“We’re game” this week as we explore music by gamblers, for gamblers, and about gamblers. (Dare you to join us!)
Don't you hate it when you're not “in” on an in-joke? This hour, early examples of “eye music,” where the punchlines are hidden for the performers to enjoy.
Ensemble Dragma's first CD is a recording devoted to the 15th-century poet-musician Heinrich Laufenberg.
Cantica Symphonia perform two of Dufay’s most influential polyphonic works: 'Missa Se la face ay pale and Missa L’homme arme.
We’re celebrating gardens and harvesting musical blooms from across the centuries—flowers and fruit and everything green.
We’re exploring cases of mistaken identity and musical misattribution. Plus, we’ll hear medieval music performed by the ensemble Trefoil.
Trefoil performs music centering on the symbolism of flowers in the music and poetry of the Middle Ages.
Can you dance a Polonaise? Would you do the Fandango? Music and dance have long been like-minded partners. Join us, as we dance the hour away!
We’re spending time with composers who played and wrote for bass instruments, and we’ll explore music for three violins and hear chant from the Thomas Gradual.
We’re exploring the Black Death and its influence in the lives of composers from the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and beyond.