SIREN Baroque, Winter Songs / December 20, 2013

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SIREN Baroque is an all-female baroque ensemble from New York City. Presenting passionate and historically informed performances throughout the States and overseas, the women of SIREN are committed to infusing spirited historical accuracy with a tinge of modern dynamism. Critics praise SIREN Baroque’s “impassioned performances” (Early Music America), “unusual freshness” (Seen and Heard International), and “secure and stylish” playing (New York Times).

The last SIREN Baroque’s concert, “Fyer, Fyer!”, was literally on fire from candles and  their passionate playing, singing, and dancing as well as from the original power of Baroque music. Every members of the audience was watching and feeling it with bated breath. We were present and so impressed by their experimental, dynamic and elegant performance and we really enjoyed their concert.

For the end of this year, SIREN Baroque returns to Church of the Epiphany on Friday, December 20, at 8 pm with selected winter songs including Vivaldi, Purcell, Scarlatti, Haydn and Bach. We are looking forward to how freshly they will present a program rooted in Baroque styles and forms. If you are also interested in their recommendations of classical music for winter season, don’t miss this concert!

You can check more details here ;)

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Friday December 20th, at 8PM

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Church of the Epiphany

1393 York Avenue
New York, NY 10021
(at East 74th Street)
Number 6 train (Lexington Avenue Local)  to 77th Street. Walk south to 74th Street, and east to York Avenue.

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$20 ($10 students/seniors) available at door

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