Performances

 

Schedule

DateCityStateVenueInfo
Friday, October 10, 2014, 7:30 p.m. Washington DC

St. Mark's on Capitol Hill
301 A Street, SE

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Washington Early Music Festival weekend concert featuring Hesperus (first half) and the Suspicious Cheese Lords (second half).

Hesperus celebrates its new Trio Pardessus/Boismortier recording with a set of pardessus duos by De Caix, Leclair, Telemann and Boismortier, played by Tina Chancey and Annalisa Pappano. Ms. Pappano is Director of Cincinnati's Catacoustic Consort; Ms. Chancey is Director of Hesperus.

The Suspicious Cheese Lords present “FrankenMass: A Tale of Parody,” a complete Mass setting crafted from five different dead bodies (of work), sutured together with the threads of their precursory melodies. Come hear us dig up a war song, a love song, a Gregorian chant, and a polyphonic motet from the Renaissance and reanimate them into…FrankenMass!

Tickets $30 / $15 students, available at the door
Friday, October 17, 2014 8:00 p.m. Philadelphia PA

Cathedral Basilica of SS Peter and Paul
18th Street & Benjamin Franklin Parkway

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Concert. Tickets $25-$35

The Suspicious Cheese Lords present a program of unaccompanied Renaissance works, focusing on exquisite but little-known repertoire, such as an anonymous setting of the Salve Regina from a 17th-century Guatemalan choirbook. The bulk of their program will consist of  “FrankenMass,” a complete Mass setting which they've crafted from five different bodies (of work), and sutured together with the threads of their parodied melodies. Come hear the Cheese Lords dig up a war song, a love song, a Gregorian chant, and a polyphonic motet from the Renaissance and reanimate them into…FrankenMass!

Saturday, October 18, 2014, 7:00 p.m. Atlantic City NJ

St. Nicholas of Tolentine Church
1409 Pacific Avenue (Pacific & Tennessee)

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Concert. A free will offering will be taken.

The Suspicious Cheese Lords present a program of unaccompanied Renaissance works, focusing on exquisite but little-known repertoire, such as an anonymous setting of the Salve Regina from a 17th-century Guatemalan choirbook. The bulk of their program will consist of  “FrankenMass,” a complete Mass setting which they've crafted from five different bodies (of work), and sutured together with the threads of their parodied melodies. Come hear the Cheese Lords dig up a war song, a love song, a Gregorian chant, and a polyphonic motet from the Renaissance and reanimate them into…FrankenMass!