30th Anniversary Conclusion
Christina of Sweden: the Girl King
PERFORMANCES AND TICKETS – Buy online and save $5!
Friday, March 3rd
8 pm Ruggles Hall
Sunday, March 5th
3pm Logan CenterCLICK FOR TICKETS
March 5th: Logan Center**
Preconcert chat 30 minutes before the concert – seats are not reserved
$5 student tickets available with ID at the door. Cash only.
Logan and Galvin venues only.
Tickets changed from a non-Ruggles venue to Ruggles are subject to a $10 charge. Tickets changed from Ruggles to a non-Ruggles venue are not refunded the additional $10.
Online Ticket Delivery
Tickets will be mailed within 7 days of purchase, unless purchased within 14 days of a concert in which case they will be held at will-call.
**please note location changes
About the Program
A musical history of the life of the amazing Queen Christina, one of Europe’s great eccentrics, from her childhood and reign in Sweden to her abdication and life in Rome. We’ll perform music written for or heard by her by the many illustrious composers she knew, including Lully, Carissimi, Corelli, and Cesti, performed by singers, violins, and a rich continuo band of keyboards, theorbo, guitar, and lirone.
Readings from contemporary accounts and her letters by special guest Chicago-based author Sara Paretsky, Narrator.
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Ellen Hargis, soprano
Aryeh Nussbaum Cohen, countertenor*
Sara Paretsky, narrator
David Douglass and Brandi Berry, violins
Jeremy Ward, bass violin
Christopher Bagan and Charles Metz, organ and harpsichord
Lucas Harris, theorbo
Erin Headley, lirone and viola da gamba
*Young Artist Mentorship Program Participant
pre-concert chat 30 minutes before the concert