Élan Ensemble
Élan Ensemble
Historic Music Annapolis

 

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Élan Concert Series
Nov
10
to Jun 23

Élan Concert Series

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2017/18 Season

Enchanting Voices  

November 10th, 7PM - Ballroom

Music by Barbara Strozzi and Francesca Caccini - 17th Century Italian Female Composers

Elissa Edwards, Soprano & Richard Kolb, Archlute & Theorbo

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A Twelfth Night

January 6th, 7PM - Ballroom

Celebrate the last day of Christmas with historical flare!

Anastasia Pike, harp & Elissa Edwards, soprano

 

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Ethereal & Earthly Airs of Summer
Jun
21
6:30pm 6:30pm

Ethereal & Earthly Airs of Summer

Hammond–Harwood House Museum Garden Concert

Annapolis, MD

Tickets $50 per person / $45 per museum member - wine & refreshments included

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE or, to make a reservation call 410-246-4683 ext 10, email us at info@hammondharwoodhouse.org. 

To highlight the season, the Élan ladies breathe life into charming selections of Purcell, Handel, Haydn and Mozart to celebrate the sights & sounds of summer.

The Élan Ensemble creates a unique sensory experience as their programs intersect with the art, culture, politics and philosophy of the times, brought to fruition through their lively performing style and creative interpretations. In this concert, the sweet tones of harp & voice depict themes of love and nature as beautifully portrayed through musical poetry.

This intimate concert in the stunning museum gardens will begin at 7pm following the pre-reception at 6:30pm. Meet & mingle with the artists after the performance.

‘Sweeter than roses, or cool evening breeze on a warm flowery shore, was the dear kiss…’

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Wilmington Harp Festival
Jun
17
1:00pm 1:00pm

Wilmington Harp Festival

Jane Austen’s Songbook

St. Paul's Episcopal Church

16 N 16th St, Wilmington, NC 28401

Jane Austen’s Songbook Concert is a collection of carefully selected sentimental and satirical songs & arias transcribed for harp that show the range of Miss Austen’s musical tastes and preferences. Harp was the second most popular instrument for young ladies living in the Regency era to study, forte piano being the most popular of course, because of the etherial and sensual implications it conjured up.

“A young woman, pretty, lively, with a harp as elegant as herself . . . was enough to catch any man’s heart.” – Jane Austen, Mansfield Park 

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Concert–Lecture
Feb
18
4:00pm 4:00pm

Concert–Lecture

Jane Austen’s Songbook

Songs & Arias from Miss Austen's Personal Collection

Featuring Dr. Kara Keeling, Professor of English

Saturday, February 18th | 4 PM

Pope Chapel, Christopher Newport University

The English and Music Departments present a lecture-recital commemorating the bicentennial of Jane Austen's death to celebrate musical and social traditions in the Regency Era.  
 

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