• Type of music played: Renaissance
  • Type of Ensemble: Chamber ensemble
  • Number of players in group: 5-6
  • Fee range of programs: ask for a quote
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Name of performers in the ensemble and the instruments they play: 
John Tyson - Recorders, Pipe & Tabor Douglas Freundlich - Lute, Cuíca Laura Gulley - Violin Nancy Hurrell - Harps James Johnston - Violin, Viola Daniel Rowe - 'Cello Miyuki Tsurutani - Harpsichord, Recorders Maris Wolff, Mark Mindek, Ken Pierce, Camilla Finlay - Dancers
Paragraph about the ensemble: 
Acknowledged as a leading ensemble of Renaissance chamber music, dance music, and improvisation, Renaissonics tours to enthusiastic acclaim worldwide. "A virtuoso treat" -The Canberra Times, AUSTRALIA "A brilliant ensemble" -Early Music Review, ENGLAND “a great groove!” -The Boston Globe, USA "Authenticity, rigorous interpretation, emotion and elegance excited their large audience." -Claude Launay, Festival Director, Musique et Arts en Montagne, FRANCE "great virtuosity. They make the music sound so lively and fresh in the ears of every lover of good music in today's contemporary age." -Cross River Radio , NIGERIA “unabashed virtuosi" -The Boston Globe, USA
Booking Contact Information
Booking Contact Person: 
John Tyson
Booking Contact Address: 
310 1/2 Pearl Street
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Booking Contact Country: 
United States
Booking Contact Phone Number: 
617 661 3353
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Educational/Outreach add-ons available: 
School Concerts--all ages Lecture Demonstrations and Power Point
Titles of touring programs for 2012-13: 
Carols for Dancing, The Renaissance Dance Band, Renaissance Chamber Music, Shakespeare's Italy, Beltane - Renaissance Rites of Spring
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Ensemble's touring schedule for the past three years: 
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