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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, Sep. 25th

Fr. Madden Auditorium, Carr Hall,
St. Michael's College, University of Toronto, 100 St Joseph St.Pre-concert talk at 7:30.

MUSIC FROM THE ANNE BOLEYN MANUSCRIPT

Hallie and John are joined by four other singers in a concert of Franco-Flemish Latin Motets and Chansons by Josquin and his contemporaries from a book once in the possession of a young Anne Boleyn, with contemporary basse dances from the Habsburg Netherlands and France for lute. Presented as part of a one day colloquium on the music book and its court contexts at the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies at the University of Toronto.

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

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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 Christopher Verrette and Patricia Ahern.

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