Nov 19

Holiday music has its origins in religious practices — both in the Christian and Jewish traditions. The first known Christmas hymns became part of services in fourth century Rome; in the 12th century a Parisian monk began to add Christmas-related lyrics to popular songs, creating the earliest carols.

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Nov 12

When jazz singer and Berkelee College of Music professor David Thorne Scott did a tour performing with the legendary Four Freshmen, he saw that vintage music — sassy and sweet, danceable and sophisticated — hits the spot for 21st century audiences.

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Oct 29

Most of us know at least a little something about Mozart. He’s what we think of when we hear “child prodigy.” He’s probably the most famous classical composer (aside from Beethoven, Bach and Brahms).

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Oct 22

From a choral repertoire spanning five centuries, Musica Sacra performs works both familiar and rare, with a crisp passion that awakens the listener to yearnings and joys, sorrows and delights—all that defines and inspires the best in human lives.

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