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Wednesday, December 2, 2009
from 6–8 PM
"The Aerial Perspective"
at Flatirons Acura

5995 Arapahoe Av
Boulder, Colorado, 80503

Event at the exhibition of Steve Zimmermann, Photographer
Music and Refreshments
Ben Cohen, Lute and Marcy Jean Brenner, bass viol
Works by Diego Ortiz and Marin Marais



Sunday, December 13, 2009
10 AM
Unitarian Church, The Commons
Little Compton, Rhode Island, USA

Church Service with Viol Music
Lynn Tetenbaum and Marcy Jean Brenner, bass viol
Michael Bahmann, Music Director, organ and harpsichord


Sunday, December 13, 2009
3:30 PM
Cathedral of St. John
271 N. Main St.
Providence, RI

"Of God and Men": Bach and Handel Cantatas and Arias
Judson Griffin, violin and conductor
Christopher Lowrey, countertenor
Michael Bahmann and Frederick Jodry, harpsichord
Marcy Jean Brenner, violone


Sunday, December 13, 2009
8 PM
Trinity Church
One Queen Anne Square
Newport, Rhode Island, 02840

"The Seventh String"
A Concert of English, French and German music for two Bass Viols and Harpsichord
Lynn Tetenbaum and Marcy Jean Brenner, bass viol
Michael Bahmann, harpsichord

Works by John Jenkins, Christopher Simpson, Marin Marais, M. de Sainte-Colombe, J. S. Bach



Thursday, December 31, 2009
8 pm
At the home of Catharina Meints Caldwell
33rd Annual Viol Consort Concert

Professor Cathy Meints and her former and present students and colleagues read through piles of 3–9-voice viol consort music and presented a smattering of what they found. This year it was Italian double-choir music, including Priuli, as well as other music for viols, including the 5-voice version of the Hexachord by Alfonso Ferrabosco II.

The collection of instruments is famous worldwide.
The audience consists of illustrious Professors and Professors Emeritus from Oberlin College (where Marcy went for her undergraduate studies), townspeople and out-of-town friends and family.
This was Marcy’s second year there.