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Collegium Musicum to Present Spring Mini-Concert

Program Is Titled 'Sweet Sixteenth — Music of the 16th Century'

April 18, 2012

Collegium Musicum members display the variety of period instruments used in performing 16th century music.

Collegium Musicum members display the variety of period instruments used in performing 16th century music.

Wilmington College’s Renaissance music group, Collegium Musicum, will present its annual Spring Mini-Concert Thursday (April 26), at 12:15 p.m., in Harcum Art Gallery.

The program, titled “Sweet Sixteenth — Music of the 16th Century,” will feature vocal and instrumental works arranged for recorders, hammered dulcimer, plucked psaltery, guitar, bass viola da gamma and hand percussion instruments, according to Elizabeth Haskins, the group’s director.

A light lunch will be provided.

Admission is free of charge, however a freewill offering of monetary donations will be accepted to benefit the Free Clinic of Clinton County.