Music of the Final Judgment and Rejoicing in the Torah - the music of Salamone Rossi, Abraham Caceres, Carlo Grossi and others

Oct 6 2013 - 4:00pm
Oct 6 2013 - 6:00pm


Congregation Sha'ar Zahav
290 Dolores Street
San Francisco, CA
United States
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San Francisco Renaissance Voices (Todd Jolly, music director) with San Francisco Renaissance Dancers (Jennifer Meller, director) and guest artist Diana Rowan, Celtic harp

Our annual All Souls/All Saints program takes a twist for our 2013-14 Season, "Kol Israel:  The Voice of Judaism in Early Music" with this exciting season opener featuring rarely-heard cantatas and motets for the celebrations of Hoshana Rabbah and Sichat Torah, including Carlo Grossi’s 1681 Cantata Ebraica (Venice), Avraham Caceres’ L’Eil Eilim (Amsterdam), and selections from the dramatic 1733 Italian cantata Dio, Clemenza e Rigore (Casale Monferrato), as well as medieval Jewish chant and motets for the holy days by Salamone Rossi.  This concert also features the music of the Psalms and Songs of Solomon by Renaissance masters as well as by our very own Music Director and noted composer Todd Jolly.
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$25 general, $20 student/senior
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$5 off any ticket price with membership card
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San Francisco Renaissance Voices
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1329 Seventh Avenue
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