Myths & Miracles: Magical Thinking and the Medieval Mind

Mar 25 2011 - 8:00pm
Mar 25 2011 - 10:00pm

Location(s)

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Capitol Hill
118 3rd St. SE
Washington, DC
United States
See map: Google Maps
Performers and/or Faculty: 
Armonia Nova: Constance Whiteside, director, medieval harp; Marjorie Bunday, alto; Jean Cioffi, recorders, early viols; Allison Mondel, soprano

Armonia Nova, a Washington D.C. based ensemble of period instruments and voices, performs the third program in its series on medieval women in music, with a concert exploring the medieval belief in the miraculous, a world of allegorical thought and hidden meanings, intervoven through songs of the natural world and the people and animals that inhabit it.  A nightingale, a panther in league with Jupiter and Mars, a unicorn, a turltle dove flying over a meadow, music written in the shape of a harp, a marvelous serpent - evoke images full of meaning and wonder for the inhabitants of this world.  Armonai Nova invites you to see the world through medieval eyes, to experience the marvelous.

This concert is presented in honor of EMA's 25th Annniversary.

Presented By: 
Armonia Nova, Inc. in honor of the 25th Anniversary of EMA
Phone: 
434-286-9004
Pricing
Cost: 
$20/$15students
Discount to EMA Members: 
No
Contact Person: 
Constance Whiteside
Contact Address: 
106 Jim Lane Road
Contact City: 
Scottsville
Contact State/Province: 
VA
Contact Zip/Postal Code: 
24590
Contact Country: 
USA
Contact Phone Number: 
434-286-9004
Contact Email: 
cwHarps@ix.netcom.com