Music of the Spanish Renaissance: Old World and New
April 23, 2010
Chamber Singers is an 18-member early music ensemble of the Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum, Harvard University's premier mixed choir. "Music of the Spanish Renaissance: Old World and New" is a careful selection of Renaissance choral works, not only from Old World Spain but also from the part of New Spain now known as Mexico. The diverse program includes masterworks by composers such as Tomás Luis de Victoria, Juan Gutiérrez de Padilla, and Francisco Guerrero, making it a unique and exciting event that you do not want to miss!