Collegium Cantorum to present concerts in D.C. area

Collegium Cantorum, a musical group which "specializes in 'large forms for small choirs' and draws most of its repertory from the masterworks of medieval and Renaissance Europe" will present a pair of concerts in the Washington, D.C. area November 3-4, 2007.

Collegium Cantorum, under the direction of Timothy Kendall, will present "Voices High and Low", a Concert of Medieval and Renaissance Polyphony featuring music by Walter Lambe, Antoine Brumel, Robert Cooper, William Cornysh, Guillaume DuFay, John Dunstable, Robert Fayrfax, Christopher Tye, Robert White, and Philip van Wilder, and anonymous works from "El Llibre Vermel de Monserrat", the "Trent Codices", andthe "Worcester Fragments".

8:00 P.M. Saturday, November 3, 2007, at
Saint Dunstan's Episcopal Church
5040 Massachusetts Avenue
Bethesda, Maryland 20816
(Directions: http://www.stdunstansbethesda.org )

3:30 P.M. Sunday, November 4, 2007, at
Saint Mary Mother of God Catholic Church
727 5th Street NW (at H St.)
Washington, DC 20001-2666
(Near Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro;
Directions: http://www.parishes.org/marymothergod.html)

Admission is free, although a voluntary contribution of $20 is suggested. The concert is inappropriate for small children; school-age children are welcome.

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Thanks to Roy B. Scherer for posting the concert information.