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Denver Early Music Consort - From Solomons Court to the Ends of the Earth: Songs of the Sephardim
Price $15 / $10 students & seniors
Age Suitability None Specified
Categories World Classical
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Denver Early Music Consort - From Solomon's Court to the Ends of the Earth: Songs of the Sephardim

Saturday, Apr 26 7:30p

Join Denver Early Music Consort, Yayoi Barrack guest artistic director; and Danse Etoile Ballet, Marie-Jose Payannet, choreographer, on a journey spanning 500 years around the world as we explore how the songs of the Sephardic Jews have evolved through time and place.

Amanda Balestrieri, soprano; Yayoi Barrack, viol and vielle; Marjorie Bunday, alto; Eric Harbeson, percussion; Linda Lunbeck, recorder; Carla Sciaky, viol and rebec.

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Carla Sciaky
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Musical traditions are woven together through the music of Brooklyn-born and Denver, Colorado-based folk songstress Carla Sciaky (pronounced: See-AH-kee). With her pure, soprano, vocals accompanied on a wide variety of instruments, Sciaky combines soft-spoken sensitivity with a unique gift at romantic balladry....
Marjorie Bunday
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Contralto / mezzo-soprano and Denver resident Marjorie Bunday has performed with the Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado, St. Martin's Chamber Choir, Pro Musica Colorado Chamber Orchestra, Seicento Baroque Ensemble, and is a staff singer at St....
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