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June 9, 2014 at 8:00 AM

2 seasons that early-music fans can’t miss

Longtime fixture Early Music Guild and relative newcomer Pacific MusicWorks have announced their 2014-15 concert seasons. EMG, whose mission includes presentation of music that originated in the Middle Ages through the 18th century, kicks off its International Series on Nov. 15 with “Metamorfosi Musicali.” The musicians of the group Constantinople will perform 17th-century works with guest soprano Suzie LeBlanc at Town Hall Seattle that night.

PMW opens its season on Nov. 7 with “Monteverdi Book 8 — Songs of Love and War,” at Benaroya’s Nordstrom Recital Hall. The company, whose primary focus is baroque opera and oratorio, will continue its collaboration activities in the new season, too, combining talents with Early Music Vancouver and the UW School of Music.

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