The Boston Early Music Festival (BEMF) is now universally recognized as a leader in the field of early music. Through a wide array of acclaimed performances, exciting and educational events, and Grammy-nominated opera recordings, BEMF has earned its place as North America’s premier presenting organization for conservators and performers of music of the Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and Classical periods and has secured Boston’s reputation as “America’s early music capital” (The Boston Globe).
Jordi Savall & Les Concert des Nations Concert - February 24, 2019
Tous les matins du monde. Viol legend Jordi Savall revisits Alain Corneau’s 1991 film Tous les matins du monde in a stunning program of music from the French Baroque. The award-winning motion picture explored the often tense relationship between viol master Marin Marais and his mentor Sainte-Colombe, with Savall and Le Concert des Nations providing the crucial soundtrack. Over 27 years after the movie’s premiere, Savall has assembled some of the world’s finest musicians for an evocative program featuring music by these extraordinary composers and other French Baroque masters, including Jean-Baptiste Lully, François Couperin, and Jean-Marie Leclair.
Special Note: On Saturday Februrary 23 at 7pm, Tous les matins du monde will screen at the Harvard Film Archive in Cambridge.
Ticket Prices: $75, $55, $45, $25
Students and Seniors (age 63 and older): $5 OFF any price section. Student Rush: $10 begins 90 minutes prior to concert.