“The Body Must Depart – The Heart Remains With You”
Medieval love songs inspired by Arthurian Romance
Saturday, February 16th at 3pm, join us in the stunningly beautiful sanctuary of the Saint Charles Borromeo Church in Brooklyn Heights for an hour of exquisite music from the medieval courts of Burgundy! www.asteriamusica.com
The American ensemble Asteria (Sylvia Rhyne, soprano, and Eric Redlinger, lute and tenor) are known for their intimate and sumptuous performance style, and the emotional immediacy of their interpretations of late medieval and renaissance vocal and instrumental music. For this event, they will be performing the critically praised program that they recently performed for the popular Bargemusic concerts. If you missed it then, treat yourself now!
Tickets are only $20 suggested donation (cash or check with ID) at the door, and includes a reception with the artists following the concert!
What they say about “Asteria”
…meltingly beautiful…deeply expressive, intimate and often haunting interpretations…his lute playing was appealingly fresh…Ms. Rhyne sang with a clean, eloquent voice, subtle vibrato and a sure sense of diction.
The New York Times
“Asteria was wonderful! Their concert was magical and mesmerizing.
Asteria gave a brilliant performance – an exquisite feast for the eyes, the ears, the mind and the heart.
Miami Bach Society
Event: Early Music Duo: Asteria
Date & Time: Saturday, February 16th at 3pm (doors open 2:30pm)
Venue: Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church
Address: 21 Sidney Place, Brooklyn Heights, New York
(between Joralemon & State Streets)
Subways: R to Court Street, 2, 3, 4 or 5 to Borough Hall, A or F to Jay
Street, C to Brooklyn High Street
Tickets and Reservations:
Tickets are $20.oo suggested donation (includes reception with artists)
Cash or Check with ID only, at the door the day of the concert
Running time: 60 minutes, plus reception.
More information for Theater 2020 at: www.Theater2020.com and on Facebook!