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Gallicantus, Renaissance Vocal Ensemble, Gabriel Crouch, Director

When

Saturday, April 26, 2014, 7:30 PM EDT

Where

Procter Hall in The Princeton Graduate College

Tickets

Space in this venue is very limited, and there are very few tickets left.  Buy your tickets soon.  Single tickets:  $15 General, $5 Student, with valid ID.  For single tickets to this event, call University TIcketing at 609-258-9220.  They are open Monday – Friday, 12PM-6PM., or order tickets to the other performance by Gallicantus.

DUE TO OVERWHELMING DEMAND FOR THIS CONCERT, A SECOND CONCERT HAS BEEN ADDED WITH A DIFFERENT PROGRAM.  CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.

AN IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT PARKING AT PROCTER HALL:

There are three lots available for parking for this concert.  We encourage you to arrive early to get a space in one of these lots and walk to Procter Hall.

1. LOT 19 – off of Springdale Road.  This is the closest lot to Procter Hall

2. LOT 11 – on College Road West .  It’s roughly a 5 minute walk to Procter Hall.

3. PRINCETON THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY LOT (not the parking garage) on College Road West, also a 5 minute walk to Procter Hall.

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Accessible parking is available next to Procter Hall and is shown in blue on the attached map.  Accesible spots are limited.  You must have a legal accessible parking tag to use these spots.  You may use the accesible parking lot to drop off patrons.

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About the Event

Literally meaning “rooster song” or “cock crow,” Gallicantus takes its name from the term used in monastic antiquity for the office held just before dawn: a ceremony which evokes the renewal of life offered by the coming day. With members drawn from such renowned English vocal ensembles as Tenebrae (whom Princeton audiences heard last season), The Tallis Scholars and King’s Singers, Gallicantus are as meticulous about providing context and insight for audiences as they are about crafting interpretation of the music they love. “The Word Unspoken” reveals the real William Byrd — devout Catholic deeply troubled by the persecution of his brethren, and composer with expressive and emotive powers beyond any of his contemporaries. His music is paired with his most prominent contemporaries, including his great teacher Thomas Tallis and Philippe de Monte, the Flemish composer whose secret gift to Byrd of a setting of Psalm 136 expressed the solidarity of an entire continent, and moved Byrd to repay de Monte with a gift of his own setting of the same psalm. Listen to this ensemble but a few minutes and you will find yourself believing in the higher power.  Of Music.

This program is available on CD on the Signum Label.

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Program

“The Word Unspoken,” music of WILLIAM BYRD and his contemporaries


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