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About SalonEra

A salon experience for the 21st century, SalonEra stays timely and relevant in introducing a wide range of artists and performing traditions. Host Debra Nagy brings together regular contributors and special guests whose personalities, perspectives, and contributions set the stage for fascinating conversations and fulfilling artistic exchange. Unlimited by geography or program conventions, SalonEra is FULL of possibilities.

Introducing SalonEra

A musical salon experience for the 21st Century featuring conversation and collaboration! Airing every other Monday at 7:30pm EDT beginning August 24.

What's a salon?

What’s behind the concept for SalonEra? Join us for the debut episode on August 24 at 7:30pm EDT – an All-Bach episode featuring soprano Sherezade Panthaki, violinist Shelby Yamin, and SE Artists in Residence Mélisande Corriveau and Eric Milnes.

Creating New Opportunities

SalonEra is creating new opportunities for artistic collaboration – and sharing that work with audiences! Subscribe to our channel for the latest – and join us for the debut on August 24 at 7:30pm EDT!

What are you looking forward to?

SalonEra Guest Artists are excited about the show’s premiere this fall! Subscribe to our channel and join us for the debut episode LIVE on August 24 at 7:30pm!

All-Bach Debut Trailer

Salonera’s first show of the season, All-Bach debuts LIVE on August 24 at 7:30pm EDT.

Upcoming Shows

SalonEra is produced and live-streamed twice monthly.

Sept 21 @ 7:30pm ET

Passionate about imagining the cross-cultural sounds of music in the colonies, Cree-Métis baritone Jonathon Adams centers indigenous music in their early music practice. Combining music from a Métis songbook with selections by Marais, Purcell, and Bach, Jonathon will relate their personal journey to reconnect to Indigenous roots while recovering a history of cultural exchange and musical migration in late 17th- and 18th-century New France.

Oct 5 @ 7:30pm ET

Arnie Tanimoto gives us a guided tour of solo music for viol from the “Twilight Viol,” Mélisande Corriveau introduces the pardessus de viole, Patricia Neely explores a little-known work from Bohemian archives, and soprano Sherezade Panthaki beguiles with songs by Henry Purcell and William Byrd.

Oct 19 @ 7:30pm ET

Specialists Nell Snaidas (Soprano) and Laury Guttierez (viola da gamba) share their performances of Latin Baroque and Afro-Baroque music, while violinist Karin Cuellar Rendon explores 19th century Peruvian and Bolivian salon music.

Nov 2 @ 7:30pm ET

Picking up on themes from Les Délices’ Bewitched, soprano Hannah De Priest, tenor Karim Sulayman, baritone Jonathan Woody, and fortepianist Michael Pecak bring us art songs infused with the supernatural, including Schubert’s famous Die Erlkönig. Scholar Francesca Brittan, an expert on sonic histories of the supernatural, joins us for a fascinating evening!

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