Ars Lyrica Houston Performs Spring Baroque Favorites
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The last date listed for A Baroque Wedding Feast was Friday May 9, 2014 / 8:00pm.
Currently at The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts - Zilkha Hall
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Adapted from John Gray's iconic book, this one-man show version of Men Are From Mars, Women Are From… More
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Featured review from Emory GloverRed Velvet
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The police on the drive would not let us stop near the entrance to Zilka Hall but insisted we drive to the far end of the building to valet park, despite the fact that neither of us can walk distances well. The pre-concert lecturer imported from Pennsylvania was barely audible, even after an usher at our request asked her to speak up. The back row of the theater gets a gale of air-conditioning from what appears to be the vent for the whole room. The soprano soloist produced beautiful tones but hardly any consonants, which made understanding her German virtually impossible. The programs contained the lyrics she sang, but the house lights were so dim that we couldn't read them. The single stand microphone used for the first half of the concert was directed at the violins and oboe, making them overbalance the singer and lower instruments. Otherwise, it was a lovely evening.
About the Ticket Supplier: Ars Lyrica Houston
Ars Lyrica Houston (ALH) offers audiences a broad range of music from the 17th and 18th centuries, on period instruments and with careful attention to period style and context. Ars Lyrica, which means “lyric art,” performs on period instruments because they produce a sweeter, more intimate sound than their modern equivalents and are better suited to the performance of Baroque music especially. Founded in 1998 by harpsichordist and conductor Matthew Dirst and incorporated in 2003 as a 501©(3) organization, this Grammy-nominated ensemble offers a yearly series of programs at the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Houston and also performs regularly at other area and national venues.