Twelfth Night: O Rosa Bella: Courtly and Sacred Music of the 15th-17th Centuries
Trinity Wall Street hosts New York City’s Annual Festival of Early Music with daily performances at Trinity Church and St. Paul’s Chapel in Lower Manhattan. The Festival features concerts by the Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra, under the direction of Julian Wachner, as well as Avi Stein, The Bishop’s Band, Cappella Romana, Clarion Music Society, Ensemble Viscera, Gotham Early Music Scene, Grand Harmonie, Holy Trinity Bach Vespers, NY Baroque Inc., Roomful of Teeth, Ryland Angel, and the Trinity Youth Chorus.
This Week: O Rosa Bella: Courtly and Sacred Music of the 15th-17th Centuries
Kathryn Montoya, Priscilla Herreid, Grant Herreid, and Erik Schmalz, recorders, sackbut, shawms, bagpipe, lute
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