The Renaissance Chorus
under Dr. Richard Porterfield presents
Heinrich Isaac: Music for Church & State
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Missa Carminum, the “Mass of Songs”
Virgo prudentissima, à6 (one of his “Kaiser Motets”)
O decus ecclesiae, a fantasy based on the hexachord
Tota pulchra es, from the Song of Songs
The cappella will be augmented by a few instruments, including winds and a c.1530 viola!
The Majesta Chanters and St. Frances Cabrini Shrine present a concert version of the rarely-performed Gregorian and Ambrosian chant sung at Mother Cabrini’s canonization. One performance only, on Mother Cabrini’s feast day!
The talented Michele Garzo returns to the Shrine for another outstanding performance. On Sunday, November 5 he will play music of Rachmaninoff, Liszt, Scarlatti, Chopin and more! Admission is by donation
The Manhattan Borough Historian returns to the Shrine with oral histories and poetry about the effect of the pandemic on New Yorkers, especially within immigrant communities. Thursday, October 26 at 6:30pm. Free.
Saturday, October 14
at 7:00 pm
Suggested donation $20 adults,
$10 seniors and students
The Dall’ombra Ensemble performs works by Anna Bon di Venezia, Stefania de Kenessey, Astor Piazzola & others.
Mara Milkis, violin
Ann Roggen, viola
Wanda Glowacka, cello
Diane Taublieb, flute
Morrie Sherrie, clarinet
Malaika ALvaro, soprano