Queen of the Arts: Catherine de’ Medici

Queen of the Arts: Catherine de’ Medici

In our April program, Le Jardin de Mélodies, we will journey to 16th-century France to experience the music popular at the exclusive Parisian royal court. During the 1500s, France was ruled by a series of kings who were part of the Valois dynasty, including three...
Meet the Musicians of ‘What’s Old is New’

Meet the Musicians of ‘What’s Old is New’

Here at The Newberry Consort, we regularly invite upcoming and established artists from around the country to join us for our innovative, creative programs. We love exploring music with old and new friends! This week, we’re rehearsing for our upcoming program What’s...
The Music from the Leuven Songbook

The Music from the Leuven Songbook

In our upcoming program, What’s Old is New: The Leuven Chansonnier, we’ll perform music from the Leuven Chansonnier, a 600-year-old book containing 49 secular love songs from Medieval France. We’ve chosen 14 of those songs to perform in our concert, six of which were...
How the Leuven Chansonnier Was Discovered

How the Leuven Chansonnier Was Discovered

This January, we are excited to perform music that, until recently, was lost to the sands of time. Our program What’s Old is New: The Leuven Chansonnier features music from a tiny medieval songbook that was recently discovered.   The book, which is still in its...
The Story Behind our Mexican Christmas Concert

The Story Behind our Mexican Christmas Concert

The inspiration for this program came five years ago, when the Consort was on tour in Durango, Mexico, performing in the newly-renovated Cathedral. It was a national holiday, and outside in the plaza in front of the church, traditional music was being performed by...

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