Of All the Flowers:
Songs of the Late Middle Ages

The constantly evolving and inventive musical minds of Italian and French masters during the fourteenth century has left us with repertoires, both sacred and secular, that successfully unite the search for new and different creative paths with astonishing lyricism and sensual beauty.
In this specially commissioned program for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, you will hear music spanning the worlds of God and Man, by the greatest composers of their day: Machaut, Landini, da Bologna, and others, performed by the Camerata’s virtuoso singers with harp, vielles and bells.
March 6th, 8:00pm, MIT Walker Memorial Hall, Cambridge, MA