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La Jolla Renaissance Singers: Cancionero de Iberia

A program of Renaissance music from Spain, and from New Spain (in the Americas!)  We will be joined in this program by Courtly Noyse, a local San Diego ensemble specializing in performance of early music, both instrumental and choral.  Courtly Noyse will be presenting Renaissance music from England, and the two ensembles will perform several pieces together.

La Jolla Renaissance Singers: Cancionero de Iberia

A program of Spanish Renaissance music, both from Spain and from its empire in the New World, inspired by the San Diego Museum of Art’s new exhibition, “Spain – the Golden Era.”  This performance will occur in the museum foyer, and can be enjoyed while touring the exhibition!

La Jolla Renaissance Singers: Open Auditions!

If you love to sing a cappella music, in an ensemble of 20-24 SATB singers, come to our first rehearsal and try us out!  We expect our singers to be able to sing a cappella music (selected from this season’s program) in a solo quartet as part of our audition process.  Our program for Fall 2018 is entitled “Night Song” and includes music from the Renaissance to the 21st century!  Please contact Steve Shields (sjshields1@earthlink.net, (858) 452-1259) for more information.

La Jolla Renaissance Singers: The Grand Tour

La Jolla Renaissance Singers’ spring program is inspired by the Grand Tour of Europe, a traditional pilgrimage undertaken by young Europeans of means from the 16th to 18th centuries. The custom, which served as an educational rite of passage for fashionable society, followed a standard itinerary including Paris, Milan, Rome, Venice, Munich, Brussels, and London.

La Jolla Renaissance Singers: The Grand Tour

La Jolla Renaissance Singers’ spring program is inspired by the Grand Tour of Europe, a traditional pilgrimage undertaken by young Europeans of means from the 16th to 18th centuries. The custom, which served as an educational rite of passage for fashionable society, followed a standard itinerary including Paris, Milan, Rome, Venice, Munich, Brussels, and London.

La Jolla Renaissance Singers: The Grand Tour

La Jolla Renaissance Singers’ spring program is inspired by the Grand Tour of Europe, a traditional pilgrimage undertaken by young Europeans of means from the 16th to 18th centuries. The custom, which served as an educational rite of passage for fashionable society, followed a standard itinerary including Paris, Milan, Rome, Venice, Munich, Brussels, and London.