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Italian Triptych: Classical Guitar with Nicolò Spera

St. Martin’s 25th season concludes with flair, performing Italian music for guitar and choir featuring classical guitar sensation Nicolò Spera in Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco’s iconic Romancero Gitano, with texts by Federico García Lorca, as well as two world premieres: Materna by Nicola Campogrande, a four-movement work inspired by four Renaissance paintings of the Madonna and Child; and Nulla Sors Longa Es by Nicola […]

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Italian Triptych: Classical Guitar with Nicolò Spera

St. Martin’s 25th season concludes with flair, performing Italian music for guitar and choir featuring classical guitar sensation Nicolò Spera in Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco’s iconic Romancero Gitano, with texts by Federico García Lorca, as well as two world premieres: Materna by Nicola Campogrande, a four-movement work inspired by four Renaissance paintings of the Madonna and Child; and Nulla Sors Longa Es by Nicola […]

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¡Fiesta Mexicana! From Baroque to Mariachi

St. Martin’s presents music of the Mexican Baroque!  On Friday night’s concert, ONE NIGHT ONLY, St. Martin’s is joined by Mariachi Los Correcaminos, performing traditional Mariachi music, as well as the world premiere of a stylistically hybrid work written for both ensembles.  (Note: Mariachi Los Correcaminos joins St. Martin’s Friday evening only. Saturday night’s concert is […]

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¡Fiesta Mexicana! From Baroque to Mariachi

St. Martin’s presents music of the Mexican Baroque!  On Friday night’s concert, ONE NIGHT ONLY, St. Martin’s is joined by Mariachi Los Correcaminos, performing traditional Mariachi music, as well as the world premiere of a stylistically hybrid work written for both ensembles.  (Note: Mariachi Los Correcaminos joins St. Martin’s Friday evening only. Saturday night’s concert is […]

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Consonance & Dissonance

St. Martin’s Chamber Choir joined with nine other choral organizations across the U.S. to commission Los Angeles composer J.A.C. Redford in a new work for chorus, piano and cello, The Destruction of Sennacherib, the text by Lord Byron.  With this concert set St. Martin’s performs the work’s regional premiere.  Jean Berger’s quirky and playful Skelton Poems for piano […]

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Consonance & Dissonance

St. Martin’s Chamber Choir joined with nine other choral organizations across the U.S. to commission Los Angeles composer J.A.C. Redford in a new work for chorus, piano and cello, The Destruction of Sennacherib, the text by Lord Byron.  With this concert set St. Martin’s performs the work’s regional premiere.  Jean Berger’s quirky and playful Skelton Poems for piano […]

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A Marian Christmas: Maiden & Mother

St. Martin’s offers Christmas music by female composers, in honor of Mary, providing a uniquely feminine insight into the Nativity – with renowned organist Richard Robertson. This concert marks the 20th anniversary of St. Martin’s first – and most beloved – CD recording, A Marian Christmas.

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A Marian Christmas: Maiden & Mother

St. Martin’s offers Christmas music by female composers, in honor of Mary, providing a uniquely feminine insight into the Nativity – with renowned organist Richard Robertson. This concert marks the 20th anniversary of St. Martin’s first – and most beloved – CD recording, A Marian Christmas.

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A Marian Christmas: Maiden & Mother

St. Martin’s offers Christmas music by female composers, in honor of Mary, providing a uniquely feminine insight into the Nativity – with renowned organist Richard Robertson. This concert marks the 20th anniversary of St. Martin’s first – and most beloved – CD recording, A Marian Christmas.

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A Marian Christmas: Maiden & Mother

St. Martin’s offers Christmas music by female composers, in honor of Mary, providing a uniquely feminine insight into the Nativity – with renowned organist Richard Robertson. This concert marks the 20th anniversary of St. Martin’s first – and most beloved – CD recording, A Marian Christmas.

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