The Early Interval to play music by nuns of 17th century and earlier

During November and December, Greater Columbus hosts holiday concerts.

Early Interval has one more for early music lovers.

The long-standing early music ensemble – a genre that refers to groups featuring centuries-old repertoires and instruments – will present its annual ‘Twelfth Night’ concert at St. Joseph’s Cathedral on Friday.

“Doing something right after the beginning of the year is like putting an end to holiday concerts that holiday season,” said Jim Bates, leader of Early Interval. . . Kind of like the end of Christmas.

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At this year’s Twelfth Night concert, the group, consisting of Bates on treble and bass viol, Sean Ferguson on theorbo and tenor viol, David Stefano on recorder and tenor viol, and Alexandra Virgo on violin and treble viol, performed music composed by turn your eyes. by Italian nuns before the 17th century.

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