Thanksgiving wishes from the singing birds…



 
…the singing birds of The Boston Camerata!
 

“A feast for the senses…”



Fuse Concert Review:

 
“A feast for the senses…there was not a dull moment, nor one without beauty or drama….this Play of Daniel [is] one for the ages.”
 
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Gorgeous scenes from last weekend




 
Bravo to the Boston Camerata and their gorgeous performance of the Play of Daniel this weekend at Trinity! Amazing voices, enthralling story, beautifully told in this sacred space (and hooray for our terrific Choristers who played a part too!)
 
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Is there justice for the oppressed?




 
The essential theme of the Daniel play, and of our own day.
 

Boston Camerata celebrates 60 years
with freshly imagined ‘Daniel’



says The Boston Globe

 
Opening its 60th-anniversary season, the Boston Camerata returns to “The Play of Daniel,” a 13th-century work in some ways emblematic of the ensemble’s bold work.
 

SO WHERE IS THE GLOBE REVIEW?

 
We have been advised that our scan of yesterday’s Boston Globe review was in violation of that paper’s copyright — therefore, we have taken it down.
 
As of Monday morning, there was no trace of that review online, so we can’t supply you with a link, either. Just trust us, it was a rave, and our thanks go out to the reviewer, Harlow Robinson.
 
(signed)
The Legal Centaur
 
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As the Play of Daniel ends…




 
…an angel, singing from the balcony, sings a song of redemption and hope. And from their choir stall, the children in our cast look up to receive that message, ever ancient, ever new.
 

Curtain Call



 
Anne Azéma and the cast of Daniel receiving a post-performance ovation from the large audience at Trinity Church, 11/23/2014.
 

A fine boost from the Boston Globe!




 

Wonderful words from the Globe, too!

…Camerata’s artistic director Anne Azéma, and her versatile company of young singers, dancers, and musicians, don’t need real lions or Babylonian palaces…they have smartly resuscitated and reinvented a 13th-century French version of the story….to convey the timeless spiritual message of Daniel’s humility and courage more convincingly than could any Hollywood epic.

  – Boston Globe, November 23, 2014
 
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