…is the Boston Camerata/Anne Azéma re-imagination of something very old: The Play of Daniel, from Beauvais, France circa 1200. The première is tonight, Friday November 21, at 7:30, with a repeat performance Sunday, November 23, at 3:00. Don’t miss this brillian event!

The Play of Daniel is coming to Boston…

…this Friday and Sunday. Purchase your tickets here!
For groups of 20 or more, call 617-262-2092 or email to receive a 20% discount. The group discount deadline for Friday’s show is noon on Friday, and Saturday 4pm for Sunday’s show.

So what was the look and feel…

…of The Play of Daniel in old Beauvais, circa 1200? Was it solemn? Was it playful? Ideas about that question differ…here’s the point of view of Joel Cohen, Camerata’s emeritus director. Have a look!

…and here’s the interview!

Anne and Jordan discuss the Play of Daniel on WCVB’s City Line.

It’s an exciting time…

…for arts organizations in Boston!
Mayor Martin Walsh and Julie Burros, the city’s incoming arts czar, lay out their vision for the arts in Boston.

Nice mention of Anne and Jordan’s interview

…on WCVB.


November 21 and 23 at Trinity Church!



Beacon Hill merchants support the Boston Camerata!

Centaurs and humans alike are invited to patronize these worthy local businesses…

Graduate students from Longy’s…

Graduate students from Longy’s Early Music department will be Magi, Queens, and assorted Nobles in the Play of Daniel next week!

Colombia native Camila Parias sings Queen and Angel

Colombia native Camila Parias sings the roles of Queen and Angel in the Play of Daniel. She performs with La Donna Musicale, the Choir of the Church of the Advent, The Broken Consort, and Rumbarroco. Camila studied and performed with Benjamin Bagby and Sequentia at the Vancouver Early Music Festival in 2011, and last year joined Camerata for our European tour of “Borrowed Light”. She holds an M.M. from the Longy School of Music of Bard College.