The Toronto Consort presents The Da Vinci Codex, a fully scripted show featuring dances, fantasias and vocal works from the time of Leonardo da Vinci, including music by composers he knew, songs he would have heard, and dances he might have danced to. Interwoven with the music are selections from Da Vinci's own writings.
The Toronto Consort is Canada’s leading chamber ensemble specializing in the music of the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and early Baroque. Some of Canada’s leading early music specialists have come together to form the Toronto Consort, whose members include both singers and instrumentalists (lute, recorder, guitar, flute, early keyboards and percussion).
The concert takes place at St. James' Anglican Church, Caledon East on February 9 at 8 pm.
Tickets are $30 for adults, $15 for students 16 years and under, and may be ordered at www.caledonchamberconcerts.com.
Tickets may also be purchased at BookLore, Howard the Butcher and Forester's Book Garden. For information call 905-880-2445.