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December 18th, 2012

Praise To The Moon: A Solstice Celebration
8 :00pm
Church of the Good Shepherd, 9 Russell Avenue, Watertown, MA
$15 suggested donation

with the 7 Hills Renaissance Wind Band; Shelley Otis, harp; Claire Raphaelson, soprano

Join us as we celebrate 10 years of music, laughter and good ale. With our guest musicians, we'll present holiday tunes of the British Isles, Spain, Italy, France and the New World. Come and experience sublime consorts, rousing dance tunes, haunting ballads and some jolly Christmas favorites. Our winter solstice concert is an event not to be missed! Reception and wassail to follow.


March 1st, 2013

A Brave Barrel of Oysters: Music of Samuel Pepys' London
Beacon Hill Friends House, 6 Chestnut St. Boston, MA
$15 suggested donation

with Michael Barrett, tenor
featuring Kyle Parrish as Samuel Pepys and Anney Barrett as Mrs. Knipp

Celebrate Samuel Pepys' 380th birthday in style! Perhaps the English language's most famous diarist, Pepys was a prosperous civil servant and "man-about-town" in Restoration London, and the diaries that he kept fastidiously from 1660-1668 provide a revealing glimpse into the life of a middle-class bon vivant under the reign of the "merry monarch" Charles II. Pepys was an enthusiastic amateur musician who sang and played the lute, viol, and flageolet; his diaries chronicle (among other adventures) his experiences making convivial music with both the best and the worst musicians that London had to offer. Playing on the very instruments that Pepys favored, Seven Times Salt brings Pepys' bustling, bewigged, and sometimes bawdy London to life with dramatic readings from the diaries and selections by Hume, Humfrey, Blagrave, Young, and Locke (all of whom were friends of Pepys).






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