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Old Dominion University: Chandler Recital Hall
Norfolk, Virginia
Friday, 25 March 2016 - 7:30 PM
Bianca Hall (soprano & recorder) and Jim Kosnik (harpsichord) will present a program of Baroque music for keyboard, recorder, and/or voice. Works by Loeillet, Froberger, Handel, Purcell, and more. Free admission.
Presenter: Old Dominion University
Program TBA
Artists: Bianca Hall (Recorder, Soprano); Jim Kosnik (Harpsichord)
St. Albert's Priory
Oakland, California
Saturday, 4 July 2015 - 9:00 AM
This year our theme explores music inspired by the schisms, heresies and Church councils of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The Great Schism in the 14th century and the Council of Constance inspired and reformed music of the ars subtilior. The Councils of Basel and Florence invoked Guillaume Dufay to compose some of his greatest music. The followers of Savonarola sang devotional songs as they lit the Bonfire of the Vanities. The Humanist movement, the Reformation and the Council of Trent set their indelible stamp of sacred music and on how we set text to music.

But wait! Lest you think we will spend all our time on sacred music, we will pay special attention to the rustic and erotic songs that filled the tongues of the followers of the Devotio moderna and the Protestant Reformation. From the lowest and bawdiest to the highest devotional song, all will be fair game. So dust off your Books of Hours, bring out your torches, and help us set fire to some exciting music, both sacred and secular!
Presenter: San Francisco Early Music Society
Program TBA
Artist: Bianca Hall (Soprano)
St. Albert's Priory
Oakland, California
Friday, 3 July 2015 - 9:00 AM
This year our theme explores music inspired by the schisms, heresies and Church councils of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The Great Schism in the 14th century and the Council of Constance inspired and reformed music of the ars subtilior. The Councils of Basel and Florence invoked Guillaume Dufay to compose some of his greatest music. The followers of Savonarola sang devotional songs as they lit the Bonfire of the Vanities. The Humanist movement, the Reformation and the Council of Trent set their indelible stamp of sacred music and on how we set text to music.

But wait! Lest you think we will spend all our time on sacred music, we will pay special attention to the rustic and erotic songs that filled the tongues of the followers of the Devotio moderna and the Protestant Reformation. From the lowest and bawdiest to the highest devotional song, all will be fair game. So dust off your Books of Hours, bring out your torches, and help us set fire to some exciting music, both sacred and secular!
Presenter: San Francisco Early Music Society
Program TBA
Artist: Bianca Hall (Soprano)
St. Albert's Priory
Oakland, California
Thursday, 2 July 2015 - 9:00 AM
This year our theme explores music inspired by the schisms, heresies and Church councils of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The Great Schism in the 14th century and the Council of Constance inspired and reformed music of the ars subtilior. The Councils of Basel and Florence invoked Guillaume Dufay to compose some of his greatest music. The followers of Savonarola sang devotional songs as they lit the Bonfire of the Vanities. The Humanist movement, the Reformation and the Council of Trent set their indelible stamp of sacred music and on how we set text to music.

But wait! Lest you think we will spend all our time on sacred music, we will pay special attention to the rustic and erotic songs that filled the tongues of the followers of the Devotio moderna and the Protestant Reformation. From the lowest and bawdiest to the highest devotional song, all will be fair game. So dust off your Books of Hours, bring out your torches, and help us set fire to some exciting music, both sacred and secular!
Presenter: San Francisco Early Music Society
Program TBA
Artist: Bianca Hall (Soprano)
St. Albert's Priory
Oakland, California
Wednesday, 1 July 2015 - 9:00 AM
This year our theme explores music inspired by the schisms, heresies and Church councils of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The Great Schism in the 14th century and the Council of Constance inspired and reformed music of the ars subtilior. The Councils of Basel and Florence invoked Guillaume Dufay to compose some of his greatest music. The followers of Savonarola sang devotional songs as they lit the Bonfire of the Vanities. The Humanist movement, the Reformation and the Council of Trent set their indelible stamp of sacred music and on how we set text to music.

But wait! Lest you think we will spend all our time on sacred music, we will pay special attention to the rustic and erotic songs that filled the tongues of the followers of the Devotio moderna and the Protestant Reformation. From the lowest and bawdiest to the highest devotional song, all will be fair game. So dust off your Books of Hours, bring out your torches, and help us set fire to some exciting music, both sacred and secular!
Presenter: San Francisco Early Music Society
Program TBA
Artist: Bianca Hall (Soprano)
St. Albert's Priory
Oakland, California
Tuesday, 30 June 2015 - 9:00 AM
This year our theme explores music inspired by the schisms, heresies and Church councils of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The Great Schism in the 14th century and the Council of Constance inspired and reformed music of the ars subtilior. The Councils of Basel and Florence invoked Guillaume Dufay to compose some of his greatest music. The followers of Savonarola sang devotional songs as they lit the Bonfire of the Vanities. The Humanist movement, the Reformation and the Council of Trent set their indelible stamp of sacred music and on how we set text to music.

But wait! Lest you think we will spend all our time on sacred music, we will pay special attention to the rustic and erotic songs that filled the tongues of the followers of the Devotio moderna and the Protestant Reformation. From the lowest and bawdiest to the highest devotional song, all will be fair game. So dust off your Books of Hours, bring out your torches, and help us set fire to some exciting music, both sacred and secular!
Presenter: San Francisco Early Music Society
Program TBA
Artist: Bianca Hall (Soprano)
St. Albert's Priory
Oakland, California
Monday, 29 June 2015 - 9:00 AM
This year our theme explores music inspired by the schisms, heresies and Church councils of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The Great Schism in the 14th century and the Council of Constance inspired and reformed music of the ars subtilior. The Councils of Basel and Florence invoked Guillaume Dufay to compose some of his greatest music. The followers of Savonarola sang devotional songs as they lit the Bonfire of the Vanities. The Humanist movement, the Reformation and the Council of Trent set their indelible stamp of sacred music and on how we set text to music.

But wait! Lest you think we will spend all our time on sacred music, we will pay special attention to the rustic and erotic songs that filled the tongues of the followers of the Devotio moderna and the Protestant Reformation. From the lowest and bawdiest to the highest devotional song, all will be fair game. So dust off your Books of Hours, bring out your torches, and help us set fire to some exciting music, both sacred and secular!
Presenter: San Francisco Early Music Society
Program TBA
Artist: Bianca Hall (Soprano)
St. Albert's Priory
Oakland, California
Sunday, 28 June 2015 - 3:00 PM
This year our theme explores music inspired by the schisms, heresies and Church councils of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The Great Schism in the 14th century and the Council of Constance inspired and reformed music of the ars subtilior. The Councils of Basel and Florence invoked Guillaume Dufay to compose some of his greatest music. The followers of Savonarola sang devotional songs as they lit the Bonfire of the Vanities. The Humanist movement, the Reformation and the Council of Trent set their indelible stamp of sacred music and on how we set text to music.

But wait! Lest you think we will spend all our time on sacred music, we will pay special attention to the rustic and erotic songs that filled the tongues of the followers of the Devotio moderna and the Protestant Reformation. From the lowest and bawdiest to the highest devotional song, all will be fair game. So dust off your Books of Hours, bring out your torches, and help us set fire to some exciting music, both sacred and secular!
Presenter: San Francisco Early Music Society
Program TBA
Artist: Bianca Hall (Soprano)
Mission Basilica San Juan Capistrano
San Juan Capistrano, California
Saturday, 16 May 2015 - 8:00 PM
The finale for our tenth season contrasts one of the earliest works of Baroque master George Friederich Handel and one of the late masterpieces of Classical genius Franz Joseph Haydn. The de Angelis singers will present these works accompanied by a period-instrument orchestra. Handel was a well-traveled young man who worked in an international style developed through his exposure to many artistic contemporaries. Dixit Domius, composed under the patronage Cardinal Carlo Colonna from Santa Maria de Monte Santo, is one of the brilliant works of the Baroque. Haydn spent a great deal of his professional life working for the Esterházy court in relative artistic isolation in Hungary where he composed music for opera, plays, even puppet shows. When he finally began traveling and performing abroad, he gained a huge international audience and it is in this late period he wrote the Lord Nelson Mass, a broad, beautiful capstone to his creative life.
Presenter: De Angelis Vocal Ensemble
Handel: Dixit Dominus, HWV 232
Artists: Bianca Hall (Soprano); Andrea Zomorodian (Soprano); John St. Marie (Tenor); Joel Nesvadba (Baritone)
Ensemble: De Angelis Vocal Ensemble
Conductor: Matthew Gray
Haydn: Mass in D minor, H 22 no 11 "Nelsonmesse"
Artists: Bianca Hall (Soprano); Andrea Zomorodian (Soprano); John St. Marie (Tenor); Joel Nesvadba (Baritone)
Ensemble: De Angelis Vocal Ensemble
Conductor: Matthew Gray
Mission Basilica San Juan Capistrano
San Juan Capistrano, California
Saturday, 7 March 2015 - 2:00 PM
Experience an afternoon of emotionally impactful American music as de Angelis presents 20th century interpretations of the secular and sacred songs that pervade the early eras of our history. We will perform deeply evocative, comforting music you have known all of your life, the structures and rhythms and rich harmonies of which have lasted for over a century and that infuse many of our current musical forms. Spirituals and folk songs were and are the songs sung during the rituals of everyday life and we invite you to participate in this afternoon celebrating our shared national heritage.

Highlights:
Moses Hogan, My Soul Has Been Anchored in the Lord
Jester Harrison, Hold On
Conrad Susa, Shenandoah
Presenter: De Angelis Vocal Ensemble
Program TBA
Artist: Bianca Hall (Soprano)
Ensemble: De Angelis Vocal Ensemble
Conductor: Matthew Gray
St. Basil Catholic Church
Los Angeles, California
Saturday, 13 December 2014 - 8:00 PM
Bring your family and friends to hear the best music from each of our past nine holiday concerts at Mission Basilica San Juan Capistrano or at the beautiful St. Basil Church in Los Angeles.

Highlights:
Herbert Howells, Long, Long Ago
John Rutter, There is a Flower
Bob Chilcott, The Shepherd’s Carol
Howells: Long, long ago
Artist: Bianca Hall (Soprano)
Ensemble: De Angelis Vocal Ensemble
Conductor: Matthew Gray
Rutter: There is a flower
Artist: Bianca Hall (Soprano)
Ensemble: De Angelis Vocal Ensemble
Conductor: Matthew Gray
Chilcott: The Shepherd's Carol
Artist: Bianca Hall (Soprano)
Ensemble: De Angelis Vocal Ensemble
Conductor: Matthew Gray
Mission Basilica San Juan Capistrano
San Juan Capistrano, California
Saturday, 6 December 2014 - 2:00 PM
Bring your family and friends to hear the best music from each of our past nine holiday concerts at Mission Basilica San Juan Capistrano or at the beautiful St. Basil Church in Los Angeles.

Highlights:
Herbert Howells, Long, Long Ago
John Rutter, There is a Flower
Bob Chilcott, The Shepherd’s Carol
Howells: Long, long ago
Artist: Bianca Hall (Soprano)
Ensemble: De Angelis Vocal Ensemble
Conductor: Matthew Gray
Rutter: There is a flower
Artist: Bianca Hall (Soprano)
Ensemble: De Angelis Vocal Ensemble
Conductor: Matthew Gray
Chilcott: The Shepherd's Carol
Artist: Bianca Hall (Soprano)
Ensemble: De Angelis Vocal Ensemble
Conductor: Matthew Gray
Bowers Museum: Norma Kershaw Auditorium
Santa Ana, California
Friday, 27 June 2014 - 7:30 PM
In the spirit of the summer solstice, Natur Early Music Ensemble presents sun symbolism in music, featuring pieces by Dufay, Binchois, Busnoys, Morton, and others. Performers: soprano Tara Bailey, soprano Bianca Hall, mezzo-soprano Stacey Helley, and guest artists Aki Nishiguchi, recorders, & Alexa Pilon, vielle & viola da gamba

Fee: $15 Members; $20 Non-members; $10 Student rush with I.D.
Presenter: Bowers Museum
Program TBA
Artists: Tara Bailey (Soprano); Bianca Hall (Soprano); Stacey Helley (Mezzo Soprano); Aki Nishiguchi (Recorder); Alexa Pilon (Vielle, Viola da gamba)
Ensemble: Natur Early Music Ensemble
Sonoma State University
Rohnert Park, California
Saturday, 21 June 2014 - 9:00 AM
Medieval & Renaissance Workshop,
June 15-21, 2014
"The Marriage of Sound and Symbol"

Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA
Director: Adam Gilbert
Info: 626-660-5325; medrenworkshop@sfems.org

Med/Ren Faculty:

Anne Azema, voice and collegium
Adam Gilbert, recorder, loud band, and collegium
Debra Nagy, recorder, shawms, and douçaine
Mary Springfels, viola da gamba
Shira Kammen, vielle
Bianca Hall, voice
Jason Yoshida, lute, vihuela, and Renaissance guitar
Presenter: San Francisco Early Music Society
Program TBA
Sonoma State University
Rohnert Park, California
Friday, 20 June 2014 - 9:00 AM
Medieval & Renaissance Workshop,
June 15-21, 2014
"The Marriage of Sound and Symbol"

Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA
Director: Adam Gilbert
Info: 626-660-5325; medrenworkshop@sfems.org

Med/Ren Faculty:

Anne Azema, voice and collegium
Adam Gilbert, recorder, loud band, and collegium
Debra Nagy, recorder, shawms, and douçaine
Mary Springfels, viola da gamba
Shira Kammen, vielle
Bianca Hall, voice
Jason Yoshida, lute, vihuela, and Renaissance guitar
Presenter: San Francisco Early Music Society
Program TBA
Sonoma State University
Rohnert Park, California
Thursday, 19 June 2014 - 9:00 AM
Medieval & Renaissance Workshop,
June 15-21, 2014
"The Marriage of Sound and Symbol"

Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA
Director: Adam Gilbert
Info: 626-660-5325; medrenworkshop@sfems.org

Med/Ren Faculty:

Anne Azema, voice and collegium
Adam Gilbert, recorder, loud band, and collegium
Debra Nagy, recorder, shawms, and douçaine
Mary Springfels, viola da gamba
Shira Kammen, vielle
Bianca Hall, voice
Jason Yoshida, lute, vihuela, and Renaissance guitar
Presenter: San Francisco Early Music Society
Program TBA
Sonoma State University
Rohnert Park, California
Wednesday, 18 June 2014 - 9:00 AM
Medieval & Renaissance Workshop,
June 15-21, 2014
"The Marriage of Sound and Symbol"

Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA
Director: Adam Gilbert
Info: 626-660-5325; medrenworkshop@sfems.org

Med/Ren Faculty:

Anne Azema, voice and collegium
Adam Gilbert, recorder, loud band, and collegium
Debra Nagy, recorder, shawms, and douçaine
Mary Springfels, viola da gamba
Shira Kammen, vielle
Bianca Hall, voice
Jason Yoshida, lute, vihuela, and Renaissance guitar
Presenter: San Francisco Early Music Society
Program TBA
Sonoma State University
Rohnert Park, California
Tuesday, 17 June 2014 - 9:00 AM
Medieval & Renaissance Workshop,
June 15-21, 2014
"The Marriage of Sound and Symbol"

Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA
Director: Adam Gilbert
Info: 626-660-5325; medrenworkshop@sfems.org

Med/Ren Faculty:

Anne Azema, voice and collegium
Adam Gilbert, recorder, loud band, and collegium
Debra Nagy, recorder, shawms, and douçaine
Mary Springfels, viola da gamba
Shira Kammen, vielle
Bianca Hall, voice
Jason Yoshida, lute, vihuela, and Renaissance guitar
Presenter: San Francisco Early Music Society
Program TBA
Sonoma State University
Rohnert Park, California
Monday, 16 June 2014 - 9:00 AM
Medieval & Renaissance Workshop,
June 15-21, 2014
"The Marriage of Sound and Symbol"

Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA
Director: Adam Gilbert
Info: 626-660-5325; medrenworkshop@sfems.org

Med/Ren Faculty:

Anne Azema, voice and collegium
Adam Gilbert, recorder, loud band, and collegium
Debra Nagy, recorder, shawms, and douçaine
Mary Springfels, viola da gamba
Shira Kammen, vielle
Bianca Hall, voice
Jason Yoshida, lute, vihuela, and Renaissance guitar
Presenter: San Francisco Early Music Society
Program TBA
Sonoma State University
Rohnert Park, California
Sunday, 15 June 2014 - 4:00 PM
Medieval & Renaissance Workshop,
June 15-21, 2014
"The Marriage of Sound and Symbol"

Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA
Director: Adam Gilbert
Info: 626-660-5325; medrenworkshop@sfems.org

Med/Ren Faculty:

Anne Azema, voice and collegium
Adam Gilbert, recorder, loud band, and collegium
Debra Nagy, recorder, shawms, and douçaine
Mary Springfels, viola da gamba
Shira Kammen, vielle
Bianca Hall, voice
Jason Yoshida, lute, vihuela, and Renaissance guitar
Presenter: San Francisco Early Music Society
Program TBA
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On the Q---_s Conception. (Tune: "Packington's Pound")
Anonymous: BALLAD. To the Tune of Couragio
Anonymous: Alta Trinita
Agostini: Quando l'ira del cielo
Vierdanck: Ich freue mich im Herren
Traditional: Barbara Allen
Fusu: A Winter Song
Fusu: Steaua Sus Rasare
Anonymous: Plus bele que flor/Quant revient/L'autrier joer/Flos Filius
Anonymous: Mout me fu grief li departir/Robin m'aime/Portare
Anonymous: Variations for recorder and basso continuo
Anonymous: Alle psallite cum luya

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