Anne Azéma and Karim Nagi rehearsing…



…the Play of Daniel at the Longy School, Cambridge, 10/31. The army of Persia/Iran invades Babylon/Iraq.

 
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Daniel in the Lion’s Den



Here’s
the oldest known visual treatment of Daniel in the lion’s den, from the 1st century catacombs of Rome.

 
For the newest known treatment, please come to Trinity Church, November 21 and 23.

 

Jordan Pitts, Anne Azéma and Joel Cohen at Houseparty



Jordan Pitts, Anne Azéma with hurdygurdy, and Joel Cohen with lute at the house party in Concord this past weekend.

Timeline Photos



Good Morning #Boston
– nice shot of Copley Square @kimoshka

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Bad rulers, with bad advisors…



…make bad decisions. Just saying. Learn more about the Dark Side of politics (but with excellent music) via the Play of Daniel.

Anne sings to the Virgin in Concord…



…at a special Daniel preview for some good friends just outside of Boston, October 25.

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Last night’s house concert…




 
…in Beacon Hill was a great success! Here’s Anne Azéma talking with audience members after the show.

 
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It’s good to be the King…



But what happens when your loud party gets interrupted by the handwriting on the wall?

Watch and hear the young captive Daniel sing his prophecy of the signs, in one of the most powerful moments in all medieval theater, November 21 and 23 at the Boston Camerata’s “Play of Daniel.”

Learn more here, and order your tickets online.

 
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“A Chair Fit for an Angel” first out of 50!

“A Chair Fit for an Angel” won first out of 50 films at Document.Art Festival in Bucharest!

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ANOTHER FESTIVAL AWARD FOR THE NEW FILM!


We have just received the following message from Raymond Saint-Jean, director of the documentary film “A Chair Fit For an Angel,” featuring music by The Boston Camerata:

“I am happy to announce that our film has won the Grand Prix Golden Eagle from the Document.Art film festival held in Bucharest, Romania, from October 15. There were fifty films in competition and the jury chose ours as the best!”

That’s a fine honor indeed. We congratulate Ray and the Cine Qua Non Team, Tero Saarinen and his dancers, and our terrific Boston Camerata singers.

We also note that the film was shown recently on Finnish television. Let’s hope American audiences get to view it soon.