Music from the 16th century is heard once more


William Culverhouse

Paul Schleuse

The Southern Tier Singers’ Collective presents excerpts from a 16th century manuscript created for the Convent of La Crocetta in Florence. Paul Schleuse describes its creation and its mysterious journey from Italy to South America, and the exciting story of how it was acquired by Binghamton University, then conductor William Culverhouse continues the story with how it got from the page to the singers.


Photo credit: Binghamton University and the Southern Tier Singers’ Collective