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  • Consortium Carissimi, a local group devoted to showcasing the sacred and secular music of the early Roman Baroque, will present La Sincerità con la Sincerità ossia Il Tirinto, written by Bernard Pasquini (1637-1710), at the Ritz Theatre in Northeast Minneapolis June 3rd (7:30 p.m.), 4th (7:30 p.m.), and 5th (2:00 p.m.). The Ritz Theater is located at 345 13th Avenue Northeast, Minneapolis, MN 55413. Pasquini’s opera has never been performed for a modern audience. The first performanc…
  • Consortium Carissimi, a local group devoted to showcasing the sacred and secular music of the early Roman Baroque, will present La Sincerità con la Sincerità ossia Il Tirinto, written by Bernard Pasquini (1637-1710), at the Ritz Theatre in Northeast Minneapolis June 3rd (7:30 p.m.), 4th (7:30 p.m.), and 5th (2:00 p.m.). The Ritz Theater is located at 345 13th Avenue Northeast, Minneapolis, MN 55413. Pasquini’s opera has never been performed for a modern audience. The first performanc…
  •   Consortium Carissimi, a local group devoted to showcasing the sacred and secular music of the early Roman Baroque, will present La Sincerità con la Sincerità ossia Il Tirinto, written by Bernard Pasquini (1637-1710), at the Ritz Theatre in Northeast Minneapolis June 3rd (7:30 p.m.), 4th (7:30 p.m.), and 5th (2:00 p.m.). The Ritz Theater is located at 345 12th Avenue Northeast, Minneapolis, MN 55413. Pasquini’s opera has never been performed for a modern audience. The first perform…
  • Epiphany with Consortium Carissimi Carissimi’s most famous student of composition was undoubtedly the Frenchman, Marc-Antoine Charpentier and among his many well-known works is his grand polyphonic motet Te Deum (H. 146) best known for the great trumpet part in the Prelude. This baroque trumpet became widely used in Italy in the late 17th century in Bologna, quickly replacing the cornetto which had gone into disuse. What has now become a kind of tradition, Consortium Carissimi offers t…
  • Epiphany with Consortium Carissimi Carissimi’s most famous student of composition was undoubtedly the Frenchman, Marc-Antoine Charpentier and among his many well-known works is his grand polyphonic motet Te Deum (H. 146) best known for the great trumpet part in the Prelude. This baroque trumpet became widely used in Italy in the late 17th century in Bologna, quickly replacing the cornetto which had gone into disuse. What has now become a kind of tradition, Consortium Carissimi offers t…