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Mozart Closes Out Hancock Concert Series This Sunday

Mozart Closes Out Hancock Concert Series This Sunday

The Jameson Singers Present Mozart’s Requiem On Sunday, May 14, The Jameson Singers will perform Mozart’s powerful Requiem in a completion by Mozart scholar Robert Levin. This concert will take place at 3:00 p.m. in the sanctuary of Hancock Church on the Battle Green in Lexington. Left incomplete at his death, Mozart’s Requiem was completed at the time by his student Sussmayer. Dr. Levin has stripped out Sussmayer’s changes and additions and completed the work in greater accord with Mozart’s own compositional practices. The result...
A Joyful Noyse Presents "Flights of Fancy" on Sunday, May 7

A Joyful Noyse Presents “Flights of Fancy” on Sunday, May 7

Sunday, May 7 at 3:00 p.m.  Flights of Fancy  Music inspired by our fine-feathered friends featuring works by Handel, Biber, Scarlatti, Bononcini and more! Presented by the early music ensemble A Joyful Noyse $15 suggested donation to support Hancock Music Program   Flights of Fancy will be performed by the early music ensemble A Joyful Noyse, a group of professional and talented amateur early music performers in residence at the church. Usually performing liturgical music, this concert is a departure into the realm of the secular. It focuses...
The Jameson Singers

The Jameson Singers

  Hancock Concert Series PresentsThe Jameson Singers: Celebrations and Lamentations Saturday, April 16th at 4:00 p.m.Join the Jameson Singers for a memorable musical journey to the land of Byrd, Weelkes, Pearsall, Vaughan Williams, Britten and other masters from the English songbook.The Jameson Singers’ upcoming concert features an unusual and richly-varied program. The theme is Celebrations and Lamentations from the British Isles. There will be lamentations a-plenty: a Byrd motet mourning the destruction of Jerusalem, Weelkes’ moving portrait of Absalom keening over the loss of his...