Drawing on our experiences as a voice and viol duo, we will discuss strategies for curating non-composer-centric programs and for overcoming the challenges inherent in this kind of project. Presented by the Sixth-Annual Indiana University Jacobs School Of Music Historical Performance Conference.
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“Musick's Recreation:” At-Home Viol Playing in the 17th Century Massachusetts Since the onset of the pandemic, the home has become the center of musical activity for professional and amateur musicians alike. Our performance/lecture will explore at-home music making in 17th century Massachusetts through a historical lens. We will introduce several individuals known to have owned […]
In this program, we celebrate the talents and accomplishments of Tarqunia Molza (1542-1617), the virtuosic soprano, viol player, and highly paid employee at the Este Court in Ferrara, who was known for her unrivaled ability to accompany her own singing on the viol. Presented virtually due to COVID.