www.seventimessalt.com St. Anne's in the Fields
147 Concord Rd.
Lincoln, MA 01773
History, Music, Performing Arts
Seven Times Salt tells the remarkable story of Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia. Born in Scotland in 1596, Elizabeth later married Frederick V of the Palatinate, who ascended to the throne of Bohemia in 1619 only to be deposed the following year. Elizabeth’s brief reign earned her the nickname “The Winter Queen.” We follow The Winter Queen’s tumultuous life story with celebratory music from England on the occasion of her wedding in 1613, music borne of religious anguish during the Thirty Years’ War, and finally music of mourning and hope following Elizabeth’s exile from Bohemia and eventual return home in the first years of the Restoration. We are pleased to once again be joined by our colleagues from In Stile Moderno. Virtual premiere in early April TBA.
Agnes Coakley Cox, soprano
Corey Dalton Hart, tenor, recorder
Karen Burciaga, violin, tenor viol
Nathaniel Cox, cornetto, theorbo
Dan Meyers, recorder, flute, percussion
David H. Miller, bass viol
Matthew Wright, lute, bandora
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