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William Christie master classes tend to be well attended and eagerly anticipated. This is partly because of his reputation as founder of the superb baroque orchestra Les Arts Florissants, which he founded in 1979. He has an encyclopedic knowledge of French baroque music and an ability as a native English-speaker to speak eloquently about it. […]

Asteria is a duet comprising Sylva Rhyne, soprano, and Eric Redlinger, tenor and lute. Winner of the 2004 Early Music America Competition for Medieval and Rennaissance Performance, the New York Times has called their music “intimate and deeply communicative… meltingly beautiful.” Asteria is known for its compelling and personal delivery of 15th century vocal and […]

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