Rosenmüller @ 400


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Johann Rosenmüller was a rising star on the German musical scene and was promised the position of cantor at the Leipzig Thomasschule (the position J.S. Bach would assume). But his career was derailed when he was thrown into prison on suspicion of homosexuality. Thankfully, he escaped and continued his career in Venice, composing sacred concertos that rival those of Monteverdi in their majesty and beauty. For this glorious evening celebrating the 400th year of Rosenmüller’s birth, the TCC will be accompanied by an ensemble of strings, organ, and sackbuts.

Pre-concert chat at 7:15 with sackbut specialist Linda Pearse of ¡Sacabuche!

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Regular, Senior, Under 30