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Tuesday, January 2, 2018 — 12:30 PM EST

Founded by tenor Bud Roach in 2008, Capella Intima has carved out a niche for itself in the Toronto early music scene by presenting the vocal chamber music of the 17th century in exciting concerts of rarely-heard gems. With motets and cantatas for up to four voices interspersed with readings from composers, performers and critics of the period, audiences are given context to music that has only come to light in recent years, thanks to the renewed interest in historically informed performance. 

Capella Intima will present a  programme of late 18th and early 19th-century glees and catches that would have been popular during the early days of the city of Hamilton.  A little Kitchener-Waterloo history will be incorporated as well!

Sheila Dietrich, soprano;  Jennifer Enns Modolo, alto; Bud Roach, tenor;  David Roth, baritone

Capella Intima

Capella Intima Website

Cost 
Free Admission
Location 
CGR - Conrad Grebel University

140 Westmount Road North

Waterloo, ON N2L 3G6
Canada
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