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Anna Carol Dudley

Anna Carol Dudley is a singer, teacher, UC Berkeley faculty emerita, San Francisco State University lecturer emerita, and director emerita of the San Francisco Early Music Society's Baroque Music Workshop.

Articles by this Author

Opera Review
March 10, 2015

In the second production of its inaugural season, Eileen Meredith's company delivered a well-cast double bill.

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Early Music/Baroque Review
February 25, 2015

The surprisingly grateful combination of voice and early brass instruments was the focus of a delicious concert of early 17th-century music.

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Early Music/Baroque Review
February 17, 2015

Three great musicians played familiar and unfamiliar works to great effect on Saturday.

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Choral Review
August 22, 2014

San Francisco Choral Society’s thoroughly prepared choristers sang a musically satisfying and powerful performance of the Brahms Requiem.

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Choral Review
April 13, 2014

In praise of Scarlatti, the estimable Voices of Music lament impressively.

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Choral Review
September 28, 2013

Clerestory performs a program, "The Bard," based entirely on the words of William Shakespeare — musical settings of Shakespeare, written by composers mostly born in the 20th century.

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Choral Review
March 22, 2013

Chalice Consort performed Friday in San Francisco with its new Director, Ragnar Bohlin, in a program of Roman Catholic Tenebrae Responsories by composer Tomás Luis de Victoria.

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Choral Review
November 2, 2012

The S.F. Girls Chorus' season opener, featuring Vivaldi's Gloria, was conducted by Jeffrey Thomas, the American Bach Soloists orchestra provided accompaniment, and soloists gave variety to the vocal fare.

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Festival Review
June 10, 2012

Jordi Savall explores the common musical threads between the Islamic Middle East and Europe, putting his extraordinary musical understanding in the service of sanity and humanity.

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Festival Review
June 3, 2012

Berkeley Festival steps out brightly with crafty Scottish songs and post-Baroque works for piano trio.

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Feature Article
June 1, 2012

Soprano Judith Nelson, one of the world’s most famous singers of Baroque music as the early music revival began, died peacefully May 28, at the close of a 12-year battle with Alzheimer’s disease.

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Choral Review
March 30, 2012

The men of Chanticleer sing movingly of war, paradise, Jerusalem, and Native Americans.

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Choral Review
March 16, 2012

A noted Bach choir delves into the Renaissance, with delightful results in its songs and madrigals.

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Choral Review
February 3, 2012

Massive choral forces perform a 16th-century Italian Mass, to splendid effect.

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Choral Review
January 8, 2012

Magi, rituals of Twelfth Night, and an engaging repertoire highlight a concert by the enthusiastic members of Coro Hispano.

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Chamber Orchestra/Orchestra Review
December 3, 2011

Bach’s Mass in B Minor receives a magnificent performance from forces of Philharmonia Baroque, with Chorale and soloists.

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Choral Review
November 6, 2011

A fine choral ensemble invites its audience to think about loved ones who have died, and sings about deliverance and rest.

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Chamber Orchestra/Orchestra Review
October 29, 2011

The Alaskan mezzo, backed by Philharmonia Baroque, launches brilliant vocal fireworks that burst into full bloom.

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Chamber Orchestra/Orchestra Review
September 16, 2011

Mark Morris' Dido and Aeneas was a treat for both eye and ear in its return to Cal Performances Friday night in Berkeley's Zellerbach Hall. And the star of the performance was Morris.

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Choral Review
June 17, 2011

Though they sing for love, members of the International Orange Chorale are masters of their craft, as shown by their luminous concert of Scandinavian music.

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