Concert Ticket Order Form

Order your concert tickets now!  All concerts at 7:30 in Evans Concert Hall in Cummings Arts Center, except where noted. Single tickets are $20 general admission, $15 for students and seniors.  Series subscription (8 concerts) is $120 general admission, and $100 for students and seniors. Tickets will be held under your name at the door on the night of the concert.  

Concert Series Subscription
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$120
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Tuesday 7.7 L'Aria del Gran Duca
A fabulous solo recital by Paolo Pandolfo, world-renowned virtuoso of the viol. Works by Abel, J.S. Bach, Marais, De Machy, D. Ortiz/Pandolfo, and Hume.
$20
$15
Thursday 7.9 Il Giorno Felice
Italian Baroque music performed by the Amherst Baroque Soloists, including Julianne Baird, soprano; Aisslinn Nosky, violin; Saskia Coolen and Reine-Marie Verhagen, recorder; Wilbert Hazelzet, flute; Debra Nagy, oboe; Wouter Verschuren, bassoon; Sarah Freiberg, cello; Richard Stone, lute; Arthur Haas and Peter Sykes, harpsichord.
$20
$15
July 11-12 Music & Instrument Exhibition (in Crozier Student Center, free)
Instrument makers and dealers, music publishers and organizations.
Friday 7.10 Baroque Opera: Handel's Il pastor fido 8:00 p.m.
Lovesick shepherds of ancient Arcadian Greece are featured in this pastoral opera seria, based on the epic 16th-century poem by Guarini. Staged, with AEMF student singers, dancers, and orchestra. Drew Minter, director; Kevin Mallon, music director; Dorothy Olsson and Kaspar D. Mainz, dance directors; Ronnie Snader, costumes; and Lawrence Rosenwald, texts.
$20
$15
Saturday 7.11 Amherst Early Music Faculty Concert I
Hear many top early music performers in one evening. Expect the unexpected! Medieval to Baroque Italian and Spanish music, followed by the Workshop Collegium, directed by Grant Herreid, performing music of Gastoldi, Rossi, Wert, and Monteverdi.
$20
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Monday 7.13 Palestrina's Missa Papae Marcelli
New York Polyphony, the Grammy-nominated men’s vocal quartet, expands to six voices to present Palestrina’s famous Mass for the Council of Trent, as well as Victoria’s motet O quam gloriosum.
$20
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Thursday 7.16 From Bassano to Corelli: Three Centuries of the Recorder in Italy
Three Centuries of the Recorder in Italy The flauto dolce in diminutions and ricercatas, virtuosic early 17th c. canzonas, and Baroque sonatas. Directed by Reine-Marie Verhagen, with Festival faculty.
$20
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Friday 7.17 The Celestial Lyre of Orpheus
Delightful songs and instrumental pieces running the gamut of 15th and 16th-century styles. Singers, lutes, viols, winds, and percussion will resonate in imitation of the Harmony of the Spheres. Semi-staged, with faculty and student singers and lutenists. Directed by Grant Herreid.
$20
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Saturday 7.18 Amherst Early Music Faculty Concert II
Hear many top early music performers in one evening. Expect the unexpected! Medieval to Baroque Italian and Spanish music, performed by AEMF faculty, followed by the Workshop Collegium, directed by Ross Brownlee, performing Monteverdi’s 1650 Messa a 4 voci.
$20
$15