The Glory of the Renaissance
Saturday, February 24, 2018 • 7:30pm | Immaculate Conception Church, 400 Saratoga Rd. Glenville NY
Some of the most glorious and inspiring choral music ever written comes from the time of the Renaissance, known for a rejuvenation of arts, music, and writing. The Renaissance formed a bridge between the Middle Ages and the modern world.
Twelve of Auriel Camerata’s talented singers present a stunning and diverse program of sacred music and a selection of madrigals from Europe and the United Kingdom. Come take in the ‘Glory of the Renaissance’ with us!
The program includes: Selig sind die Toten, Heinrich Schütz; Nesciens Mater, Walter Lambe; Lætentur Coeli, William Byrd; Short Service in A-flat, Orlando Gibbons; When David Heard, Thomas Tomkins; Sing We and Chant It, Thomas Morley, and much more.
$25 General Admission
$15 for students (age 12-22) at the door