Recorders/Early Music MetroWest's second meeting of the year is on Saturday, November 13, with the theme "Music the Pilgrims ran away from" focussing on the rich heritage of late 16th and early 17th century English music, with a little foray to Amsterdam for some Dutch treats.
Guest coaches Eric Haas, Emily O'Brien and Sarah Cantor lead recorder consorts in madrigals, anthems, psalm settings and instrumental consorts. This playing meeting offers three consorts by graded level; a fourth coach will be added if registration is high.
Special guest Heinrich Christensen (King's Chapel, Boston) will lead a
choral morning sampling works by Cornysh, Tallis, Byrd, Gibbons,
Sweelinck, Estocard and others. Music is available in advance (sent as PDF).
Please RSVP to 978/264-0584 or sheilabb(at)earthlink(dot)net by Wednesday, November 10 if you plan to attend. Don't forget your music stand and a pencil!
$15 consort visitors (applicable to membership)
$18 Choral morning; $12 R/EMM Members
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$85 Seniors & College Students
$45 Choral Affiliates
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$30 Junior Memberships or $5/meeting
for young players in grade 5 and up
Our next meeting is December 11. R/EMM's program for 2010-2011 is available at http://www.recordersearlymusic.org.