News of the week of June 19, 2018

Meeting report

We played:

MCC-42540 Reliëf met Maria met kind (1)

Schedule

We meet Tuesdays at 7:45 pm, at 233 Broadway, Cambridge, as
long as enough people have told me by Monday night that they want
to come.

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News of the week of June 12, 2018

Meeting report

Sign of 'The Mytton and Mermaid' - a roadside inn - geograph.org.uk - 723408

We played:

Schedule

We meet Tuesdays at 7:45 pm, at 233 Broadway, Cambridge, as
long as enough people have told me by Monday night that they want
to come.

News of the week of June 5, 2018

Meeting Report

Rubens Satyrs chasing nymphs (detail) 02

We played:

Schedule

We meet Tuesdays at 7:45 pm, at 233 Broadway, Cambridge, as
long as enough people have told me by Monday night that they want
to come.

News of the week of May 29, 2018

Meeting report:

Cupid Shooting Arrows at the World Globe MET DP802383

We played:

Schedule

We meet Tuesdays at 7:45 pm, at 233 Broadway, Cambridge, as
long as enough people have told me by Monday night that they want
to come.

News of the week of May 22, 2018

Meeting Report

[St. George's Chapel Choir]

We played:

Schedule

We meet Tuesdays at 7:45 pm, at 233 Broadway, Cambridge, as
long as enough people have told me by Monday night that they want
to come.

Concert

Renaissonics is playing a
CD release concert on Friday, May 25 at 8pm at First Church in
Cambridge, 11 Garden St.

News of the Week of May 8, 2018

[Ishmael, Paul, Laura, Robin, Priscilla, Stuart]
Cantabile Band at 2018 Walk for Hunger: Ishmael Stefanov-Wagner, Paul Ukleja, Laura Conrad, Robin Colgrove, Priscilla Hunt, Stuart Mason. Photo by Ishmael and David Bor

Meeting report:

We played:

Performance Report

The weather was cool and cloudy — perfect for the walkers.
There were 5 raindrops at about noon, but nothing to justify how
freaked out some of the new performers were by the idea of playing
in the rain.

Our sets of dances by Susato and Holborne went well. We played
the Fairie
Round
on almost no rehearsal and people clapped and
cheered.

A welcome improvement this year was that we had a guest group
who alternated sets with us. This meant that our breaks could be
long enough to get to the bathroom and back, and that we got to
hear as well as play beautiful music. They opened with a
poignantly beautiful Il
bianco e dolce cigno
. Also striking was their arrangment
of “Quem Pastores”.

[Kim, David, Nouri, Peggy]
Guest performers at 2018 Walk for Hunger: Kim Waas, David Bor, Nouri Newman, Peggy Bendroth [Photo by Ishmael Stefanov-Wagner]