Jennifer Paulino

SOPRANO

"I found it impossible to resist the bright gleam and supple phrasing of soprano Jennifer Paulino’s aria...”

— San Diego Story

“Soprano Jennifer Paulino’s voice has a fine-textured tone, focused and even. Her singing was expressive, her technique fluent”

— San Francisco Classical Voice

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"The Dancing Master" BFX FRINGE

  • ST. CLEMENT’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 2837 Claremont Blvd ( near Ashby) Berkeley, CA USA (map)

Solo Soprano Cantatas of J.S. Bach and French Dance of the 18th cent

On the closing day of Berkeley Festival Fringe, Nash Baroque and guest soprano, Jennifer Paulino, will explore with period dance troupe, the San Francisco Renaissance Dancers, influences of 18th century French dance forms on the music of J.S. Bach.  The solo cantatas of Bach are a particularly rich trove in which to find French dance forms and new connections will be sought between selected soprano arias and dances that Bach would have known.  Audiences will be transported to a time when this collaboration between music and dance flourished, illustrating what composers and dancing masters of the baroque era thought to be a perfect harmony of artistic expression.  In a more contemplative mood, the program will also include the sublime cantata for solo soprano,  “Ich Habe Genug”  BWV82a.

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Earlier Event: June 3
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