Concert: “In presepio: Medieval Songs for the Christ-child”
The Sine Nomine Ensemble for Medieval Music's popular annual Christmas concert explores liturgical & devotional music in honour of the child in the manger, from various regions of late-medieval Europe, with readings from poets, mystics, & other writers of the period.
All concerts take place at Saint Thomas’s Anglican Church, 383 Huron Street, Toronto. This attractive and historic building has warm, clear acoustics, ideal for listening to medieval music, and is conveniently located just south of Bloor Street West, between the St George and Spadina subway stations.
Sine Nomine's single-ticket sales are handled by the University of Toronto box office, UofTtix (416-978-8849).
Tickets: $20 ($15 for students, seniors, unwaged).
For further information, ticket sales, or reservations, please call 416 638 9445, or write to Sine Nomine, or visit the ensemble's website.