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Our 2015 season, The Deer, the Desire, the Springs:
Sicut cervus in the Renaissance,
will feature polyphony by Goudimel, Palestrina, Tallis, Vivanco, Layolle, and more, all touching in some way the beautiful "As the deer longs" text from the Song of Songs. Two performances, May 4 & 5, 2015. See below for details.
Our 2014 season, Singet dem Herrn,
was an examination of the Thomaskantor
between 1600-1750, featuring the music of J. S. Bach and his predecessors at St. Thomas Church in Leipzig. We combined with the newly-formed Baroque ensemble La Monarca in two of Bach's motets as well as music by Schein, Kuhnau, Schelle, and even François Couperin. Be sure to visit our Media
page for videos from the performances. This season also featured a performance with the Choir of St. John's Episcopal Cathedral, Los Angeles, in a lecture-concert in conjunction with the Getty Museum's exhibit "Canterbury and St Albans: Treasures from Church and Cloister". In addition to our season performances, we combined with USC Early Music performers in an Early Music Showcase at St. John's Cathedral.
THE DEER, THE DESIRE, THE SPRINGS: SICUT CERVUS IN THE RENAISSANCE
UPDATE: ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY!
Tuesday, May 5, 2015, 7:30pm
St. John's Episcopal Cathedral
514 W Adams Blvd. (corner of Adams & Flower), Los Angeles
Admission to concerts is free; a free-will offering may be collected by the host church.
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