Czech Mate! Music for Singers, Strings and Sackbuts from the Kremsier Archives

Nov 18 2012 - 7:30pm
Nov 18 2012 - 9:30pm


Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church
2000 Stover Street
Fort Collins, CO
United States
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Performers and/or Faculty: 
Seicento Baroque Ensemble & the Washington Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble; Evanne Browne, Artistic Director.  Amanda Balestrieri, soprano; Marjorie Bunday, alto; Christian Sanders, tenor; Robert Avrett, bass; Mimi Mitchell and Stacey Brady, baroque violin; Michael Holmes, Erik Schmalz, David Searle, sackbut; William Adams, dulcian; Lark Powers, organ

Seicento Baroque Ensemble, Colorado's premier choir to specialize in historically-informed performance practice, presents gems of the early baroque with Czech Mate! Music for Singers, Strings and SackbutsFrom an amazing but largely unfamiliar collection of choral compositions of the 17th century, the ensemble performs from the unpublished repertoire of the Kremsier Archives in the now Czech Republic.  With music by Rittler, Merula, Carissimi, Mielczewski and others, the successful new choir, Seicento, welcomes members of the Washington (DC) Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble Amsterdam-based baroque violinist Mimi Mitchell, vocal soloists Amanda Balestrieri, Marjorie Bunday, Robert Avrett, and recently-selected Artistic Apprentice in Early Music Performance, tenor Christian Sanders.
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Seicento Baroque Ensemble
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Evanne Browne
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P.O.Box 171
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