Baroque Dance and Vocal Ensembles "À Chanter et À Danser: Airs, Dances, and Motets from 18th-Century Paris"

Baroque Dance members in full costume
Tuesday, November 30, 2021, 7:30 PM

Milton and Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center, 1855 Ansel Rd, Cleveland, OH 

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Lavishly costumed court dances intermix with intimate sacred and secular vocal music from convents, churches, and salons in this concert celebrating 18th-century Parisian culture at its height.

Julie Andrijeski, Director, Baroque Dance Ensemble

Peter Bennett, Director, Baroque Vocal Ensemble

Mark Laseter, Graduate Teaching Assistant

Guillermo Salaz Suárez, Dance Band Coordinator

This performance is part of the Maltz Performing Arts Center, Silver Hall Concert Series. These events are free, but registration is required. Parking passes may be purchased in advance for each performance for a nominal amount. Paid parking is available upon arrival in the MPAC lot.

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Students in the Historical Performance Practice Program (HPP) at Case Western Reserve University are part of a small, highly selective, and fully funded experience for advanced students destined for leadership in the early music field. Our degree programs provide graduates with a wide range of marketable career-building skills while encouraging creativity and exploration. Using the skills they have acquired at CWRU, our graduates have gone on to take college-level academic positions with a strong performance component, historical performance ensemble leadership roles, and to enjoy successful performance careers.