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Monteverdi’s Venice

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Monteverdi’s Venice

April 14 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

$10.00 – $30.00
Season finale: Monteverdi’s Venice
We’re sold out, but we are assembling a waiting list; if you’d like to be on that, please email treasurer@SeverallFriends.org. It’s not likely ticket holders will lose interest, but some do let us know they find they have other commitments.

SEASON FINALE

Monteverdi’s Venice

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Sunday, April 14, 4:00 pm
New Mexico School for the Arts, 500 Montezuma Av., Santa Fe
Admission $30 ($10 for students), sold on-line only at SeverallFriends.org

Immerse yourself in a mesmerizing showcase of compositions by the visionary geniuses who shaped the soundscape of 17th Century Venice.  At the turn of the 17th century Venice appeared to embody all that was glorious about European culture. Its architecture owed nothing to the Roman past, or, for that matter, to Northern Gothic building styles. It was exotic, being influenced by the East as much as the West. Its visual appeal was matched by the sounds that it made. There were the impressive outdoor processions of the Scuola Grande di San Rocco, and the raucous celebrations during the Carnival season. There were the new public opera houses,  the overwhelmingly beautiful singing which resounded in the churches and ospidale, and the private recitals to be heard in grand houses.

From the soul-stirring notes of Monteverdi to the vibrant melodies of Castello and Marini, this concert promises an unforgettable journey through time. Soprano Emily Noël and lutenist Michael Leopold will join our regular ensemble of Elizabeth Blumenstock and Stephen Redfield, violin; Mary Springfels, viola da gamba; and Kathleen Macintosh, harpsichord; in bringing these works to life.

Emily Noël
Soprano

Michael Leopold
Lutenist

Elizabeth Blumenstock
Violin

Stephen Redfield
Violin

David Felberg
Violinist

Mary Springfels
Viola da gamba

Kathleen McIntosh
Harpsichord

We’re sold out, but we are assembling a waiting list; if you’d like to be on that, please email treasurer@SeverallFriends.org. It’s not likely ticket holders will lose interest, but some do let us know they find they have other commitments.

Details

Date:
April 14
Time:
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Cost:
$10.00 – $30.00
Website:
https://www.severallfriends.org/event/monteverdis-venice-2/

Organizer

Severall Friends
Phone
(708) 989-1729
Email
treasurer@SeverallFriends.org

Venue

New Mexico School for the Arts
500 Montezuma Ave
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 United States
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