The Emergence of the Stile Moderno
Location: Harkness Chapel
In celebration of one of the great turning points in music history, the historical performance program’s music and dance ensembles will explore Italian music and dance from the first decades of the 17th century.
In conjunction with the annual meeting of the Society for Seventeenth-Century Music.
Free and open to the public. Paid parking available in the Ford Avenue garage, Severance Hall garage or at the meters along Bellflower Road and East Blvd.
For more information on Harkness Chapel and directions:
Diverse groups (6-8 per semester) ranging in size from three to eight players meet one to two hours per week to explore repertoire ranging from the late 16th century to ca. 1800. The ensembles generally perform one or two concerts per semester. The chamber ensembles often collaborate in larger projects with other CWRU ensembles such as the Baroque Orchestra, Collegium, and the Baroque Dance Ensemble.
The CWRU Baroque Dance Ensemble was formed to provide an outlet for students to learn and perform 17th- and 18th-century dance. The ensemble meets collectively twice a week and performs, in costume, one to three times per semester. The Baroque Dance Ensemble is open to all students and does not require an audition.[/vc_column_text]