness to an already stunning line-up of main stage performances, masterclasses, and exhibition.

On Monday, June 13, I will be accompanying soprano Angelique Zuluaga in a program (see below) of Baroque works (with violinist Allison Edberg).

The performance takes place at the Goethe-Institut, 4pm. Admission is FREE. (Click here for directions.)

[The rest of the week you can find me wandering around Boston going from event to event, mostly of the fringe variety. I will also be at the festival exhibition sitting with Laury Gutierrez at the La Donna Musicale table.]

Program:

Disfrazado de pastor vaja el Amor (J. Hidalgo)
Aunque contra mi indignado from Acis y Galatea (A. Literes)
El pícaro de cupido (S. Durón)

Sonata in F major, op. 5, no. 10 (A. Corelli) Mvts. 1 & 2

Cantata Venus & Adonis (G.F. Handel)

Chacona from Flores de Música (A. Martin y Coll)

Motet Nascente Maria (B. Strozzi)

Three Songs from the Gresham Autograph (H. Purcell)
Now the night is chac’d away
Thus to a ripe, consenting maid
I love and I must

Sonata in F major, op. 5, no. 10 (Corelli) Mvts. 3, 4, & 5

Amore traditore (N. Fago)

Singet dem Herrn ein neues lied (D. Buxtehude)

Learn more: Angelique Zuluaga website

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