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Lutenist Jacob Heringman to Perform November 12

November 6, 2000

November 6, 2000, Greencastle, Ind. - The DePauw University Performing Arts Series will present lutenist Jacob Heringman in concert on Sunday, Nov. 12, at 8 p.m. The concert will be preceded by a free informance at 7 p.m. on the music of Josquin des Prez. Both events are scheduled in the Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media, Watson Forum. Tickets will be available in the Pulliam Center lobby.

The program will include solos and duets from an anthology collected by Jane Pickeringe, an accomplished lutenist of the early 17th century. It will include Daniel Bacheler's "Une Jeune Fillette" variations and a Pavan piece; John Johnson's "Carman's Whistle"; Fantasias by John Dowland; anonymous Toys and settings of popular tunes.

Musical notesHeringman, who resides in London, is a superb and widely acclaimed player who has appeared with such groups as the Rose Consort of Viols, The Dowland Consort, Musicians of the Globe, The King's Singers, New London Consort and the Dufay Collective, as well as his own ensemble, Virelai. He also has two solo CDs to his credit, with a third in production. Three of his recordings, including one of the solo discs, were listed in the "Critic's Choice 1999" number of Gramophone magazine.

He is dedicated to exploring neglected lute repertoire.

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