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“Convivencia Re-Envisioned:The Three Worlds of Renaissance Spain”

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Presented by Texas Early Music Project at St. Martin's Lutheran Church, Austin TX

Sep 05 - 06 2015
“Convivencia Re-Envisioned:The Three Worlds of Renaissance Spain”

Texas Early Music Project

Daniel Johnson, Artistic Director

presents

“Convivencia Re-Envisioned: The Three Worlds of Renaissance Spain”

with special guests Nina Stern, recorders (New York), Peter Maund, percussion (Oakland), and Kamran Hooshmand, santur & oud (Austin).

Convivencia Re-Envisioned illuminates the lives and emotions of the inhabitants of Spain in the early Renaissance musically, poetically, and visually. The concert features TEMP soloists Gitanjali Mathur, Cayla Cardiff, Stephanie

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ADMISSION INFO

$30 general, $25 senior, $5 student with ID available at the door.

Contact: Call 512-377-6961 for more information.

Email: boxoffice@early-music.org

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INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

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Sunday’s performance is at Temple Beth Shalom, 7300 Hart Lane Austin, TX 78731

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

LOCATION

St. Martin's Lutheran Church

606 West 15th Street, Austin, TX 78701

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