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To Grasp the Wind:
ut ventum teneat

Friday, January 12, 3:30pm

Fulton Recital Hall, Goodspeed Hall, 4th floor

University of Chicago

5845 S Ellis Ave. (Chicago)

Free admission

Schola Antiqua's founding Artistic Director, Calvin M. Bower, delivers remarks at the University of Chicago Music Department's colloquium series on his decades-long work on the liturgical sequences of Notker of St. Gall. Members of Schola Antiqua provide live musical examples from a forthcoming album of 23 sequences written by Notker.

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Reflections in/on Glass

Thursday, March 7, 7:00pm

Fountain Court of the Memorial Art Gallery

University of Rochester

500 University Ave. (Rochester, NY)

Included with museum admission (link)

Schola Antiqua continues it alliances with museums across the United States with a program designed to accompany the installation of the Memorial Art Gallery's new exhibit of stained glass. The singers join with members of the contemporary music ensemble OSSIA to highlight a wide range of themes reflected in the glass display. Naomi Gregory will also perform on the museum's exquisite Italian Baroque organ. 

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