Sequentia

Ensemble for Medieval Music. Benjamin Bagby, Director

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Sequentia celebrates its 39th anniversary in March 2016
 
 

Contact

E-mail: info@sequentia.org

Representation (Europe)

GALATEA
Sophie Lanoote
Management artistique | conseil | production
45, bd Victor Hugo | 92110 Clichy | France
Tel +33 (0)1 41 40 94 88
Skype : galateamusic
www.galatea-music.com

Representation
(exclusive of Europe)

Seth Cooper
Seth Cooper Arts Inc.
4592 Hampton Ave.
Montréal, QC
Canada
Site: www.sethcooperarts.com
Email: sethcooper.arts@gmail.com
Tel: 514-467-5052

In association for
Season 2016-2017 with:

Jon Aaron
Aaron Concert Artists 
220 West 148th St. 4J
New York City 10039, NY / USA
Tel: 212-665-0313
Email: jon@aaronconcert.com

 

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Upcoming Concerts

11-13 March 2016
Toronto, Canada
Beowulf

April 2016
US Tour
Beowulf

See full concert schedule

 

News

Beowulf in Russia

On 8 September 2015, Benjamin Bagby will perform Beowulf for the first time in the Russian Federation, in the Tchaikowsky Conservatory in Moscow. Following this, Bagby will coach an ensemble of Moscow early music performers for the festival La Renaissance, in preparation for their Russian premiere of the 'Roman de Fauvel' on 12 September in Moscow. For this significant event, Bagby will also be working with Russian instrumentalists Ivan Velikanov, Danil Ryabchikov and French vocalist Marc Mauillon.

 

Bagby at Cambridge University

On 28-29 September 2015, Benjamin Bagby will be at Cambridge University, working with musicologist Sam Barrett on their joint project to reconstruct the 'metra' from the Consolation of Philosophy of Boethius. There will also be a presentation of works in progress for Cambridge musicology students on 28 September. For these sessions, Bagby & Barrett will be joined by Swiss vocalist/harpist Hanna Marti, who is working on a similar project involving the Metamorphoses of Ovid.

 

Teaching in Basel

Benjamin Bagby will be teaching again in Basel, Switzerland, at his alma mater, the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, on 2-3 November 2015 (co-teaching with colleague Norbert Rodenkirchen) and again 18-19 January 2016. The subject will be the songs of Philippe le Chancelier (d. 1236), both monophonic and polyphonic.

 

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