Trombones in the Renaissance
to Jul 13

Trombones in the Renaissance


Incantare presents the trombone in all its glory! With four trombones, violin, voice, and continuo, our program — created specially for ITF 2019 — demonstrates the versatility and warmth of the trombone in music from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

With special guests

Paul Von Hoff, trombone
Andrew Rader, alto
Rebecca Burkhart, organ

Exact location and time TBA.

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Incantare in Louisville
2:00 PM14:00

Incantare in Louisville

Incantare comes to Louisville for a first-of-its-kind performance in Kentucky. Join us for a resplendent concert of late sixteenth- and early seventeenth-century instrumental chamber music. Music of Monteverdi, Vierdanck, Castello, and more. With special guests Anna Maberry, violin and John Austin Clark, organ.

$15 adults/$5 students. Tickets available at the door.

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From Darkness Into Light: Music in the Aftermath of War
8:00 PM20:00

From Darkness Into Light: Music in the Aftermath of War


Incantare will be joined by guest vocalists to present From Darkness into Light: Music in the Aftermath of War , which illuminates the music of lesser-known composers following the tumultuous period of the Thirty Years War. These composers are intimately connected: driven from city to city by sickness and war, brought together by extraordinary musical abilities, their music creates a bright path that leads us through and beyond a period of impenetrable darkness. Including music by Ahle, Hammerschmidt, Rosenmüller, Vierdanck, Schop, Grimm, and others.

With special guests:

Chelsie Propst, soprano
Clara Osowski, mezzo
Andrew Kane, baritone
Timothy Bruett, bass
Ginna Watson, violin
Bruce Jacobs, organ

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