Los Grillos

is no longer active. :-(


 

The last concert was...

 

the rarely heard

 

Responsories for Maundy Thursday

by

Carlo Gesualdo

 

18th Century Italian Trio Sonatas
on period instruments

 

PROGRAM (APPROX. 1 HOUR):

+ Sonata in G Major

+ Responsories for
      Maundy Thursday

+ Sonata in D Minor

Antonio Lotti (1667- 1740)

Carlo Gesualdo
      (1560- 1613)

Francesco Mancini (1672- 1737)

 

[grillos-cricket]

For further
information, call
Audrey Vaughan

626-796-5053
or
818-265-7538

Sunday, March 26, 2000

at 4:00 PM

Church of the Angels
1100 North Avenue 64, Los Angeles
(corner of Avenue 64 and Church St.;
near the city of Pasadena)

Requested Donation ~ $7.00

Refreshments served following the concert

 

 

 

 

Click on
link to a
color map
to Church

 

[melodic-graphic]

Los Grillos is a long-standing, respected amateur madrigal group based in Altadena, California. The literature explored is about 90% from the Renaissance, with much of it unrecorded and entails great musical challenge for vocalists and instrumentalists alike. The group was giving two performances per year.

Unfortunately, this madrigal group has been retired and is no longer in existence.

 

Click here for samples of past Programmes...

If you are interested in becoming involved with Los Grillos in preparation for a future concert, please respond directly to Anna-Kria King (lesath@mvps.org)
Original group established in 1965

Performers:


Anna-Kria King
Sallie Manson
Carol Miller
Esther Gwynne
Karin Hilsdale
Mark Barton
John Rutland
John Kusmiss
Terry Martin
Barbara Beebee
Edwin Harris
Phillip Schlossberg
Joe Futerman
Audrey Vaughan

Soprano, Recorder
Soprano
Soprano
Alto
Alto
Tenor
Baritone
Bass
Bass
Baroque Flute
Pardessus & Bass Viola da Gamba
Bass Viola da Gamba
Reader
Director, Harpsichord

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