Monday, April 22nd, 2013
DuFay: Missa se la face ay pale - Talkington Hall at the Legacy Events Center
Guillaume Dufay: Missa se la face ay pale - 8:00 PM14th and O
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On April 4, 2011, the TTU Early Music Ensemble will present a production of Hildegard von Bingen's Ordo Virtutum. The "Ordo" is one of the first extant medieval dramas with music, and definitely a first for Lubbock. Don't miss this event!
On Sunday, April 18 at 7:00 PM in the Talkington Great Hall at the Legacy Event Center, some of our TTU Early Music Ensemble singers will join the Texas Tech University Celtic Ensemble (http://ttucelticensemble.com) for a concert entitled “The Rolling Wave: Maritime Celts”. Singers and players will perform dances, songs, listening pieces, and tunes associated with the Celtic experience around the watery globe and across the centuries. Students, families, and seniors are especially welcome.
PM: Worlds of Dance: A Terpsichorean Evening with the TTU Vernacular Music Center. Featuring the TTU Early Music Ensemble, the Celtic Ensemble, the TTU Ragtime Ensemble, and the World Music Ensemble, assisted by the Tech Set-Dancers. Music and dances from Irish, English, African-American, Mediterranean, Polynesian, and South American traditions. For information and reservations, contact email@example.com or visit http://ttuvmc.org. This is a family-friendly event, free and open to the public, celebrating the mission of the TTU Vernacular Music Center.
9 PM: Dancing with Mr Darcy: A Jane Austen Evening with the TTU Vernacular Music Center. Cotillion & Cold Buffet; Music by the TTU Celtic Ensemble and Early Music Ensemble. English Country Dances demonstrated by the ensembles; guests invited to participate. Candle-lit buffet at 10:30pm; coffee service at midnight. Formal/period dress requested.
This is a fundraiser for the TTU Vernacular Music Center.
For information & reservations: selectaseatlubbock.com (770-2000)
Early Music from England: medieval songs, dance tunes, and beautiful sacred music of Tallis and Byrd, presented by the TTU Early Music Ensemble under the direction of Angela Mariani.
A noontime concert with choral music of Thomas Tallis and William Byrd, performed by members of Texas Tech Early Music Ensemble at St. Paul-On-The-Plains Episcopal Church.
Pictured: EME director Angela Mariani with Ryan Best, Bridgette Mireles, and Kendra Shute of the EME's "Early Byrds," contributing some medieval music to the TTU Vernacular Music Center's annual sold-out "Celtic Christmas," with the TTU Celtic Ensemble and Friends.
Master Class for the recorder players in the Early Music Ensemble, with Norwegian recorder virtuoso Jostein Gundersen. The previous Monday evening, Jostein also joined our colleague, harpsichordist Sigurd Ogaard, for a fantastic guest artist recital with music by Telemann, Corelli, and Handel.
Members of the TTU Early Music Ensemble provided music for the TTU Museum's "Ren Faire" that was held in conjunction with a new Exhibit, "A Double-Edged Weapon, The Sword as Icon and Artifact," featuring historical weapons on loan from the Higgins Armory Museum in Worcester, MA.
Music from the Middle Ages and Renaissance (more TBA)
Medieval-Renaissance Ensemble: Early Spanish music (more info TBA)
Medieval and Renaissance Music for the "First Friday Art Trail"