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Canberra Recorder and Early Music Society: In Dulci Jubilo!

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High Court of Australia

Parkes Pl

Parkes, ACT 2600

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for a joyful start to the festive season with music from the Middle Ages to carolling the twelve days of Christmas. For centuries the time of advent has been marked by a spirit of expectation, anticipation and joy.

Special dishes, decorations and gifts have been prepared in various forms and in many traditions, all over the world. Among all the busy activities music has always played a major role. Sacred works have been written and performed, and carol singing and playing, at home as well as in the community, has been part of this enjoyable time.

The Canberra Recorder and Early Music Society’s (CREMS) recorder orchestra will take the audience on a journey of festive tunes from the 14th century, consort music from the Renaissance and Baroque eras, as well as witty arrangements of some popular carols. Enjoy this musical treat!

CREMS is a society of recorder enthusiasts in the Canberra region. They enjoy playing both early and modern music on recorders of all sizes from the tiny sopranino to the large contrabass. CREMS offer playing opportunities including recorder orchestras, ensembles and workshops led by professional tutors.

Barbara Jerjen, music teacher and performer, is the Musical Director of CREMS and conducts the CREMS recorder orchestra and ensembles. Barbara studied flute and recorder at the conservatory of Basel, as well as musicology, pedagogy and languages at the University of Basel, Switzerland.

For more information please visit www.canberrarecorders.com

Duration 60 minutes.

Admission to this concert is by registration only. Registration opens 9 November 2018.

Photograph courtesy of Peter Hislop.

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