Angelus: Sacred Early Music Concert

Angelus: Sacred Early Music Concert

10th Anniversary Concert

Word of Thunder: J. S. Bach's Cantatas 101, 20, and 76, with Commentary by Dr. Pfau.

Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 7 p.m.
Founders Chapel, Founders Hall, USD

Our acclaimed vocalists from New York and San Francisco will be joined by USD's young Bach Fellows, and San Francisco's Jubilate Orchestra. Featured instruments are natural trumpet, three baroque oboes and bassoon, recorder, viola da gamba, strings, and Basso Continuo.

Tickets available at www.usdmusic.eventbrite.com and at the door. $15, $12, $10.

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About the Series

The Angelus Concert Series of Sacred Early Music was established in 2007 with a gift of Cynthia Haney, honoring the memory of her late husband Dr. Michael Haney of the USD Psychology Department and his devotion to music. Offered in the exquisite setting and splendid acoustics of USD's Founders Chapel, the series brings performances of sacred music from the Middle Ages through the Early Classical Era, featuring period instruments and historical performance practices.

Tax-deductible donations to the "Michael & Cynthia Haney Sacred Early Music Fund" are welcome and encouraged.

 


About the Director

marianne pfau

Marianne R. Pfau, PhD, Professor of Music

Dr. Pfau heads the music history and literature program at USD, and teaches special interdisciplinary courses with faculty from the literature, theology, philosophy and political science departments. She received her doctorate in historical musicology from Stony Brook University in New York, with a dissertation on Hildegard von Bingen. Prior to coming to the US, she obtained graduate degrees and a solo diploma in historical performance practices and in early wind instruments from the Musikhochschule Hamburg, and holds a licentiate in music therapy from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London.