Simfoniæ Romanæ: 17th Century Instrumental Music From Rome

Jun 13 2013 - 7:30pm
Jun 13 2013 - 8:30pm

Location(s)

Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center
130 Center Street
Vineyard Haven, MA, 02568
United States
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Performers and/or Faculty: 
Passamezzo Moderno: Jonathan Davis, harpsichord; David Granger, dulcian; Edwin Huizinga and Adriane Post, violins

Simfoniæ Romanæ: 17th Century Instrumental Music From Rome

Rome was a vibrant musical center during the seventeenth-century, primarily due to the Catholic Church's patronage. Great instrumentalists, such as Girolamo Frescobaldi and Hieronymus Kapsberger, made Rome their home. Other famous instrumentalists, like the lutenist Lelio Colista, became fabulously wealthy. Works also by G. A. Leoni, Alessandro Stradella, C. A. Lonati and Carlo Mannelli. 

Presented By: 
Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center
Phone: 
508-693-0745
Pricing
Cost: 
$18
Discount to EMA Members: 
No