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Indianapolis Early Music Festival

When: Fri., June 27, Sun., June 29, Fri., July 11 and Sun., July 13 2014

Two concerts remain on the final weekend of the fest. First up is The Peabody Consort, directed by Indy Early Music Festival artistic director Mark Cudek, presenting music heard in the court of Henry VIII (including a tune written by Tudor king), with spoken interludes of period literature (Shakespeare, Machiavelli, Castiglione). And the fest closes out with frequent guest Hesperus, playing a live soundtrack of Spanish Renaissance and Colonial music to the 1920 Douglas Fairbanks silent swashbuckler The Mark of Zorro.

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