2014-15 Season Concerts

(all at 7:30 pm)
For Directions to Concert Sites, click here.

Thursday, November 20:  John Holloway, violin, Jane Gower, dulcian (baroque bassoon), and Lars-Ulrik Mortensen, harpsichord, perform seventeenth century Italian and German violin sonatas.  Don't miss Musica PoeticaSt. Philip’s Episcopal Church.  Admission $20.

Thursday, February 5: Taylis Fernandez, ‘cello, and John Paul, piano, continue their traversal of the Beethoven sonatas for ‘cello and piano.  St. Andrew’s Episcopal Cathedral. Admission $20.

Thursday, February 19:  Armonia Celeste returns with a program of seventeenth century Italian vocal music:  That’s Amore:  Love and Music in Seventeenth – Century Italy. Join Armonia Celeste as they explore the many faces of love from sixteenth- and early seventeenth-century Italy. The themes of love and longing interweave sinuously throughout this program, while the alternating textures of instrumental and vocal trios, duets, and solos give lively energy to this program of music by such composers as Luzzascho Luzzaschi, Luigi Rossi, Marc’Antonio Pasqualini, and Giacomo Carissimi. A stunning tour-de-force of vocal fireworks and instrumental improvisation that is not to be missed!  Three sopranos, triple baroque harp and theorbo (bass lute). At St. James' Episcopal Church.  Admission; $20

Friday, February 27:  Quink, a renowned four member Dutch vocal ensemble, performs.  The program, "Canciones de amor", explores sacred and secular music from 1500 to the 20th century from Spain, Israel, and the Netherlands.  Woodworth Chapel, Tougaloo College.  Admission $20.

Saturday, March 14:  Corina Marti plays the flute and the clavisimbalum, a early version of the harpsichord, in a program of late medieval music.  Location: St. Philip's Episcopal Church.  Admission  $20.

Thursday, April 9:  Shawn Leopard, harpsichord, performs music of Scarlatti and others at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Cathedral. Admission $15.

Thursday, April 16:  ARTEK, a New York based baroque ensemble, returns to Jackson with singers and instruments performing selections from Monteverdi Madrigals, Book Seven.  St. Philip's Episcopal Church.  Admission: $25.

Season Tickets: $120.  All student tickets $5.

Tickets can be obtained at the concert of by sending a check to the address below five days prior to the concert.

For more information contact Richard McGinnis at 601-594-5584, info@ancientmusic.org, or
Mississippi Academy of Ancient Music
103 Magnolia Street
Edwards, MS 39066

We are very grateful to the Community Foundation of Greater Jackson for their support this year!