Nov 18 2012 - 4:00pm
Nov 18 2012 - 5:30pm
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Emmanuel Parish Church
16 Washington St.Cumberland, MD, 21502
Performers and/or Faculty:
Frostburg Univ. Chamber Choir, Elizabeth Baber, soprano (NYC), Daniel Moody, countertenor (Baltimore), Josh Ruppencamp, tenor, Ryan Mullaney, bass-baritone, Charles Weaver, lute & theorbo (NYC), Lyle Nordstrom, lute & theorb
Mountainside Baroque’s 2012-2013 concert series will continue with a program entitled “Music from the Royal Courts of England" on Sunday, November 18 beginning at 4 p.m.in Cumberland, Maryland. This concert, in a seasonal tribute to St. Cecilia, the patron saint of music, will celebrate the profusion of wonderful music from the English Courts, encompassing the reigns of Henry VIII through William & Mary. Joined by the Frostburg State University Chamber Choir (Karen Soderberg-Sarnaker, director), the concert centerpiece will be Henry Purcell’s beautiful ode for St. Cecilia’s Day (November 22), “Welcome to all Pleasures.” The concert will feature music by Henry VIII himself as well as motets and madrigals by William Byrd, the “Royal Consorts” by William Lawes for violins, viols and lutes as well as lute duets by Queen Elizabeth’s royal “luter,” John Johnson.
Presented By:Mountainside Baroque, Cumberland, Maryland
$10 general admission; $7 students/EMA members. Available at the door.
Discount to EMA Members:yes
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