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See individual performances for ticket prices. Under 18 are always free with a paid adult.
Tickets are Sold Through Eventbrite. It’s easiest to get there through CC’s website.

Named for famous baroque composer, Giacomo Carissimi, Consortium Carissimi is a Minnesota-based performing ensemble with a mission to connect modern audiences with long-forgotten Italian baroque music of the 16th and 17th centuries. It performs live concerts, offers master classes, and releases recordings and publications to share this music. Children’s tickets are always free. However, adult tickets are still priced high enough that it will still be a special family outing.

“Uncovering and bringing to 21st century audiences the long forgotten Italian Baroque music of the 17th & 18th century through voice and historically informed instruments.”

To listen at home, Find high-quality video recordings of their concerts here.

The Manuscript Library of Consortium Carissimi

Consortium Carissimi keeps a library of music with over 200 transcripts of works. Much of the libraries music has not been heard since it was first created hundreds of years ago. Through transcriptions and performance of these archives, this lost music is brought to a new generation. This is the only organization of its kind in the U.S.

Consortium Carissimi
Image courtesy of Consortium Carissimi

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