The Iberian Songbook: Spanish songs & dances, 1450-1600

Saturday, April 14, 2018 • 8 PM

First Church in Cambridge, Congregational
11 Garden Street (Next to the Sheraton Commander)

For a festive conclusion to our season we present songs and dances from 15th- and 16th-century Spain performed by a colorful array of musicians: six singers, a five-part Renaissance violin consort, two vihuelas, percussion, and a pair of dancers. Music by Johannes Cornago, Francisco de Peñalosa, Juan Vásquez, Francisco Guerrero, Juan Blas de Castro, and others.

Doors and box office open at 7 PM / Pre-concert talk by Daniel Zuluaga at 7:15 PM

Blue Heron
Margot Rood, Martin Near, Jason McStoots, Mark Sprinkle, Sumner Thompson & Paul Guttry, voices
Scott Metcalfe, Johanna Novom, Anna Griffis, Laura Jeppesen & Emily Walhout, violin consort
Simon Martyn-Ellis & Daniel Zuluaga, vihuelas
Jonathan Hess, percussion
Ken Pierce & Camilla Finlay, dancers

Buy in advance and save: $65 Sec. A / $45 Sec. B / $32 Sec. C (General) / $27 Senior (General) / $10 Student/Low Income (General)
At the door: $68 / $48 / $35 / $30 / $10
(Under 18 admitted free)

Image: Frontispiece, Luis de Milán, Libro de música de vihuela de mano intitulado El maestro (1536)