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Conspirare, "Considering Matthew Shepard"

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Presented by Conspirare at AISD Performing Arts Center, Austin TX

Feb 20 - 21 2016
Conspirare, "Considering Matthew Shepard"

Conspirare’s Grammy® award-winning Artistic Director Craig Hella Johnson will debut his groundbreaking contemporary oratorio this February. Following a 2014 Grammy for Best Choral performance, and a recent nomination in the same category, the incomparable singers of Conspirare will deliver a poignant concert experience, inspiring hope, compassion and empowerment. An ensemble of 29 singers and eight instrumentalists, including Johnson on piano, will lead the listener through a tapestry of

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ADMISSION INFO

$20-$60 (Student $10)

Contact: 512-474-5664

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INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

Additional time info:

–Pre-concert talk by author Elizabeth Neeld one hour before each Austin performance (included in ticket) –Post-concert discussion after each Austin performance. With Robert Kyr (composer), Jason Marsden (Exec. Dir., Matthew Shepard Foundation), and Craig Hella Johnson (included in ticket)

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

LOCATION

AISD Performing Arts Center

1500 Barbara Jordan Blvd., Austin, TX 78723

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