Spanish Baroque Choral Music at the Hispanic Society

Meridionalis, the choral group of the Americas Society, will do a free concert of early Spanish music on December 8: “Luna sin mancha, Sol sin ocaso.” The program features polychoral works from the Hispanic Society’s Olmeda Collection, which includes composers such as Tomás Luis de Victoria, Juan de Madrid, Mateo Romero, Diego de Cáseda, and Manuel de Egüés. These works, for multiple choirs with instrumental accompaniment, represent the pinnacle of early Spanish liturgical music.

For more about the Olmeda Collection and Thursday’s program, visit the Americas Society’s event page, where you can also see video from past concerts.

Admission is free and open to the public!

7 pm
Dec 8, 2016

The Hispanic Society of America
Audubon Terrace
Broadway between 155th and 156th Streets
New York, NY

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