Orlando Consort at the Metropolitan Museum

The vocal quartet Orlando Consort will perform a concert in connection with the Art & Love in Renaissance Italy exhibition — I guess it will be about love in Renaissance Italy, hmm. Next Tuesday, Feb. 10, at the Metropolitan Museum, not Opera, at 8:00. I can’t find a complete program, just a note that it includes “Ciconia, Brunel, Gombert, Josquin, Compère, Isaac, and others” — that is, from just before 1400 to the central generation of Franco-Flemish polyphony in the early 16th century.

Coming Attractions updated. And don’t miss the exhibition, which closes February 16. Lots of music imagery, by the way.


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