Britton Morgan writes:
Collegium Cantorum ("a company of singers"), under the direction of Timothy Kendall, will present a concert of sacred music by seven English masters of the late middle ages and the Renaissance.
This will be the fourth of a series of five performances collectively called "John Browne's Corpus", presenting all seven of the works of the great 15th-century composer which are known to survive intact.
In addition to Browne's "O regina mundi clara", the concert will feature works by Leonel Power, John Dunstable, Christopher Tye, Robert White, Thomas Tallis, Peter Philips, and the ever-popular Anonymous.
Dates, times and locations:
Saturday, November 20, 2004, at 8:00 PM
Western Presbyterian Church
2401 Virginia Avenue NW
Sunday, November 21, 2004 at 3:30 PM
Saint James Episcopal Church
222 8th Street NE
A voluntary contribution of $20 is suggested, but ADMISSION IS FREE.
The concert is inappropriate for small children; school-age children are welcome.