English Renaissance early music and music from Shakespeare's plays. Cincinnati, Ohio The Noyse Merchants Present a Sephardic journey in Ladino google-site-verification: googlee7163857c459a185.
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Renaissance Music in Cincinnati The Shakespeare Band
The Shakespeare Band is an early music ensemble Based in Cincinnati that combines both historical texts with music in programs that give depth and understanding to historical women figures in Renaissance England.
Ladies of Macbeth- Plans and prophecies
October 22nd, 2018 at the Cincinnati Mennonite Fellowship 4229 Brownway ave, Oakley 8pm
Freewill offering of 2.00 to 20.00 or more is Gladly accepted and needed to create more awesome programing.
The Shakespeare Band explores the music of early Scotland through the context of the women's roles in Shakespeare's Macbeth. This Hauntingly beautiful and and magical music combined with texts from the play, transport us to the inner-world of lady Macbeth and the witches . 45- 60 minutes Actor- Suzanne Fleming Smith Soprano -Jackie Stevens lute and Renaissance Guitar- Rod Stucky lute, Renaissance guitar and early flute- Tina Gutierrez Hurdy Gurdy - Larry Brown
Greensleeves: The Story of Anne Boleyn
The expanded program on Friday March 16th at Calvary Episcopal Church
3766 Clifton ave. Cincinnati, Ohio 45220 7:00 free but donation requested for charity
*A fundraiser for Gabriel’s Place, an education center all about fresh food, cooking, and planting!
The Shakespeare Band Presents The Story of Anne Bolyne through letters, verse and song.
February 6th, 12 noon.
Anne Boleyn was the second wife of Henry VIII and the mother of Elizabeth I. Henry's desire to divorce his first wife and marry Anne helped bring about the English Reformation. She was the first English queen to be publicly executed. Please Join us in the Chapel to hear intimate music and recitations of verse and letters directly related to Anne's life. This lunchtime concert is free. You may bring a lunch to enjoy during the performance or purchase one there for only 5.00. Christ church Cathedral 318 East fourthst, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Talk-Performance: Cincy Shakes Costumer,
Elizabethan Lute/Tenor Thursday August 17th 2017 at Wash Park Art 1215 Elm St, Cincinnati 45202 6pm-7pm Mood and ‘tude: Spellcasting in Theatre, Art and Music
AMANDA McGEE (costume designer for Cincy Shakes season/new theater premiere Midsummer Night’s Dream), TINA GUTIERREZ (Elizabethan lutenist and exhibiting photographer), and RYAN CONNELLY (Tenor vocalist) will discuss and demonstrate how their craft creates a milieu—setting a mood that inspires a desired attitude in their art and audience. Amanda will explain the intent, choices and development of her costume designs. Tina and Ryan will spellbind us with a few musical selections from Shakespeare’s time.
Bring your all your senses, curiosity and questions to this special event.
Performance Sunday August 13th 2017 2pm. Cincinnati Art Museum gallery 202 Free Part of the Muse Program
Please Join Soprano Jackie Stevens and Tina Gutierrez accompanying her on lute. Medieval thru Renaissance music (Franco-Flemish and Spanish) relating to the Renaissance alter in gallery 204 (Renaissance gallery)at 2pm this Sunday the 13th. Some seriously gorgeous and rarely heard music.
The Shakespeare band and early music group based in Cincinnati, Ohio photo credit Brad Smith
The Shakespeare band plays music of the English Renaissance
Early Music in Cincinnati - English Renaissance - by the Shakespeare Band
Cincinnati English Renaissance Music - Early music- Lute and early instruments.
Shakespeare often used scraps of popular songs in his plays as vehicles for jokes, emotions, or implied meanings. The songs he quoted were well-known at the time, but a modern audience misses the context that a full song can communicate. The Song and Soliloquy Program, presented by The Shakespeare Band, takes the audience on a journey with a selection of complete songs and original tunes referenced in Shakespearean plays. The set features voice and lute, instruments that were commonly employed in 16th- and 17th-century England. Between vocal selections, an actress recites soliloquies from Shakespeare's plays. This is an authentic, delightful doorway into the sounds and sentiments that were native to Shakespeare as he wrote his famous works. Great Idea for any Cincinnati early music performance or event!
Cincinnati Early Music The Shakespeare Band specializes in early music performed on historically accurate instruments -- especially the Renaissance Lute, giving our audiences a chance to not only listen to but to also see instruments they might only have seen in videos and photography. We are also happy to explain them as people are often curious. Our performances are well suited to Museums, libraries, churches, schools feasts, events, entertainment,and private homes. We are from Cincinnati and are happy to travel to your area. Unique Early Chamber music in Cincinnati. Renaissance music group in Cincinnati .our other Ensemble The Noyse Merchants specializes in Medieval, Renaissance music and Sephardic Jewish music in Ladino.
Early Music in Cincinnati. The Shakespeare band specializes in Music from Shakespeare's plays and music of the English Renaissance England. The Noyse Merchants Present a Sephardic journey in Ladino. We are an Early music group based in Cincinnati, Ohio. we perform at Concerts series, Museums, universities, Libraries, Schools, churches and the occasional tavern and we will travel to your location! google-site-verification=kqyFAjQkqHBUVtM1SDePzXA2gJVpR6aDwJaycHVDbkw
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