The Dancing Master: English Folk Music of the 17th Century

Dates: 
Friday, Feb 9,
7:00pm to 9:30pm
Category: 
Address: 
323 West 108th Street
Neighborhood: 
Upper West Side, Manhattan
Phone: 
2126636021
Cost: 
Free

Bloomingdale School of Music Presents
The Dancing Master: English Folk Music of the 17th Century
A Free Concert Performed on Early Music Instruments Featuring
Cellist Margalit Cantor, Violinist Marina Fragoulis, and Adam Cockerham on Lute
Friday, February 9, at 7:00PM

New York, New York -- Bloomingdale School of Music (BSM) is pleased to present a concert entitled The Dancing Master: English Folk Music of the 17th Century on Friday, February 9th at 7:00 pm. Led by BSM faculty member Margalit Cantor on baroque cello, she will be joined by Marina Fragoulis on baroque violin and Adam Cockerham on lute. This free concert will be held in the David Greer Recital Hall, located at the school's home site at 323 West 108th Street between Broadway and Riverside Drive. Seating is limited.

BSM cello faculty member Margalit Cantor returns for another fascinating program of rarely heard English baroque music performed on original instruments. This concert will feature a charming collection of tuneful ayers, ballads, and fantasias from the 17th Century English countryside.