[EKMusicalStudies] Trefoil performs 14th-century Italian love songs TONIGHT, Fri. 2/20

Please forgive this very belated notice — I just found out myself! Tonight at the Rotunda on UPenn’s campus, a *free* concert:
“Trefoil offers selections from the spectacular trecento style of 14th-century Italy. Music as described in Boccaccio’s Decameron: Madrigals, ballate, canons, and estampie by Landini, Cicconia, and Jacopo di Bologna”



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