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Online Store announced
Online Store is now open!

April, 2014 — Hildegard Publishing is excited to announce that our brand new web store is now online and available at:

Now it's easier than ever to order items from our catalog. You'll still receive great service from our agent, Theodore Presser Company, who will process and send your items. However, we welcome the opportunity to get to know our customers directly and work with you to better serve your needs!

Concert Calendar:

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March 25, 2017 7pm The Resonance Project
Pineapple Yoga Studio, 517 S Pineapple Ave, Sarasota, FL 34236
This music trio breathes new life into ancient music from around the world, connecting audiences with places of old without the filter of museum glass. Their vision draws from sacred folk traditions, Celtic, Gregorian chant, old spanish, and the sacred Feminine.
Performers: Stephanie Heidemann, Michael Rutherford & Julian Douglas
February 11, 2017 2:00 p.m. String quartet works by VCFA Musical Composition MFA students
Vermont College of Fine Arts, College Hall Chapel, 36 College Street, Montpelier, VT 0
String quartets by: Tamara Cashour, Peter Karp, Giovanni Tabor, Mario Inchausti, Jesse Mitchell, Rob Grieve
Performers: Spektral String Quartet: Clara Lyon, violin; Maeve Feinberg, violin; Doyle Armbrust, viola; Russ Rolen, cello.
January 7, 2017 1pm NY Premiere of Artemisia
St. Paul's Chapel, 209 Broadway at Fulton St, New York, NY
The cast includes Patricia Green as Artemisia Gentileschi, Marnie Breckenridge as Susanna, Andrew Garland as Agostino Tassi, Andrew Fuchs as Tomasso, Jonathan Woody as Cosimo di Medici, and Christopher Sokołowski as Occulist, with Emily Birsan, William Anderson and Joan Forsyth featured in moments from Barbara Strozzi's Che si può fare. The lighting design is by Leni Schwendinger.
Performers: Trinity Wall Street and NOVUS NY, directed by Julian Wachner
November 13, 2016 4:30 Salon Concerts
Austin, Texas
Louise Farrenc's Quintet No. 2. The concert will be repeated Mon. 14 at 7:00 pm and Tuesday Noon. Also on the program: Rachmaninoff Trio élégiaque No. 1 for Piano, Violin, and Cello; Tom Johnson's "Failing: a very difficult piece for solo string bass", and Howard Hanson's Concerto da camera, Op 7
Performers: Annie Chalex Boyle, van; Bruce Williams, vla; Douglas Harvey, VC Jessica Valis, bass, Colette Valentine, piano, Kathryn Mishell, piano
Website: salon
November 13, 2016 3:00pm An Afternoon with Colorado Composers
Highlands United Methodist Church, Denver, CO
The concert is filled with works from living Colorado composers. The line up includes an arrangement of The Reason We're Singing by Michael Frank, arranged by Loretta Notareschi, How Can I Keep From Singing? arranged by Misty L. Dupuis, and O, Frisco by Misty L. Dupuis with poetry by Gertrude Millard.
Performers: Rhythm of Life Community Chorus
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