Houston Chamber Choir: Late 16th Century Antiphonal Music From Italy & Germany
COMP - $20*
Houston Chamber Choir kicks off its 19th season with a celebration of the 450th birthday of Hans Leo Hassler, the first composer to bring the polychoral tradition he learned during his travels to Venice back to his native Germany. The evening's program features a sampling of the gorgeous polychoral music of Andrea and Giovanni Gabrieli, who created a sensation in late 16th century Venice with their works for antiphonal choirs of singers and instruments, along with works they inspired by Hassler, Schütz and others. The preeminent Canadian sackbut and string ensemble ¡Sacabuche! joins the Houston Chamber Choir for this special concert event.
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The last date listed for The Splendor of Venice was Tuesday September 16, 2014 / 7:30pm.