Canadian ensemble Sacabuche! Brings to life unknown yet stunning works of seventeenth-century Habsburg music located in the Czech, Kromer, and other European archives. Vivid writing for violins, cornettos, trombones, theorbo and organ colors these works by composers of the mid-17th century in Austria and Czech lands - Giovanni Valentini (1582-1649), Antonio Bertali (1605-1669), Giovanni Battista Buonamente (1595-1642), and Pavel Josef Vejvanovsky (1633-1693), among others. Their music is a testament to the storied tradition and opulence of the Habsburg court and it's expansive influence. In2021, Sacabuche! #marks 15 years of engaging audiences with performances of beautiful and lesser-known repertoire for baroque trombones, strings, lute, organ, and voice. Directed by Canadian bass Baroque trombonist Linda Pearse, Sacabuche! #is noted for it's dedication to creative and appealing interpretations of early Baroque and late Renaissance masterpieces and for it's willingness to explore intercultural works through innovative programs.