Boston friends! April 27th 8:00pm ~ BNMI & The Seraphim Singers

Ok, so I was supposed to sing in this concert.  I was going to rehearsals and learning the music and everything.

And then I got a job.

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Mark your calendars- April 12, 2012 8:30pm

Ok, so remember how I said about Nathan that someday I’ll be able to say I knew him when?  I can already say that about my friend Dave.

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“Cupid’s arrow” 17th Century songs from Spain and the New World ~ El Fuego in concert

Hi folks,
Another fantastic concert to announce.  I may be a little biased on this one as I’m running the front of house for this and am friends with the bulk of the performers, but they’re fantastic and inventive.  Please come if you can.
Thanks!
~Kelly
Cupid’s arrow” 17th Century songs from Spain and the New World.
Episcopal Church of Our Saviour Brookline, MA.
Saturday March 31st, 8:00 p.m.
Tickets at the door (cash or check only):
$15 general, $10 students and seniors.
El Fuego Early music Ensemble presents a daring program: Is it sacred or secular love? Spanish conquistadores and South American natives might have listened to villancicos with naughty lyrics and dance rhythms–at church(!)

Reception to follow.

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17th Century songs from Spain and the New World- 8:00pm Saturday March 31st

Performers:
Elizabeth Hardy, dulcian; Teri Kowiak, voice; Dan Meyers, recorders and percussion; Camila Parias, soprano; James Williamson, viol and baroque cello. Special guest performer: Tom Zajac, recorder and percussion.
Salome Sandoval, voice, baroque guitar and artistic direction

Save the date! ~ Sunday February 19th 3:00pm ~ The Seraphim Singers

Please join the Seraphim Singers at 3pm on Sunday, February 19th at Mission Church in Boston for a commemorative 15th anniversary concert followed by a celebratory reception.

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Music from the court of Frederick the Great, Jan. 28-29‏

My friend, Matthew Hall, sends word of more performances by Musical Offering.  Details are below.  I hope that local Boston area folks can make it.

~Kelly

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Female beauty “defined”

I found out today that this image has been circulating on Facebook.  Not having a Facebook account (that’s intentional), I would be one of the last people to know.  In this case, that’s a good thing.

sexist comparison of women
When was the last time you saw photos of men like this?

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