Apollo’s Fire, The Cleveland Baroque Orchestra, will open the Houston Early Music season on Nov. 10 with a performance of Claudio Monteverdi’s magnificent Vespers of 1610 in one of Houston’s most dramatic concert settings, the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, co-sponsor of the event.
Location: Boheme Cafe and Wine Bar, 307 Fairview, Houston,77006
Presenters: Fresh Arts
Sponsors: Boheme Cafe & Wine Bar
Please join us for drinks and conversation at Boheme Cafe & Wine Bar on Thursday, October 10th, when a portion of the proceeds from all drink sales during the 5:00PM -7:00PM happy hour will go to support Houston Early Music.
We have a guest artist who will perform at the event: Local Viola da gambist Pedro Funes has returned to Houston after receiving his Masters of Music degree from the Early Music Institute at Indiana University where he studied with Wendy Gillespie. (Ms. Gillespie is a founding member of internationally acclaimed viol consort Fretwork who will open our 2013–14 season on November. 2.)
Meet the Houston Early Music team, enjoy some music and a drink or two, and take in Boheme’s bohemian atmosphere! So don’t be shy, raise a glass (or three) while raising funds for Houston Early Music!
Houston Early Music P.O. Box 271193 Houston TX 77277-1193
Houston Early Music presents the world’s finest period ensembles and soloists … bringing to life music from the Middle Ages through the Renaissance to the Baroque and Classical periods. Experience with us early music played on original instruments, by musicians reviving performances of the past.
Please visit our main website at www.HoustonEarlyMusic.org
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