Gallery Concerts: Da Camera Young Artists Celebrate British Royal Portraits
In lively gallery concerts, Da Camera Young Artists present works by British composers that parallel the sweeping survey of portraits in Tudors to Windsors: British Royal Portraits from Holbein to Warhol.
From Renaissance love songs by John Dowland to a work by Judith Weir, the current Master of the Queen’s Music, audience members can experience the portraits in the exhibition through contemporaneous musical works.
About the Da Camera Young Artists
The Da Camera Young Artists program is a fellowship for emerging professional instrumentalists, singers, and composers. Da Camera Young Artists participate in a variety of performances, workshops, and school visits. Venues include the MFAH, Menil Collection, Wortham Center, and area hospitals. These young musicians serve as the principal teaching artists for Da Camera’s innovative Music Encounters program.
Drop in! This program, located in Cullinan Hall in the Law Building, is free with Museum admission. Tickets for the exhibition “Tudors to Windsors: British Royal Portraits from Holbein to Warhol” are available separately.