Tag: Florence

“Weightless accuracy:” a review from the Washington Post

The Washington Post came out this week with a review of our performance of Florence: Christmas Music of the Trecento. Here’s what they had to say about us: This is mesmerizing music and, performed with the quietly introspective vocal exultation of the women of Trio […]

FLORENCE: Christmas Music of the Trecento

In 14th-century Florence, lay religious fraternities began incorporating vernacular ceremonial songs known as laude into their worship. This popular form entered the homes of the city’s courtiers, learned clerics, and middle-class urbanites. Hear us perform these stirring laude along with cheerful dances and polyphonic works […]