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See May 9th BEETHOVEN 250 with Zorá String Quartet on right.
Sat. June 13, 5:30 pm
THE SWEETS OF LOVE: Good Pennyworths
Olivia Betzen, soprano, and Garald Farnham, baritone and lutes, share a variety of solos and duets that highlight the many facets of love. The music was composed by prominent artists at the time Shakespeare was writing his plays, often setting the verses of poets and playwrights to music as well as writing their own texts. Come and enjoy the music and poetry of John Dowland, Thomas Campion, Alfonso Ferrabosco and others, respected artists who entertained in the courts and manor houses of England and Europe.
Sun. June 14, 4 pm An extra program!
PASSING BY: MY LIFE AS A MINSTREL
Both touching and humorous, Passing By describes the journeys of a modern-day troubadour, Garald Farnham, who accompanies his singing with lute. This entertainment for the parlor features Renaissance lute songs, songs from Shakespeare’s plays, traditional folk ballads, and classics from the 1960s. Garald has entertained both children and adults on five continents. Drawing from these experiences, he has created a totally spontaneous selection.
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