BIPOC singers, and singers of all gender identities, are especially invited to audition and join us for this season. Our 2022-23 repertoire includes a fall program of Renaissance-era music from Latin America, in partnership with the BMC’s EOS Project, including works in the indigenous Quechua and Nahuatl languages, and in Latin, by Gaspar Fernandes, Pedro Bermudez, and Juan Gutierrez de Padilla. Our spring 2023 program pairs Renaissance-era works with later music inspired by it, including music by Victoria, Tallis, Palestrina, and Morley, as well as Reena Esmail, P.D.Q. Bach, William Harris, Anton Bruckner, and a newly-commissioned work by Kitty Brazelton.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (802) 257-4523 to learn more or to schedule an audition.er identities, are especially invited to join for this, our inaugural season. Our repertoire for the 2021-22 season will include sacred and secular works by Josquin des Prez, Orlando di Lasso, Cristobal de Morales, Vittoria Aleotti, Tomas Luis de Victoria, Vicente Lusitano, Maddalena Casulana, Juan del Encina, and more!
Music Director Jonathan Harvey
Dr. Jonathan Harvey is the founding Music Director of the Brattleboro Camerata. In addition to his work with the Camerata, he is also Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Choirs at Fitchburg State University, and Music Director of the Brattleboro Concert Choir.
Jonathan’s dedication to early music has inspired his research, presentations, and recordings of the music of Venetian Renaissance composer Adrian Willaert, his published work on music of Orlando di Lasso and C.P.E. Bach, and his frequent performances of Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque repertoire. His commissioning projects, composer collaborations, and frequent performances of new and contemporary works are a testament to his commitment to ensuring that classical music is a living, breathing art form.