Henry VIII is remembered today because of his string of wives.  But he was also a musician, composer, and music lover.  We are presenting a concert of music by the king and by those around him.  It will take place on Friday, September 5th at 8 PM at the Center for Remembering and Sharing, located at 123 Fourth Avenue in Manhattan, between 12th and 13th Streets, just south of Union Square.  The center is located on the second floor--ring the bell and walk up.  The concert is free.

We are giving a short concert of Italian Trecento music on Friday, June 20th, at 7:30 PM on Staten Island.  . 
The concert will consist of music by Francesco Landini, Jacopo da Bologna, Franciscus de Cumis, and Niccolo da Perugia performed by an ensemble of five.  The address is 221 Ward Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10304.  There is plenty of parking in the area, and there is a bus from the ferry that stops right on the corner. 
 Not only is the concert free, but there will be a reception following it. 

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