12 musicians will perform music on violin, lute, sackbutts,
recorders, cornamusen, krummhorns, bagpipes, racketts, tartold, spinettino,
tabor, and voices.
Bryan, Andy Harris, Daphne Clifton, Lori Fitch, Polly Gibson, Cindy Markham, Ben
Fitch, Kathryn Richer, Hideki Yamaya, Sharon Cheney,
Phil Neuman, and Gayle Neuman. The Oregon Renaissance Band, celebrating its
23rd year, specializes in the performance of 16th and early 17th century
repertoire on historical instruments. They have appeared on NPR's
Performance Today and performed at the Regensburg Early Music Festival in
Germany. Their new CD "Now make we joye," featuring Renaissance Christmas and other
celebratory music has just been released, and their earlier CD "Carnevale!," featuring Italian carnival songs and other festive
pieces, is in its second pressing. Many of the instruments played by
members of ORB are built by the performers themselves after museum
originals. Members include David Bryan, Sharon Cheney, Daphne Clifton,
Ben Fitch, Lori Fitch, Polly Gibson, Andrew Harris, Cindy
Markham, Gayle Neuman, Phil Neuman, Kathryn Richer, and Hideki Yamaya.
Sunday, January 4th, 2015: "Music for Twelfth Night" The Cascadia Loud Band. Music for the New Year, Epiphany and selections from Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" will be played on a consort of shawms, recorders, as well as dulcians, violin, cittern, and bagpipes. Musicians are Laura Kuhlman, Brandon Labadie, Gayle Neuman, and Phil Neuman. The new quartbass dulcian will be premiered. Sunday, January 4th, 2015, 3:00pm, Community Music Center, 3350 SE Francis St., Portland, OR. Admission: $15 general and $12 students, seniors and EMGO members.