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Heliconian Hall,
35 Hazelton Ave. (near Bay Subway) at 8PM, Single tickets at the door $30/$20 students & seniors.

Fr. Madden Auditorium, Carr Hall,
St. Michael's College, University of Toronto, 100 St Joseph Street, at 8PM. Pre-concert talk at 7:30. Single tickets at the door $30/$20 students & seniors.

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Next concert

8PM, Feb. 13th 2016

Heliconian Hall
35 Hazelton Ave. near Bay Subway

SHAKESPEARE'S LIVES OF GIRLS & WOMEN

Running the gamut from the naughty to the tragic, the young women in the plays are never far from a lute. (Ophelia carries one; Katharina breaks one over her tutor’s head.) Love, loss and often justifiable haughtiness of the older women (in the great ladies and in the lute songs praising Elizabeth) are all considered by the playwright and in the poems set by Dowland, John Danyel, Robert Jones and others. With dance music by Holborne, Johnson et al.

Single tickets at the door $30/$20 students & seniors

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The Principal’s Music Series at St. Michael’s College

All concerts at 8PM, Pre-concert lectures at 7:30 PM

Fr. Madden Auditorium, Carr Hall,
St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto
100 St Joseph Street

Tickets $30, $20 students and seniors available at the door

Music from the Anne Boleyn Song Book – Sep. 25th, 2015

We present a concert of Franco-Flemish Latin motets and chansons by Josquin and his contemporaries from a book once in the possession of a young lady-in-waiting to a French princess named Anne Boleyn, with contemporary basse dances from France for lute.

Prophetiae Sibyllarum – Oct. 30th, 2015

Orlando Lassus’s weird and wonderful music sets texts written in the voice of Graeco-Roman prophecies of the birth of the Messiah; with lute Fantasias by Lassus’s contemporary Melchior Neusidler.

Songs of Solomon – Nov. 27, 2015

Hebrew Sacred Music for three to five voices by Salamone Rossi and some of his innovative sonatas for two violins and chitarrone with Hallie Fishel, soprano, and John Edwards, theorbo, singers Rebecca Claborn, Ben Kim, Graham Robinson and Joel Alison, and violinists Christopher Verrette and Patricia Ahern. Pre-concert talk by Dr. Alexandra Guerson

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