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Amanda Forsythe and Cecilia Duarte both smile widely. They both have long dark brown hair and warm brown eyes. Dorothee Mields smizes at the camera with her green eyes. She has long hair like the other two sopranos, but it's a light strawberry blonde. On the bottom half on the frame, nine members of the Tiburtina Ensemble stand in a line with their hands on each others shoulders. They each look unique, but they all smile at the camera.
Tatiana Daubek: Forsythe; Ashkan Image: Duarte; Annelies van der Vegt: Mields; Vojtěch Havlík: Tiburtina Ensemble
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On WCRB In Concert with the Boston Early Music Festival, the Prague-based women's ensemble Tiburtina sings medieval music by Hildegard von Bingen, and Renaissance Italy bursts into musical life through the singing of Amanda Forsythe, Cecilia Duarte, and Dorothee Mields.
Side view of a silver piccolo trumpet resting vertically on a trumpet stand, with other trumpets in the background
Lucas Alexander
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Emmett G. Price III and Rhiannon Giddens sit onstage together in GBH's Fraser Performance Studio.
GBH Music and Boston Lyric Opera presented MacArthur “Genius Grant” recipient and Grammy Award-winning musician and composer Rhiannon Giddens.
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 This is a photograph of a young violinist. She has long blonde hair. She is standing outdoors amid mountains. She is holding her violin as she looks into the expanse of nature.
Together with pianist Llewellyn Sanchez–Werner, Eldbjørg Hemsing takes the audience on an extraordinary sonic journey to her homeland while exploring themes of environmentalism, climate change, and our connection to nature.
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