The Goliards, Savannah’s ambitious and versatile early music ensemble, presents a program consisting of an overview of their productions since the beginning of their Savannah incarnation and a largelyinstrumental realization of music from the British Isles from the 17th and 18th centuries.
The performance will be on Saturday, June 4 at 7:30 pm in the Garden at Ships of the Sea Museum. The event is free. (There will be light refreshments for sale)
The first half of the program will feature artsongs from 14th-century Italy, along with songs from 13th-century Provence, as well as several Cantigas de Santa Maria from 13th-century Castile.
The second half of the program will feature harpsichordist Anne Acker performing a solo piece or two as well as a sonata for recorder and harpsichord, and will conclude with selections taken from the Goliards’ extensive repertory of harp and fiddle tunes from 17th-18th-century Ireland . For information visit www.savannahgoliards.org., call912 232 1511 or firstname.lastname@example.org.