Vox Resonat Brings Early Paris in the Spring to KLCC

May 8, 2014

Early music vocal ensemble Vox Resonat presents "Springtime in Paris," bringing French songs from the Middle Ages and the early Renaissance periods--all celebrating spring, nature and love--to the Central Lutheran Church in Eugene on Saturday, May 10th. Vox Resonat joined Eric Alan in the SELCO Performance Hall of the KLCC studios, including founder and director Eric Mentzel, vocalists Heather Holmquest, Emily Hopkins, and Ryan Dixon, and instrumentalists David Rogers on lute, Laura Zaerr on medieval harp, and Adam Dunson on percussion.

Vox Resonat at KLCC. Left to right: Eric Mentzel, Emily Hopkins, Laura Zaerr, Ryan Hopkins and Adam Dunson. (Not pictured: Heather Holmquest.)
Credit Photo by Eric Alan

David Rogers, Heather Holmquest and Laura Zaerr of Vox Resonat.
Credit Photo by Eric Alan