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The Music of Anne Boleyn: Anne Boleyn's Music Book and its Court Contexts

The Music of Anne Boleyn: Anne Boleyn's Music Book and its Court Contexts
75 Queen's Park Circle, Emmanuel College, Room 119
Time: Sep 25th, 9:00 am End: May 26th, 4:30 pm
Interest Categories: Religion, Study of (FAS), Political Science, Music, Faculty of , History (FAS), English and Drama (UTM), English (UTSC), English (FAS), Book History/Print Culture, Art (FAS), 1500-1800, 1200-1500
Colloquium

The Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies is pleased to present:

The Music of Anne Boleyn: Anne Boleyn's Music Book and its Court Contexts

This one-day colloquium focuses on Royal College of Music MS 1070, a music manuscript that belonged to Anne Boleyn and is associated with her time, as a child and teenager, at the courts of Margaret of Austria and Claude de France. Local and international scholars will present papers on the manuscript and on the musical, religious, political, and artistic cultures associated with these courts. Along with scholarly presentations and discussion, there will be a concert of the music from the manuscript performed by The Musicians in Ordinary.

9 am to 4:30 pm -- Colloquium, 119 Emmaunel College (73 Queen's Park Crescent)

7:30 pm -- Introductory talk / 8:00 pm Concert, Father Madden Auditorium, Carr Hall (100 St. Joseph Street)

Featuring:

  • Linda Phyllis Austern
  • James Carley¬†
  • Jane Hatter
  • Ethan Matt Kavaler
  • Michael O'Connor
  • David Skinner
  • Lisa Urkevich
  • Deanne Williams

Organized by Deanne Williams, Associate Professor of English, York University.

For more information, please contact the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies at (416) 585-4484.

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