GSCC Member Event

The Lonely City
Lamentations from Renaissance Spain

Event Type: Lecture/Class
Ticket Prices: $80 per participant for this project; some scholarship funds available
Event Dates:
Thursday, January 21, 2021Jan 21, 2021, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)


Our season continues with a performance project focusing on Spanish settings of the 'Lamentations of Jeremiah,' that will also feature other music by Cristobal de Morales, Tomas Luis de Victoria, Francisco Guerrero, Duarte Lobo & others.

This virtual singing opportunity is open to EVERYONE with a love of Renaissance polyphony and who would like to learn more about the music, history, and culture that makes this music so uniquely beautiful. This is a 5 week course (Jan 17-Feb 18) with a YouTube concert premiere on Sunday, Mar 14 at 3:00pm. Resources include printable and sing-along scores, midi files, & audio and video lessons. Zoom meetings will take place on Thu evenings, and there is an option to contribute individual audio, and possibly video, recordings of some of the pieces. Details are found on the REGISTRATION FORM:

~~ Registration is due Sat, Jan 16th. ~~ Payment is due Wed, Jan 20th. ~~

Contact: Managing Director, Pam Silimperi at

A link to the concert premiere presentation will be posted here at a later date.

The Lonely City. View of Toledo (c.1599-1600), El Greco; Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC, NY
The Lonely City. View of Toledo (c.1599-1600), El Greco; Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC, NY
Sine Nomine: Renaissance Choir. Photo by Ruth Emerson
Sine Nomine: Renaissance Choir. Photo by Ruth Emerson