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October 27, 2009

East-West “Crossover”

The Pacific Northwest is home to countless fans of historical novelist Dorothy Dunnett, and November 6th’s Seattle appearance by Capella Romana offers them a great opportunity to add a soundtrack to her swashbuckling seven-volume series The House of Niccolò. Alexander Lingas’ program consists entirely of music which might have been heard by Dunnett’s adventurous 15th century characters in their home town of Bruges in the Low Countries and on their forays abroad to Venice, French-ruled Cyprus, and far Trebizond. Find out more about the recital at

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West wind blows into Washington, D.C.: Zephyrus plays at the National Gallery

Seattle-based artists Courtney Westcott, flute; Ingrid Matthews, violin; John Lenti, theorbo; Josh Lee, viola da gamba, and Jillon Stoppels Dupree, harpsichord will perform music by Couperin, Rameau, Marais, Leclair & Telemann on Wednesday, November 11, 2009 at 12:10 p.m. in the West Building Ground Floor, Lecture Hall of the National Gallery.  This performance is presented in honor of Renaissance to Revolution: French Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, 1500–1800

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More about ZEPHYRUS:

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Cornish gets its early on


Kent Devereaux

Kent Devereaux, Cornish College


Seattle is one of the hottest spots in North America when it comes to early music.  Thanks to the new head of Cornish College’s music program, Kent Devereaux, there’s now a conservatory program to house teachers and students devoted to the art.  Learn more about this important development from Michael Upchurch’s article in the Seattle Times.

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