As 2021 continues, we want to thank you for your continued support. We miss seeing you and singing for you and want you to know that no matter what, Convivium is committed to being a community of singers devoted to sharing Renaissance music.

The Measure of My Days

BEMF Fringe Presentation
Tuesday, June 15
6 PM Eastern Daylight Time

Full Concert
Saturday, June 26
7 PM Eastern Daylight Time

Join Convivium Musicum for an online concert exploring themes of hope, resilience, and community in the face of suffering, injustice, and isolation. The program, The Measure of My Days, explores how composers of the Renaissance drew on familiar poetry – the Psalms – to communicate these themes that still have resonance in our own time, especially in the context of the coronavirus pandemic and contemporary movements for social justice. To underscore this link, we include readings of contemporary poetry inspired by the program alongside our musical offerings.

We are also very pleased to be part of the 2021 Boston Early Music Festival Fringe concert series with an abridged version of this presentation. Use the link below to watch, and check back later for a link to the full event!

Tuesday, June 15
6 PM Eastern Daylight Time

Mass Cultural Council

Many thanks to Michael Barrett, John A. Carey, Ron Lacro and Jon Schum, Michael McDonald, and the Mass Cultural Council for their support of this program.

Giardino Harmonio

We are also happy to share with you Giardino Harmonico: A Virtual Concert. This event premiered on Saturday, January 30 and is still available for viewing below.

Over the course of these last few months, Convivium has gathered both virtually and in small groups to make music and be in community with one another. We collected recordings and videos of our music-making — both our small outdoor groups and virtual projects — and have shared our project with you in video format on our YouTube channel. Please enjoy!

We hope you and yours remain safe and healthy this season, and we look forward to “seeing you” virtually this spring.