3pm -- Blue Heron Choir

  • 18 Apr 2015
  • 3:00 PM
  • St. Joseph Center Chapel, 1501 S. Layton Boulevard, Milwaukee, WI

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Boston Choir Sings Music 

with No Title, No Composer

The final concert of Early Music Now’s 28th season presents a quirky, characterful, and entirely anonymous 16th century composition performed by the 13 voices of Boston’s Blue Heron Choir ( Recently reconstructed as part of an ongoing project exploring neglected early 16th-century English music, this “Missa Sine Nomine” (mass without a name) struck the choir’s director as so fantastic that he decided to include it in this tour in place of the originally scheduled music of Richard Pygott (ca. 1485-1549). This April 18th concert at St. Joseph Center Chapel also includes Sarum plainchant, and music of Robert Hunt (early 16th century) and Hugh Aston (c. 1485-1558). 

Music director Scott Metcalfe is widely recognized as one of North America’s leading specialists in music from the 15th through the 17th centuries and beyond. He is also a baroque violinist, and teaches vocal ensemble repertoire and performance practice at Boston University.

Note that this April 18th concert at the St. Joseph Center Chapel begin at 3:00, with a pre-concert lecture by the director at 2:00. Each half of the program will run approximately 40 minutes, with a 30 minute intermission reception. St. Joseph Center Chapel is located at 1501 South Layton Boulevard (South 27th Street) with parking in the lot behind the chapel at 29th and Orchard.

Concert tickets priced at $28-$44 for adults and seniors, and $10-$15 for students (six and older) are available online at, by phone at 414.225.3113, or by mail at 759 N Milwaukee St, Suite 420, Milwaukee 53202, using the printable online order form. Group rates are also available.

Complete program information is available at


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