Posts Tagged ‘Richard Einhorn’

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A “final bow” photo from the “Flaming Fire” Concert

November 6, 2012

Over the weekend, I thoroughly enjoyed performing with Parthenia, a Consort of Viols. We did a program of songs from the time of Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen of Scots. In the program, we did the premier of two song arrangements by the wonderful composer Richard Einhorn: “Ca’ the Yowes” and “Lament of Mary, Queen of Scotts”, both written by famous Robert Burns.

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“Flaming Fire” Concert in NYC this Sun, Nov 4th at 4pm

November 1, 2012

No plans on Sunday afternoon?  Need a moment of relaxation?  Here’s an idea:  Please join me this Sunday, November 4th, 2012 at 4 pm EDT, when I will be singing with Dongsok Shin at Corpus Christi Church.

Dongsok and I will be performing the “Flaming Fire”, which is just one of the extraordinary songs on our program this weekend, featuring music from 16th century England and Scotland.  The concert includes two Robert Burns songs arranged by Richard Einhorn, “Ca’ the Yowes” and “Lament of Mary Queen of Scots”, commissioned by the courts of Mary Stuart and Elizabeth I, rulers of England.

Click here for more information and tickets, which are priced at  $40/$25/$10, under 18 free.

Ryland Angel’s Flaming Fire Concert
* Nov 4, 2012, 4pm *

Corpus Christi Church
529 West 121st Street, Manhattan
Between Broadway & Amsterdam Avenue