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Early Music Singers

Christina Kim

Born in Korea, Christina Kim is an active musicologist, singer, and educator. She is a first-year Ph.D. student in Musicology at Stanford University. Kim is broadly interested in Medieval and Renaissance sacred music; accordingly, her performance interests range from Gregorian chant to late sixteenth-century polyphony music. Her music studies began at Pasadena City College where she discovered her passion for music.

Lorenzo Tunesi

Lorenzo is in the doctoral program in musicology. His research interests include late medieval and renaissance music in Italy and France. 

William Mahrt directs the Early Music Singers' Fall concert of music from Italy by composers such as Rore and Marenzio.

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William Mahrt directs the Early Music Singers' Winter program of motets, villanescas espirituales, hymns, psalms, and Mass excerpts by the Spanish composer Francisco Guerrero (1528-1599).

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William Mahrt directs the Early Music Singers' Winter program, "Thomas Tallis and Friends: Major works by Tallis with a few pieces by Parsons, Sheppard, White, and Byrd".

The Friends of Music at Stanford present their annual holiday showcase in Memorial Church featuring the Stanford Philharmonia, Early Music Singers, and organist Ethan Chi.

William Mahrt directs the Early Music Singers' Fall program.

William Mahrt directs the Early Music Singers' Spring program highlighting the works of Josquin.

William Mahrt directs the Early Music Singers' Winter program featuring the works of one of the most important composers of the Counter-Reformation, the 16th-century Spanish composer Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548–1611).

William Mahrt directs the Early Music Singers' program, "Music of the Reformation," which marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation with music by Ludwig Senfl, Johann Walter, Hans Leo Hassler, Michael Praetorius, and Heinrich Schütz.

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