The Bacheler Consort

A Musical Banquet
Elizabethan & Jacobean Lute Songs, Dialogues, 
& Mixed Consort Music

Sunday, August 21, 2016, 3 PM
Stamford United Methodist Church
88 Main St., Stamford, NY
Admission at the door only
Suggested donation:
$12 for adults / $6 for senior citizens and students / Under 13 free
Refreshments after the concert catered by A Taste of Europe Restaurant

John Mark Rozendaal, treble viol
Deborah Booth, recorder and flutes
Christopher Morrongiello, lutes, director
Matthew Weinman, cittern and lute
Jason Priset, bandora
Scott Zoid, bass viol
Alexandra Olsavksy, soprano
Eric Alexieff, tenor
Rex Benincasa, historical percussion

The Bacheler Consort is named after the late-Elizabethan lute virtuoso
Daniel Bacheler (15721619), a most imaginative composer of mixed
consort music whose genius is becoming more widely known today.
The Consort varies its ensemble size and instrumental lineup to offer a
variety of music shows, from intimate recitals of lute music to fully-
staged Jacobean masques and dramatic works. The Consort has
been together since 2003 and has acquired a reputation for combining
scholarly research with cutting-edge historical performance practice. It
is in this alchemy that the Consort aspires to conjure up the more
elusive aesthetics of Renaissance music-making.


Copyright 2016, Deborah Booth