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Advance ticket sales offer a reduced price compared to tickets purchased at the door.

Advance Individual ticket Pricing

$45 – Preferred Seating (Reserved front section of seats)

$35 – General Admission

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At-the-Door Ticket Pricing

$38 – General Admission

Student Tickets

Student tickets are $5 at the door, with valid student ID.

 

Group Tickets

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Reviews

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‘Cantigas’ Bloom Like Roses at Boston Festival

  The Newberry Consort (courtesy BEMF) By Ken Keaton There are few places on earth where an audience can enjoy a purely magical performance of Medieval song in a glorious hall. The Boston Early Music Festival is on that short
Newberry Consort
2013-08-07T08:45:18+00:00
The-Newberry-Consort-courtesy-BEMF
  The Newberry Consort (courtesy BEMF) By Ken Keaton There are few places on earth where an audience can enjoy a purely magical performance of Medieval song in a glorious hall. The Boston Early Music Festival is on that short
Feast of the Pheasant

Chicago Tribune – Review: Newberry Consort looks back 460 years

By Alan G. Artner, Special to the Tribune 9:48 AM CST, February 8, 2014 Friday night at the Newberry Library the Newberry Consort celebrated one of the most spectacular and outlandish banquets in history. Almost 460 years to the day,
Newberry Consort
2014-02-12T23:19:40+00:00
Feast of the Pheasant
By Alan G. Artner, Special to the Tribune 9:48 AM CST, February 8, 2014 Friday night at the Newberry Library the Newberry Consort celebrated one of the most spectacular and outlandish banquets in history. Almost 460 years to the day,
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Vividly imaginative Renaissance program a Newberry Consort delight

BY KYLE MACMILLAN For Sun-Times Media, February 8, 2014 A concert program doesn’t necessarily need a theme to be successful, but sometimes a contextual format can provide a helpful entry point, especially if the music is little known, and enliven the
Newberry Consort
2014-03-08T08:58:58+00:00
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BY KYLE MACMILLAN For Sun-Times Media, February 8, 2014 A concert program doesn’t necessarily need a theme to be successful, but sometimes a contextual format can provide a helpful entry point, especially if the music is little known, and enliven the
chicago tribune

Consort performs ‘the subtle art’

If this makes the music sound overly intellectual, the subject matter – love songs, evocations of bird song and other pastoral scenes – is pure, sensuous delight.
Newberry Consort
2012-10-30T16:40:56+00:00
chicago tribune
If this makes the music sound overly intellectual, the subject matter – love songs, evocations of bird song and other pastoral scenes – is pure, sensuous delight.
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Review: Newberry Consort’s Singing Nuns

The nicely blended Newberry vocalists did a fine job of balancing spiritual and temporal emotions, most notably in Ximeno's lively setting of the bellicose psalm "Dixit Dominus." The four instrumentalists made the most of their accompanimental and solo duties.
Newberry Consort
2014-05-06T11:48:04+00:00
sirens
The nicely blended Newberry vocalists did a fine job of balancing spiritual and temporal emotions, most notably in Ximeno's lively setting of the bellicose psalm "Dixit Dominus." The four instrumentalists made the most of their accompanimental and solo duties.