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Santa Rosa de Lima, 1671 - performed by Meridionalis

The Executive Director of The Hispanic Society Museum & Library, Mitchell A. Codding, in collaboration with the Church of the Intercession cordially invite you to the Concert Series featuring Music from the Olmeda Collection at The Hispanic Society Museum & Library   SANTA ROSA DE LIMA, 1671 performed by MERIDIONALIS Sebastian Zubieta, Music Director   April 27, 2017 at 7:00 pm The Nave of the Church of the Intercession 550 West 155th Street (Broadway Entrance), New York, NY 10032 Rev. Rhonda J Rubinson, priest-in-charge   The concert will focus on the several examples of plainchant in the collection of the Hispanic Society. It will be performed in the Nave of the Church of the Intercession, whose neo-Gothic architecture and resonant acoustics will provide an ideal venue for this repertoire. The Hispanic Society holds several remarkable pieces, including a Peruvian office for the feast of St. Rosa of Lima dated 1671 and various medieval and renaissance Missals from Saragossa, Madrid, and Salamanca.    RSVP to events@hispanicsociety.org   This program is supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with GRoW @ Annenberg, and the Spain Culture New York-Consulate General of Spain. 

The Executive Director of The Hispanic Society Museum & Library,
Mitchell A. Codding, in collaboration with the Church of the Intercession
cordially invite you to the Concert Series

featuring

Music from the Olmeda Collection at The Hispanic Society Museum & Library
 

SANTA ROSA DE LIMA, 1671

performed by

MERIDIONALIS

Sebastian Zubieta, Music Director


 
April 27, 2017 at 7:00 pm

The Nave of the Church of the Intercession
550 West 155th Street (Broadway Entrance), New York, NY 10032
Rev. Rhonda J Rubinson, priest-in-charge
 

The concert will focus on the several examples of plainchant in the collection of the Hispanic Society. It will be performed in the Nave of the Church of the Intercession, whose neo-Gothic architecture and resonant acoustics will provide an ideal venue for this repertoire. The Hispanic Society holds several remarkable pieces, including a Peruvian office for the feast of St. Rosa of Lima dated 1671 and various medieval and renaissance Missals from Saragossa, Madrid, and Salamanca. 
 

RSVP to events@hispanicsociety.org

 

This program is supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with GRoW @ Annenberg, and the Spain Culture New York-Consulate General of Spain.