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On August 3, a hot and sunny day, we performed a concert of music from the 13th to the 20th centuries in the beautiful gardens of Whitehern Historic House in Hamilton, Ontario.

In front of an appreciative audience, we played the much loved Finlandia by Sibelius, Clear or Cloudy by Dowland, If love’s a sweet passion by Purcell, April is in My Mistress’ Face by Morley, and one of our favourites: the Pavane from the Earle of Salisbury by Byrd.

Maestro Potvin entertained the public with his humour, pointing out how he was hoping performing music celebrating the spring season would help cool us down.

The rest of the program featured individuals from within the group as well as small ensembles, adding variety to an already eclectic presentation.

If you did not have a chance to see and hear us, make sure you attend one of our upcoming concerts. Just come back and visit us often for details.

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