The Troubadours Have Returned!

Last spring, Cappella Clausura was proud to offer our Troubadours 2021 Virtual Series, which featured ten episodes of cross-cultural music alongside artist interviews. This fall, we are thrilled to be able to offer these riveting pieces– along with some new additions– to in-person audiences.

 

Join us for the live premiere of these pieces and experience a blend of music unlike any other: jazz, hip-hop, classical European, and more.

TROUBADOURS 2021

November 13th @ 8 PM: Eliot Church in Newton

November 14th @ 4 PM: Emmanuel Church in Boston

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COVID-19 Public Safety Policies

The safety and comfort of our patrons is always our top priority. To that end, we'll be implementing the following policies to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at our concerts:

 

Cappella Clausura is joining with Emmanuel Church, as well as many other arts organizations in the Greater Boston area, in requiring all patrons, staff members, and performers to provide either paper or electronic documentation verifying that they are fully vaccinated. No one will be admitted without this documentation.

 

Additionally, all patrons will be required to wear well-fitted masks over their nose and mouth at all times in the concert venue, including throughout the performance.

 

We will be reducing seating capacity in order to maintain social distancing and will be transitioning over to digital tickets. Please check back in for more specific information about ticket purchasing as we get closer to our first concert.

 

We are glad to offer free ticket exchanges and refunds for all in-person performances, and will be expanding our virtual offerings this season to ensure that all of our patrons can experience our music, no matter where they are.

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CHRYSALIS

Join us for a new season of live performances!

Four Original Programs of Astounding Music

This year, we are proud to crack open the classical canon with a variety of new works by women. With vibrant performances of music spanning continents and centuries, Artistic Director Amelia LeClair will lead our ensemble in a celebration of live, in-person performances.

We invite you to join us for in-person concerts on Saturday evenings at our beloved Eliot Church in Newton, Sunday afternoon concerts at the renowned and COVID-safe Emmanuel Church in Boston, or for our virtual offerings online.

Troubadours 2021

November 13 & 14

Renaissance Portraits

January 15 & 16

Her Story

March 19 & 20

Psalms and Requiems

May 14 & 15

“We re-embark with more astounding music from the minds and hearts of brilliant women. This is the most educational and beautiful entertainment you can get!”
–Amelia LeClair, Artistic Director

Cappella Clausura Stands with #BlackVoicesMatter

Click here to read more about our commitment to anti-racism and community outreach.

"Rich and resplendent...shines a light on forgotten female composers..."          

- Boston Globe

"...top-notch...precise tuning...long, beautifully shaped lines..."
- Boston Musical Intelligencer