Friday, 27 October, at 7:30pm
Music for Broken Consort

One of the more lively forms of music popular ca 1600 in England was the broken consort. Unlike a consort of viols or recorders, where all instruments were of the same family, albeit of various sizes, a broken consort consists of instruments of various types, lutes, viols, violins, etc.

The program features music by William Lawes, Matthew Locke, Peter Phillips, Thomas Morley, and Christopher Simpson, among others. Rounding out the program of ensemble works are unaccompanied solo pieces for gamba, lute, and violin.

Other featured artists are: Kathryn Sytsma and Todd Borgerding, viola da gamba; Rocky Mjos, lute; Seth Warner, lute; Mary Jo Carlsen, violin; and Eric LaPerna, percussion.

Tickets available via Brown Paper Tickets

Torres meets Tárrega
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at the Brooklin Inn, Brooklin, Maine
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• Contact the Brooklin Inn for ticket information

Folk song as art song
• With Mezzo-soprano Joëlle Morris
• Music of Britten, da Falla, Seiber, Llobet, and Fortea
• Thursday, April 5, 2018 at 12:15
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• First Parish Church, 425 Congress St, Portland
• Admission free

Folk song as art song
• With Mezzo-soprano Joëlle Morris
• Guitar songs of Britten, da Falla, and Seiber & folk-inspired solos by Llobet and Fortea
• Sunday, April 8, 2018 at 4pm
Unitarian Universalist Community Church
• 69 Winthrop St, Augusta, Maine
• Tickets: $10 followed by a reception

Folk song as art song
• With Mezzo-soprano Joëlle Morris
• Guitar songs of Britten, da Falla, and Seiber & folk-inspired solos by Llobet and Fortea
Colby College Art Museum
• Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at 12pm
• Colby College, Waterville
• Phone: (207) 859-5670
• Free admission

 

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