THE PALACE CONCERT A Fundraiser for Early Music Access Project Sunday, June 24 at Swannanoa Palace
Early Music Access Project held its inaugural fundraiser on Sunday, June 24 at 3pm at Swannanoa Palace. Guests were greeted by Renaissance dancers from the Shire of Isenfir while enjoying wine and hors d'ouevres. Guests were then treated to a concert at the foot of the grand staircase. Violinist David McCormick, soprano Elena Mullins, bass violinist Jeremy Ward, and lutenist Brian Kay performed music from the Medici court, paying homage to the history of the building after which Swannanoa Palace was designed. Music of Corelli, Marcello, and Francesca Caccini reverberated throughout the historic marble halls.
Through the fiscal sponsorship of Miki Liszt Dance Company (MLDC), all donations to Early Music Access Project are tax deductible. Contact David McCormick at firstname.lastname@example.org or (703) 587-0483 to support EMAP.
VICTORY HALL OPERA: Rameau's "Sympathy" October 28, November 1 &3 at The Haven VHO brings the Baroque into our time in this fable of temptation and the ties that blind. Featuring hip hop choreography, Resident Ensemble Early Music Access Project, and a dream-team cast of opera's comedic superstars.
POP-UP CONCERT Thursday, November 2, Vacanti Violins Lobby EMAP vielle duo David McCormick and Allison Monroe presented a free pop-up concert featuring music from the Faenza Codex, Cantigas de Santa Maria, and more.
COMMUNITY BAROQUE GATHERING February 24, 2018 at the Municipal Arts Center