In the 15th and 16th centuries, the richest choral tradition in European history took root in the Low Countries. Renaissance polyphony continued to develop across Europe, but it all began in the Burgundian Netherlands, home to Josquin, Ockeghem, Isaac, Lassus, and Sweelinck. This concert will be essential listening for lovers of choral music. Here is a link to read a Wall Street Journal review of a concert by the famed Voices.
In this week’s newsletter: Updates on our return to in-person 11 a.m. Eucharists (with continued access for online worshipers). Also: an introduction to Ascension’s new sexton, a preview of the next Racial Justice Discussion Group (September 23, via Zoom), and more news and updates about our parish life.