Program

Richard Mico

Pavan in F

Clement Woodcock

Browning

William Byrd

Pavan and Galliard

Jacques-Martin Hotteterre

Trio Sonata in C Major for 2 Recorders and Continuo, Op. 3, No. 5

Henry Purcell

The Plaint, from “The Fairy Queen”

Francesco Geminiani

Sonata in A Minor for Cello, Op.5, No.6

François Couperin

Concert No. 9 in E Major

Jean-Baptiste Barrière

Sonata No. 1 in D Major for Cello and Continuo

Barbara Strozzi

Sospira, Respira, Op. 6, No., 17

Samuel Scheidt

Ludi Musici

Michael Praetorius

Es ist ein Ros

Tomás Luis de Victoria

Ave Maris Stella

Isabella Leonarda

Canon Coronato

Anonymous

Portum in Ultimo

Event Info

It’s springtime in December! Join Early Music Princeton for an evening of music by Byrd, Purcell, Geminiani, Hotteterre, Couperin, Strozzi, Scheidt, Praetorius, and more.

Free; onsite registration required. Please arrive early to register.

In accordance with university policy at this time: Please note that performers might not be wearing masks during this event. The new protocol (updated November 2021) requires unmasked performers to undergo COVID-19 testing three times in the week leading up to the event. All concert attendees are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and to wear a mask indoors. We are unable to allow entry to unvaccinated children. 

About the Artist:

Early Music Princeton (EMP), directed by harpsichordist Wendy Young, is an umbrella organization devoted to the exploration of early music for graduate and undergraduate students in all disciplines, as well as faculty and staff members at Princeton University. Members of Early Music Princeton study and perform vocal and instrumental repertoire spanning the centuries from Medieval and Renaissance to High Baroque, with a special focus on historical performance practices. EMP’s ensembles include the Early Music Princeton Singers, Viol Consort, and Chamber Players (both modern and original instruments). EMPLOrk is a collaboration between EMP and the Princeton Laptop Orchestra, bringing the worlds of early and new music closer together.

EMP has a large instrument collection, including harpsichords, violins, viola, cello, a full range of viols, and Baroque bows, to name but a few, allowing for the exploration and performance of a wide range of repertoire.

Wendy Young is joined by faculty members Nancy Wilson (Baroque Violin and Viola), Sarah Cunningham (Viola da gamba and Baroque Cello), and Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek (Soprano), all internationally renowned early music specialists. EMP also has an Outreach program, focusing on taking early music beyond the university campus, as well as organizing interactive workshops for both students and the community.