MIC presents Sarah Mead presenting consort Mechanics for Viols
Sarah Mead teaches, performs, and proselytizes polyphony in the Boston area. The 2007 winner of the Thomas Binkley Award from Early Music America, she is Professor of the Practice of Music at Brandeis University, has taught sixteenth-century theory and performance practice at the Longy School of Music and is a founding member of the Nota Bene Viol Consort. Her handbook on Renaissance Theory is used in historical music programs around the country. Overseas she has been a guest tutor at Trinity College of Music in London and the Easter Viol School in Australia. She has served on the Boards of the Viola da Gamba Society of America and Early Music America, and was recently Conclave Music Director for the VdGSA.