Saturday, Apr. 29, 3:00 pm
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First Church in Cambridge, Congregational
11 Garden Street, Cambridge
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Blue Heron singers Sophie Michaux and Jason McStoots will be joined by an ensemble of medieval instrumentalists – including fiddle player Anna Danilevskaia (artistic director of Solazzo Ensemble) from Switzerland, French lutenist Emma-Lisa Roux from Paris, and multi-instrumental virtuosa Debra Nagy (artistic director of Les Délices) from Cleveland – in a program of music connected to the great patroness Isabella d’Este of Ferrara, Marchesa of Mantua.
Free pre-concert talk 45 minutes prior to the performance.
Doors and box office open at 2pm, 1 hour prior to the performance.
Pre-concert talk at 2:15 by Sean Gallagher (New England Conservatory)
This concert will be approximately 1 hour in length with no intermission.
Sophie Michaux, mezzo-soprano
Jason McStoots, tenor
Debra Nagy, recorder, douçaine, harp
Anna Danilevskaia, fiddle
Emma-Lisa Roux, lute
Scott Metcalfe, fiddle & harp
This concert is a co-production with Les Délices (Debra Nagy, Artistic Director).
All concert dates, programs and personnel are subject to change without notice.
As of November 2022, audience members are required to wear face masks for the health and safety of all. Visit here to read the most up-to-date safety policies for all at Blue Heron concerts.
Ticket purchases are non-refundable.
Blue Heron is pleased to be participating in the Card to Culture program by extending free tickets to EBT, WIC, and ConnectorCare cardholders.
Instructions for claiming a ticket via your card may be found by locating Blue Heron on mass.gov’s list of Card to Culture Organizations for the Greater Boston Area
Doors open at 2:00 PM. If needed for mobility, use office entrance next to the playground on Garden Street; all others please use main entrance to the sanctuary.