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  • Desert Pipes
    Jan 22, 2013
      This is the information on the Feb. 1 concert and Feb. 2 master class at ASU. Professor Saucier can answer any questions you may have about that - her contact information is at the end of the email.
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      Digest #273


      Mon Jan 21, 2013 3:31 pm (PST) . Posted by:

      "Catherine Saucier"

      Please join us for these upcoming *free* events sponsored by the Phoenix Early Music Society:

      Phoenix Early Music Society presents Sense and Sensuality of the Italian Trecento with The Broken Consort
      Feb. 1, 2013, 7:30 p.m.
      Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
      School of Music
      Location: Organ Hall
      Campus: Tempe
      Cost: Free, reservations required
      For reservations call the Herberger Institute Box Office at 480.965.6447

      In this *free* concert, The Broken Consort brings to life the expressive musical language of 14th century Italy--the era of Dante and Petrarch. The rarely-performed music of Francesco Landini, Lorenzo da Firenze, and Jacopo da Bologna speaks a unique language, full of emotion and harmonic color. Experience new forms of expression in these sensual songs and the novel sound of the medieval vielle, lute, historic winds, brass and percussion. This concert is co-sponsored by the ASU School of Music and the Phoenix Early Music Society.

      Masterclass with The Broken Consort
      Feb. 2, 2013, 10am-noon
      Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
      Gammage Auditorium
      Location: Room 301
      Campus: Tempe
      Cost: Free

      In this *free* masterclass, members of The Broken Consort will coach the ASU Early Music Chamber Choir (Solis Camerata) in vocal techniques and they will also give a demonstration of various historical instruments (winds, brass, strings, percussion). All are welcome!

      Please forward this invitation to anyone who may be interested.

      We hope to see you in February!


      Catherine Saucier
      Assistant Professor of Music History
      School of Music
      Arizona State University
      PO Box 870405
      Tempe, AZ 85287-0405
      Phone: (480) 965-5197
      Fax: (480) 965-2659
      Email: Catherine.Saucier@asu.edu

      President, Phoenix Early Music Society
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