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Clarion Society:

Josquin des Prez Marathon

Performances

Date and Time

Wednesday, June 8, 2022

3 pm to 8 pm

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Marking the 500th anniversary of the death of the renowned Renaissance composer Josquin des Prez, The Clarion Choir & Orchestra take over the galleries of The Met Cloisters for five hours of superb performances. From dazzling early works to more mature expressions, hear des Prez’s masterful sacred and secular music as it resonates throughout one of New York’s most enchanting spaces.

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This program is made possible by the Howard & Sarah D. Solomon Foundation, Emilie and Michael Corey, and the General Delegation of the Government of Flanders to the USA.

Image: The Clarion Choir. Photo by Stephanie Berger

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