CARRIE CHERONTOUR

Sunday
February 17
1:30 pm
Boston, MAThe City of Women - Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
25 Evans Way
Readings by Helga Davis On Lucretia, written and performed by Oompa World Premiere Gardner Museum Commission Barbara Strozzi, "Che si puņ fare" Courtney Bryan, "Yet Unheard" Gloria Coates, "Illumination" from Transitions Kate Whitley, "Speak Out" Kim Baryluk, "Warrior" Helga Davis, the Gardner's second Visiting Curator for Performing Arts, collaborates with Abrams Curator of Music George Steel on a program that tells the stories of women, from Lucretia to Sandra Bland, whose lives and deaths have inspired action against tyranny. The music is paired with readings from Christine de Pizan (1364-1430), Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz (1648-1695), Oompa, and others. This program is being created in response to Botticelli's companion paintings depicting the stories of Lucretia and Virginia. The pair forms a part of the Museum's special exhibition, Botticelli: Heroines + Heroes, which opens on February 14.
Friday
March 8
8:00 pm
Boston, MABoston Baroque - Jephtha
30 Gainsborough St
Handel's Jephtha
Sunday
March 10
3:00 pm
Boston, MABoston Baroque - Jephtha
30 Gainsborough St
Handel's Jephtha
Thursday
April 4
7:00 pm
Fitchburg, MASkylark Ensemble "Masterpiece"
Fitchburg State University
 
Friday
April 5
7:00 pm
Gloucester, MASkylark Ensemble "Masterpiece"
Gloucester Meetinghouse 10 Church St
 
Sunday
April 7
4:00 pm
Washington, DCSkylark Ensemble "Masterpiece"
St John's Episcopal Church Georgetown Parish 3240 O St, NW
 
Friday
April 26
7:30pm
Boston, MABoston Baroque - L'incoronazione di Poppea
30 Gainsborough St
Performing the roles of Amore and Valletto
Sunday
April 28
3:00pm
Boston, MABoston Baroque - L'incoronazione di Poppea
30 Gainsborough St
Performing the roles of Amore and Valletto.
Sunday
May 5
10:00 am
Boston, MAEmmanuel Music
15 Newbury Street
Bach Cantata BWV 28, soloist