Katelyn Clark plays early keyboard pieces from the Robertsbridge Codex (c. 1360) by Francesco Landini, and from the Buxheim Organ Book (c. 1460), with experimental improvisation based on the thirteenth-century work The Song of the Sibyl, in the second of our outdoor concerts. These summer sessions jump through time to sample and contrast period music from the thirteenth century until today. All concerts take place on the green park in front of the CCA, unless it rains—then they move indoors to the Shaughnessy House.
Katelyn Clark specializes in early and experimental repertoire on historical keyboard instruments such as organetto, clavicymbalum, and harpsichord.
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