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Schola Cantorum San Francisco - Western Wind, When Wilt Thou Blow?

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  • Amy Cebrian
    *Schola Cantorum San Francisco - Sept 19, 20, 21, and 25* *Western Wind, When Wilt Thou Blow?* English Music from the time of Henry VIII In its first
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      *Schola Cantorum San Francisco - Sept 19, 20, 21, and 25*

      *Western Wind, When Wilt Thou Blow?*

      English Music from the time of Henry VIII

      In its first appearances with newly appointed director, Dr. Paul Flight,
      Schola Cantorum San Francisco opens the season with *Western Wind, When Wilt
      Thou Blow?*, a program of English music from the time of Henry VIII.
      Featured works include the Western Wind Mass and the Le Roy Kyrie by John
      Taverner as well as motets and songs by Richard Pygott, William Cornysh,
      Christopher Tye, and even Henry VIII himself!


      *Friday, September 19, 2008 | 8:00 p.m. | General $15, Seniors/Students $12,
      18 and under Free*

      *St. Mark's Episcopal Church*

      2300 Bancroft Way

      Berkeley CA 94704


      *Saturday, September 20, 2008 | 8:00 p.m.| General $15, Seniors/Students
      $12, 18 and under Free*

      *Old First Presbyterian Church*

      1751 Sacramento Street

      San Francisco CA 94109

      *Sunday, September 21, 2008 | 5:00 p.m.| General $15, Seniors/Students $12,
      18 and under Free*

      *St. Paul's Episcopal Church*

      1123 Court Street

      San Rafael CA 94901

      *Thursday, September 25, 2008 | 12:15 p.m.| Free Admission*

      *Cole Hall Auditorium, Medical Sciences Building*

      *University of California San Francisco*

      513 Parnassus Avenue

      San Francisco, CA 94143




      Founded in 1998 by Director Emeritus John Renke, Schola Cantorum San
      Francisco (ScholaSF) has caught the attention of audiences and critics in
      and beyond the Bay Area for its purity of sound, careful tuning, and fine
      blend of voices. Especially known for its interpretations of Renaissance
      polyphony, the group is equally at home in a broad range of choral styles,
      from Gregorian chant to contemporary compositions. Formerly the resident
      liturgical choir at the National Shrine of Saint Francis of Assisi, and now
      an independent, non-profit arts organization, ScholaSF offers its treasured
      gift of music for liturgies, concerts, and private events throughout the San
      Francisco Bay Area. *www.scholasf.org* <http://www.scholasf.org/>


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