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Medieval-Renaissance Concert: USD Choral Scholars
|Event Start Date||Tuesday, November 8, 2011|
Camino Hall, Room 153
|Event Start Time||1:15 pm - 2:15 pm|
"Introducing Medieval and Renaissance Music"
A performance by the USD Choral Scholars, Dr. Edwin Basilio, director
Please join us for a presentation of emblematic vocal music from the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The concert will include a conversation about the features and performance of early sacred music, with two historical musicologists, Dr. Susan Boynton (Columbia University) and Dr. Marianne Pfau (USD).
|Contact||Michael Agnew | firstname.lastname@example.org | (619) 260-7834|