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February 23, 2020, 2:00 PM @ Rogers Center for the Arts
The Pulitzer prize winning play...
Written by David Auburn
Directed by Evan Kelly
A young woman copes with the death of her brilliant but mentally unstable father, her meddlesome sister, and the affections of a young student who seeks a valuable work in her father’s notebooks. This Pulitzer Prize-winning play also examines a more perplexing problem: Will the young woman inherit her father’s brilliance, or his madness?
$8 Seniors, Students, Alumni, Military
The theater will be re-configured for this production. Seating is strictly limited. General Admission only
A Department of Visual and Performing Arts Production
February 23, 2020, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM @ Christ Church
Convivium Musicum, Boston's choir for Renaissance music (“the kind of transforming experience that concert junkies are always seeking" - Early Music America) and Christ Church present sacred Renaissance music written for venues outside the church.
Not all religious music of the Renaissance was written for public worship. Instead, some sacred works were intended as a kind of devotional entertainment, as music to be sung in the home, especially in those parts of Europe where elaborate polyphony was forbidden in church. And in tumultuous religious climates, certain religious music had to be kept private under threat of persecution. Catholics in Tudor England, for example, only managed to practice their faith, and sing their songs, away from public view.
In Private Devotion, Convivium Musicum explores these fascinating repertoires and stories through the music of Byrd, Sweelinck, Lassus, and more.