Board member Lucinda Mosher and musicologist Patricia DeWitt will be presenting a short concert by RareSong, a First Coast Renaissance music ensemble. Featuring seven professionally trained musicians singing and performing on recorders, viola da gamba, harpsichord and other historical instruments. Their musical performances originally date back to when Europeans first settled in Northeast FL, from around 450 years ago. These pieces would have been known to colonists, either at home or here in their new homes in Florida. RareSong brings this period to life again through musical performance, costumes, and a bit of dialogue. There will be an opportunity to ask questions about the instruments and the pieces the group performs.
Thursday December 17
6:30 – 7:30 pm
Zoom – Register now and we’ll send you the link closer to the event.
Interfaith Center NorthEast Florida | Building of mutual understanding among diverse faiths
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