Saturday May 2nd at 8:00 pm in Lindsey Chapel, Emmanuel Church 15 Newbury St, Boston RSVP here via Facebook.
Sunday May 3rd at 4:00 pm in Eliot Church of Newton 474 Centre Street, Newton, MA RSVP here via Facebook.
Featuring the Music of Hildegard von Bingen, Arvo Pärt, Eric Whitacre, and a premiere of Hilary Tann‘s exuberant “Exultet” for reed quintet and double chorus, arranged especially for Cappella Clausura, and with special guest Peggy Pearson, oboe. Hilary will be at each concert and will stay after each performance for a post concert talk-back with the audience.
Our May 3rd concert is a part of Newton’s May Festival of the Arts
$20 in advance/ $25 at the door
Seniors/students: $15 advance/ $18 door
OR, you can get a serious discount if you buy tickets in advance.
Because you’ve read to the end of this post and because you’re a friend of this blog, if you use the password FRIENDSOFKELLY at either of the links above, May 2nd or May 3rd, you’ll get advance tickets to either concert for just $10 each.
That’s less than half price for a general admission ticket purchased at the door. The best part is that you can share this discout with anyone you like. Spread the wealth and invite your friends in on the deal too!
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See you at the concerts!
After I wrote my earlier commentary on Stannis, I found that I am not alone in feeling that Stannis has gotten the short end of the stick. Both Anna Silman at Salon and Thomas Fichtenmayer at Esquire also have not only a soft spot for the unappreciated Baratheon brother, but possibly think even more highly of him than I do, and I think pretty damn highly of him indeed.
Continue reading “More thoughts on Stannis Baratheon and the future of the North”
Tonight I was thinking about writing something about what has happened so far in Season Five of Game of Thrones, but then Kelly and I had a conversation about Stannis that made me think I should do a post about him.
Frankly, I think that Stannis is unjustly unappreciated by both the masses of Westeros and the masses of ASOIAF/GoT fans. Allow me to explain.
Continue reading “Some thoughts on Stannis”
I mentioned in my last post that SNL had done a skit about Game of Thrones, and after doing some surfing around I discovered that a few other shows had been talking about our favorite TV show as well.
Continue reading “Game of Thrones really is everywhere”
Well, the weather has finally warmed up enough that I can reasonably wear shorts outside. Most of the snow piles have disappeared. This nasty winter seems to have claimed what I hope is its last casualty: my truck.
Continue reading “Spring finally arrives… and so does Game of Thrones”