Hm, snow. Might as well stay inside and listen to some music, right?
Friday: Harry Christophers and Handel & Haydn have put together a very interesting program called "Harry's Vocal Voyage" contrasting Victoria and Poulenc. The full program is here. On Friday they will be at the Saint Cecilia Church in Boston at 8 pm (the program repeats on Saturday and Sunday.)
Also on Friday: Tallis Scholars, Unicorn Singers.
Saturday: Cappella Clausura is presenting a program featuring works of Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, and also a premiere by local composer Dorothy Crawford on the papers of America's first poet, Anne Bradstreet. At the Episcopal Parish of the Messiah in Newton at 8 pm. (The program repeats on Sunday.)
Also on Saturday: Boston Saengerfest Men's Chorus and the Boston City Singers, Boston University Choral Ensembles.
Sunday: The Seraphim Singers, with the Saint Paul Choir and the Orchestra of Emmanuel Music, will present Bach's St. John Passion. At 3 pm at St. Paul's Catholic Church in Harvard Square, Cambridge.
Also on Sunday: Belmont Open Sings (Fauré Requiem), Cappella Clausura, Concordia Consort, Family Folk Chorale, Unicorn Singers, Vox Lucens.
And on Tuesday, the Bridgewater State College Chamber Singers will be at King's Chapel.
P.S. If you are in Providence this Sunday, check out this concert by Boston Hausmusik, featuring a newly restored Broadwood English grand piano from 1806 and the organist at my church, Sylvia Berry!
Did I miss anything? Leave it in the comments!