Saturday, Sept 9, 2017 – 15:00 PM
My Heart Remains With You
Medieval Love Songs Inspired By Arthurian Romance
La Chapelle Notre-Dame des Septs Dormants
7 Place Sainte Barbe, 71400 Autun
Thursday, November 16, 2017 – 3:00pm
“Thursdays@Three” – hosted by Christa Wessel
Live interview with All Classical Portland
(audience tickets: first come, first served)
89.9 FM in Portland and on allclassical.org
Saturday, November 18, 2017 – 8:00pm
“My heart remains with you;
Medieval love songs inspired by Arthurian Romance”
Alix Goolden Hall
Victoria Conservatory of Music
Early Music Society of the Islands
Eager for new music from Asteria?
Worry not – we are busy this summer 2017 arranging and recording our 5th CD, an album of medieval English songs from the time of Richard III.
An often overlooked repertoire because of the relative paucity of English sources from this time, these gems will surprise you with their clever melodies and dramatic lyrics. Worth the wait!
Living a Dream in Burgundy
-The New York Times
“Captivating and intimate…”
“Asteria gave a brilliant performance – an exquisite feast for the eyes, the ears, the mind and the heart.”
-Kathy Gaubatz, President, Miami Bach Society
“Asteria was wonderful! Their concert was magical and mesmerizing. Their workshop was informative, well organized, and inspiring for my students.”
-Mark Cudek, Peabody Conservatory
Monthly Archives: November 2008
“the music of Asteria still haunts . . .”
Classical Music with Walter Parker (listen online) Friday, 11/14/08 10am Veteran host Walter Parker presents the best in classical music, from familiar favorites to little-known gems. Regular live performances from the VPR Performance Studio add spice to the repertoire.
by BENJAMIN POMMERANCE It’s the stuff that fairy tales are made of. Boy meets girl. Boy and girl rendezvous in an enchanted place, joining in harmony beneath the clear blue sky. Boy and girl decide to meet again, and again, … Continue reading
By JUDITH ORINGER Eric Redlinger, luthiste et ténor, et Sylvia Rhyne, soprano, forment, à la scène comme à la ville, un couple d’une grande poésie, soudé par un amour commun de la musique médiévale. Leur formation, Asteria, en concert vendredi … Continue reading