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Landscape Architecture Shaping the City of Rome & An Evening of Italian Renaissance Music for Small Vocal Ensembles

Bruce Museum of Arts and Science
One Museum Drive, Greenwich, CT
Friday, April 13, 2007, 7:30 – 9:30 PM

Laurie D. Olin, FASLA, Founder and Principal, the Olin Partnership, Philadelphia, Practice Professor of Landscape Architecture, University of Pennsylvania, Trustee Emeritus, American Academy in Rome, and recipient of the 2005 ASLA Design Medal, speaking on “The Role of Landscape Architecture and Design in Shaping the City and Spirit of Rome.” Pueri Cantores Palladio, an ensemble of young boys and men under the direction of James Kennerley, former organ scholar, St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, England, will make their début, performing a selection of madrigals and part songs from 16 century Italian Renaissance composers. Catered reception following program.