Early Music Seminar: Lo How a Rose E’er Blooming
Wednesday December 13, 6pm
Led by Robert Eisenstein, this lively seminar offers a sneak peek at the upcoming concert Lo How a Rose E’er Blooming. Tickets are $20.
Pre-performance Discussion: Lo How a Rose E’er Blooming
Friday December 15, 7pm
Robert Aubry Davis leads a lively pre-concert discussion with Robert Eisenstein and other performers. Free with purchase of ticket to the evening's performance.
Friday December 15
Visit the Great Hall prior to the evening’s performance to learn more about how you can make a difference in your neighborhood and around the world. Representatives from such organizations as Adam’s Shelter, Central Union Mission, and the Refugee Response Team will be giving information on how best to care and connect to those in need. Consider bringing along a donation of new or gently used kids hats and gloves to support recently resettled refugee families.
Community Sing: Lo How a Rose E’er Blooming
Sunday December 17, 4pm
Folger Consort musicians lead audience members in learning holiday songs from the medieval to the baroque. Enjoy singing and visiting the Folger during this festive holiday time. Free.
German Embassy Night
Tuesday December 19
Prior the evening's performance, Consort audience members are invited to a free reception starting at 6pm and exhibit across the street from the Folger Shakespeare Library at the Lutheran Church of the Reformation (212 East Capitol Street NE). Hosted by the Embassy of Germany, the #HereIStand exhibit employs cutting-edge media transcending the digital/physical divide to engage, inspire, and spur reflection on the 500th anniversary of the start of the Reformation.