Bolivian Baroque: Sacred song from the selva
Savor rarely-heard gems from the jungles of eastern Bolivia, where harpsichords and lutes were never abandoned. Despite the passage of over three centuries, the musical legacy of the Baroque has remained vibrant in the smallest of villages, with songs and manuscripts passed down from generation to generation. This program features works by indigenous composers from the 18th century, as well as Europeans who made their way to New Spain.
Beneath a Tree Michele Kennedy, soprano; Gail Hernández Rosa, violin; Daria D’Andrea, violin; Frédéric Rosselet, cello; Daniel Turkos, bass; Melody Hung Nishinaga, harpsichordBuy Tickets
(NB Tickets are sold by the California Jazz Conservatory and not by SFEMS directly.)
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 4:30PM
California Jazz Conservatory, Rendon Hall
2040 Addison Street, Berkeley
$25 general admission