Early Wind Music Performance

. . . with a great noyse of mistralsye, trumpets, cornets and shawmes, and great plenty of waxe torches lighted" - masque for Richard II


Music from the Age of Discovery

Posted by Bill Jamieson on March 15, 2011 at 4:06 AM

On Wednesday, March 23, A Great Noyse will be presenting the Age of Discovery.

We will be joined by acclaimed Victoria soprano, Elizabeth MacIsaac, and lutenist Darren Smith.

The concert will feature sacred and secular music from the age of the great explorers, performed by voice, lute and on our usual assortment of replca wind instruments.

It will be held in the intriguing historical courtroom in the Maritime Museum of B.C., a real 19th Century courtroom from the early days of Victoria - and still in use periodically as a courtroom today.

See our "Age of Discovery" page on this site for more information.

We look forward to seeing you there!


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