Thursday, February 7, 2019 | 6pm & 8pm
House of the Redeemer
7 East 95th Street, NYC
The year is 1536. For the past three years, England and its people have been at the mercy of a hostile political environment as the country renounced its ties to the Roman Catholic Church. At the heart of this conflict stand two English Queens: Catherine of Aragon, a devout Roman Catholic, and Anne Boleyn, a key player in the English reformation. Our concert shares the plight of these two women, who were victims of an oppressive King. Soprano Jolle Greenleaf and mezzo-soprano Debi Wong tell the tale in a recital of solo English Tudor music from this turbulent time period.