40th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT HONORS NEARLY 100 PAST AND PRESENT PARTICIPANTS OF THE MARLBORO RECORDER WORKSHOP
MARLBORO, VT – Well into its 40th Season this spring, the Marlboro Recorder Workshop will honor nearly 100 past and present participants to celebrate the group’s history with a 40th anniversary early music concert.
Titled “Western Music from 1150 to 1750,” the anniversary event is set for Sunday, April 25 at 3 p.m. at Marlboro College’s Whittemore Theater.
Ensemble cordiforme and guest artists will present a program of vocal and instrumental medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque music from England, France, Spain, Italy, and Germany.
The concert will feature Marlboro College faculty member Edmund Brelsford, recorders, lute, baritone;Jessie Lepkoff, recorders, baroque flute, tenor; Eric Redlinger, lute, tenor; Wendy Redlinger, portative organ, harpsichord, soprano; Sylvia Rhyne, soprano; Alice Robbins, viola da gamba; and Marlboro College faculty member JunkoWatanabe, soprano.
This 40th anniversary event is free and open to the public and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. The Whittemore Theater, located on the main Marlboro College campus on South Road in Marlboro, Vermont, is fully accessible.
For more information or inclement weather cancellation information, contact Marlboro College Public Relations Coordinator Erin George at (802) 251-7644.