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Collegium Musicum

  • Kilbourn Hall
  • Tuesday, April 29, 2014
  • 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Event Description

Eastman Chamber Orchestra with Paul O&rsqou;dette
Collegium Musicum
Directed by Paul O’Dette and Christel Thielmann, Eastman’s Collegium Musicum presents Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque instrumental and vocal music on period instruments and informed by period performance practices. Programs have included music ranging from solo keyboard works to operatic music by Purcell, Lully, and Cavalli.
8 pm - Kilbourn Hall
This event is free and open to the public.




Serenata “Or che notte guerriero”                                      Luigi Rossi

            Amante – David Tayloe                                       (c. 1597 – 1653)

            Amore – Natalie Buickians

            Fortuna – Kate Tepper




Folle cor                                                                   Domenico Mazzochi


            Ekaterina Gorlova, Michele Currenti and Jessica Newman




Spiega un volo                                                                        Luigi Rossi


            Kimberly Merrill and Jarrett Porter




Noi siam tre donzellette                                                         Luigi Rossi

            Noi siam tre donzellette

            Perche piangete amanti

            Pene, pene, ahi, che vuol pene


            Kate Tepper, Natalie Buickians and Hannah Kurth








Sonata Quarta à 3                                                   Johann Rosenmüller

            Presto, Adagio, Grave, Presto, Adagio, Presto          (1620-1684)




Meine Freundin, Du bist schön                         Johann Christoph Bach

            Natalie Buickians, soprano                                      (1642 - 1703)

            Hannah Kurth, mezzo-soprano

            David Tayloe, tenor

            Jarrett Porter, baritone

            Alex Lee, solo violin

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