Family Concerts featuring the Rose Ensemble this Friday

By Schubert Club

The Rose Ensemble

“Ancient Harmonies from Medieval Spain”
Friday, March 14, 2014, 5:45 & 7:00pm

Explore the fascinating music from medieval Spain where Christians, Jews and Muslims lived together in a shared, artistic society. Enjoy singing, ancient stories, rhythmic instruments, and experience the rich culture of these faraway lands.

The Ensemble will be singing a cappella and playing a variety of early string and percussion instruments. Interact with the musicians, learn about singing music in different languages and from different cultures, and experience a “petting zoo” with medieval instruments.

The Rose Ensemble is an inventive vocal ensemble working to reach young listeners with the sounds of medieval music and the dramatic telling of ancient stories that speak to today’s world.  Singing a cappella and playing a variety of early string and percussion instruments, the Rose Ensemble helps people of all ages to honor our diverse world through an exploration of history, legend, cultures and faith.


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About Family Concerts

The Schubert Club Family Concerts are intended for children and their families. Children of all ages will be entertained and excited as they learn about music and participate in these interactive concerts!

Concerts are approximately 45 minutes in length.

 The series features composers and performers of local, national, and international prominence. The series offers listeners a rare opportunity to enjoy one of the richest and most varied forms of musical literature. Through imaginative and varied programming, traditional chamber music, jazz, new compositions, and popular music are all available in a context which links rather than separates them.

The first concert in the series features WindSync Woodwind Quintet performing a staged and costumed performance of Peter and the Wolf. 

Tickets are only $7 each

(Everyone, regardless of age, must have a ticket)

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