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Architecture and Music in Renaissance Venice

A fascinating lecture about music and sound in Renaissance Venice which involved on-site choral experiments, scientific acoustic surveys and historical research. Given by Professor Emerita of Architectural History, Deborah Howard and Professor Malcolm Longair (Jacksonian Professor Emeritus of Natural Philosophy in the University of Cambridge) consideration is given to the relationship between architecture, music and acoustics with a particular focus on the Renaissance churches of Venice.

Domenico Bonadio of 3Venice Wines will introduce the audience to the wonderful wines of the Veneto region, to taste, with an option to buy.

We are delighted to be joining up with Cambridge Early Music for this event. The event is free and is part of Cambridge Early Music’s Festival of the Voice.

5pm – Wine tasting
6pm – Lecture

Everyone is welcome to attend this free event, but please ensure you book.

Please contact friends@cambridgeearlymusic.org or telephone 01223411762 to reserve a place.

For more information about the Festival of the Voice go to www.cambridgeearlymusic.org.