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Ensemble Gentil Galant: Pop Music at the Turn of the 16th Century

  • Saint George's Episcopal Church 915 N. Oakland ST 22203 United States (map)

First Impressions: Pop Music at the Turn of the 16th Century

Drawing from the “hit parade” of tunes popular in the early days of Petrucci’s printing press in Venice, Ensemble Gentil Galant performs Franco-Flemish polyphony by Josquin des Prez, Heinrich Isaac, Jacob Obrecht, Alexander Agricola, Johannes Ockeghem, and their contemporaries. With virtuoso performers Debra Nagy, winds & voice; Mark Rimple, lute, gittern, viol, & voice; and Sarah Cunningham, viol & voice.


General Admission $30 / Students $10 – available 8 weeks before the concert

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Earlier Event: January 21
HOLY HOUR: Evensong & Refreshment
Later Event: February 18
HOLY HOUR: Evensong & Refreshment