The evening’s program said it all, “Tydings Trew: Feasts of Christmas in Medieval England,” as far as the six-man vocal ensemble Lionheart was concerned. The carols were old, but the performance was new and breathtaking.
The six voices were flawlessly layered in harmonies, covering the Christmas holiday from December 25 through January 6 – but with a twist. The actual start of the choral performance was with “The Annunciation,” meaning, yes, the conception of Christ on March 25.
Who thinks of those nine months prior?
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