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November 30th, 2014, 3:00PM

San Antonio Recorder Society

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December 12th, 2014, 8:00PM

Texas Early Music Project

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December 13th, 2014, 8:00PM

Texas Early Music Project

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Featured Event

Voci di Sorelle

December 14th, 2014, 3:00PM

Voci di Sorelle

Christmas with Voci di Sorelle, a Farewell Performance. Voci di Sorelle's annual Christmas concert has become a highly anticipated holiday tradition for many in the San Antonio area. Join us for the memorable finale concert of this wonderful musical ensemble. The holiday performance will feature Renaissance music and well-loved carols from around the globe. Special appearances by Copperleaf and Blue Penny. Voci di Sorelle — Italian for “Voices of Sisters” — is a group of twelve female a cappella singers based in San Antonio, Texas, renowned for exquisite performances that showcase the power, versatility, and beauty of women’s voices. The ensemble was founded in 2004 by artistic director Ruth Moreland.

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Featured Composer

William Byrd

William Byrd

1537-1623 Known as the “Father of British Music”, William Byrd in 1563 was appointed organist and choirmaster of Lincoln Cathedral, later moving to London to become co-organist with Thomas Tallis at the Chapel Royal.

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Featured Instrument

Crumhorn

Crumhorn

A capped reed in the woodwind family, developed in the Renaissance period. Its name means "bent horn."

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