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35th Season

Parthenia - Italia Mia: Music of Renaissance Venice
November 13, 2021
St. Paul's Episcopal Church (914 E Knapp St.)
This concert is sponsored by Gregory and Susan Milleville

Parthenia Viol Consort and soprano Sherezade Panthaki present a program of canzonas, dances, madrigals, and motets by composers of the 16th and 17th centuries, including Monteverdi, Gabrieli, Willaert, and Gesualdo.
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The Newberry Consort - A Mexican Christmas
December 4, 2021
St. Joseph Chapel (1501 S. Layton Blvd.)
This concert is sponsored by Donald and Mary Stacy

Celebrate the holidays with the vivacious rhythms of 17th-century Mexico. This program features 28 musicians, including a street band of guitars, violins, and percussion, all joined by vocalists and instrumentalists of The Newberry Consort. A video with super-titles will be projected during this multi-media event.
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Tapestry - Faces of a Woman
January 29, 2022
St. Paul's Episcopal Church

This spirited program tells the stories of remarkable women who inspired nations and captured composers' imaginations. Join us as we weave a mix of music, tales, and poetry from 12th-century abbess Hildegard von Bingen to 16th-century Irish pirate Grace O’Malley.
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Infusion Baroque - Virtuosa!
March 5, 2022
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
This concert is sponsored by Jan Serr and John Shannon

Women made their mark on Baroque music not only as muses, but also as virtuoso performers and composers. Experience the talented women who made their historic musical mark, despite the considerable barriers of the time. The original girl power!
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Blue Heron - Ockeghem@600: Missa Sine Nomine a 5
May 7, 2022
St. Joseph Chapel

Blue Heron is engaged in Ockeghem@600, a multi-season project to perform the complete surviving works of Johannes Ockeghem, one of the greatest composers of the Western tradition. The program features the three-voiced Missa quinti toni, and works by several of Ockeghem’s contemporaries.
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All programs and venues subject to change.

For our 2021 performances, EMN requires proof of vaccination against COVID-19, or proof of negative test within 72 hours - accompanied by valid ID - before entering all EMN venues. In addition, all patrons, staff, and volunteers must wear a mask fully covering nose and mouth throughout the performance space. This announcement is made with the support of the City of Milwaukee Health Department and a unified group of performing arts organizations throughout the Milwaukee community. This policy is subject to change, in accordance with local, state and federal guidelines. Thanks for doing your part!