…as Camerata gears up for its 60th anniversary reason. Please have a look at our schedule.

We’ll be featuring (among other events) a reprise of “The Sacred Bridge” and its intercultural cast…..but the first item of business is going to be Anne’s brilliant new production of “The Play of Daniel.” Initial rehearsals for that event begin in just a few days.

You won’t want to miss ANY of these performances, so please do join us on the dance floor and sign up for a season subscription. There are still a few days left to get special, discounted prices! We look forward to seeing you!


This just in
from the national magazine, “Early Music America.”


The CyberCentaur checks this page fr…

The CyberCentaur checks this page frequently, and he notes that over the last few days, it soared past 750 “likes.” How lovely, he thinks, for The Boston Camerata to have so many friends and wellwishers in cyberspace. Well, we like you right back. Have a good week!

An appreciation of Frans Brüggen

by Camerata’s Music Director Emeritus, Joel Cohen
Here are a few videos:


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Frans Brueggen Remembered

Frans Brueggen directed The Boston Camerata in the late 1970′s, in one of his first ventures as conductor. He also collaborated as narrator during the first production of “A Renaissance Christmas.” We remember him as a superb musician, and a supremely intelligent and inquisitive human being.


The Music Director Emeritus is pleased…

…to see Camerata in the movies :-) And to have the film win one of the three major festival awards. We had a great time at our annual after party, where we announced the 2014 winners! Thanks to Tasty Burger Harvard Square for sponsoring the event.


“A Chair Fit for an Angel” wins at MassIFF

A new documentary film featuring music and onscreen performance by The Boston Camerata has just won an important award at the Massachusetts Independent Film Festival. In a Harvard Square ceremony, “A Chair Fit for an Angel,” by director Raymond Saint Jean, was named Best Documentary!



Last night, August 9, at the Massachusetts International Film Festival, “A Chair for an Angel” was named Best Documentary Film at the Harvard Square ceremony. Joel Cohen was there to accept the award on behalf of director Raymond Saint Jean, the production crew and the performing artists, and to bring home, as compensation, a few ounces of bubbly. Congratulations to all!



A Chair Fit For an Angelat Brattle Theatre, dir: Raymond St Jean [75 min]

A feast for the eyes, A Chair Fit For An Angel explores the cultural heritage of the American Shakers through dance, singing, architecture, woodworking, and features artists who keep their legacy alive.


Wonderful Early American Songs And Hymns

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Verdant Grove

Nature and the Seasons in Early New England