Preview: Medieval Women’s Choir Transports You to 14th Century Italy

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The Medieval Women’s Choir presents songs of praise and peace from medieval Italy.  Director Margriet Tindemans   talks about the music:

Hear soprano soloists Marian Seibert and Stacey Sunde and an instrumental ensemble of Vicki Boeckman  (recorder), Peggy Monroe (percussion), Bill McJohn (harp), and Margriet Tindemans (medieval fiddle). The program also includes modern settings of medieval Laude texts by Seattle composers Peter Seibert and Margriet Tindemans.

Saturday, May 16

8 pm

St. James Cathedral, 804 9th Ave., Seattle     Click here for tickets (passes)

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One thought on “Preview: Medieval Women’s Choir Transports You to 14th Century Italy

  1. Wonderful vignette to tell everyone about our wonderful choir and the remarkable director. Thank you, Marty.

    Ellen Seibert

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