"Troubadours 2021" Streaming This Summer!
This July, Cappella Clausura is thrilled to bring you a recorded collection of commissioned works honoring female troubadours of the 12th-14th century. Based on the writings of ancient songwriters, each piece in “Troubadours 2021” will be given new life by an eclectic group of modern day composers specializing in everything from jazz and hip hop to medieval, classical, and Bengali music.
Early access to the project opens on June 24th, with general access opening on June 30th. The pieces will be available on Youtube through July 31st.
Check out our teaser trailer below!
Click here to view the full Composer Roundtable recording.
This project was made possible through generous grants from the Village Bank, the Mass Cultural Council, and the Newton Cultural Council. We are immensely grateful for their generous support.
Cappella Clausura proudly presents Chiara Margarita Cozzolani's
from Salmi a Otto Voci Concertati, Venice1650
Thanks to all of our fabulous singers and player, and to Christopher Pitts and to the Newton Cultural Council, and to YOU for making this possible.
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"Rich and resplendent...shines a light on forgotten female composers..."
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