Here it is – almost August in this sublime Seattle summer (seeming determined to help us forget one of the dreariest winters ever here) and we at PMW are packing up to head off to Whidbey Island tomorrow morning (August 1st) to rehearse for concerts there on the weekend: August 4th and 6th our Spanish […]
It’s my favorite time in the two-year cycle around the Boston Early Music Festival – the July after the Festival! And being home and free in the beautiful mild Seattle summer means both rest and recreation with the family, as well as free space to dream about the future and prepare for the season to […]
Since May 15th, Gilbert Blin, Paul O’Dette and I have been leading rehearsals of our most ambitious Boston Early Music Festival Opera to date: Andre Campra’s Opera-Ballet called Le Carnaval de Venise.
Celebrating 10 years – PMW Annual Fundraiser
September 16th, 5pm
Resonance at SOMA Towers. (http://resonance.events/the-space/)
“Under the dynamic conducting of Stubbs, the whole became a memorable performance, one not easily forgotten.” – Philippa Kiraly, City Arts Online
The Monteverdi 1610 Vespers played to two full houses: one in Vancouver B.C and the other at St James Cathedral in Seattle. “A Vespers full of commitment and love from Stephen Stubbs” – vanclassicalmusic.com “Monteverdi Vespers soar Joyfully in St. James Cathedral” – thesunbreak.com
The debut of this troupe and this concept in March was a particular audience favorite, leading us to thoughts of future revivals for touring and recording.
Stephen and Maxine went to LA in February and returned with a Grammy win for Best Opera Recording