-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
Tag Archives: Boston Early Music Festival
…Winners of EMA’s Unicorn Prize for Medieval and Renaissance Music, the duo Asteria (Sylvia Rhyne, soprano, and Eric Redlinger, tenor and lute) presented ‘Flower of Passion, Thorn of Despair,’ a beautifully enacted program of songs about ‘chivalry and courtly love … Continue reading
…Ms. Rhyne and Mr. Redlinger put across not only their music, Burgundian songs from the mid-15th century, but also a style of performance, intimate and deeply communicative. They sang these songs of love and loss as if to each other, yet drew a listener in completely, sealing the process with a meltingly beautiful rendition of Claudin de Sermisy’s “Languir Me Fais.” Continue reading