Austin Baroque Orchestra presents “Terremoto!”

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Austin Baroque Orchestra presents “Terremoto!”

February 17 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm EST

On the morning of All Saints’ Day in 1755, a massive earthquake struck off the coast of Iberia and Morocco, causing regional destruction and decimating Lisbon, the capital city of the wealthy global Portuguese empire. Considered the world’s first global news event, word quickly spread, horrifying Europeans and inspiring such works as Voltaire’s Candide and Telemann’s Donner-Ode. Terremoto! will tell the story of the quake and its aftermath, featuring readings from contemporaneous sources interspersed among music from 18th-century Portugal, much of which has never before been performed in the US. Music for orchestra, choir, and vocal soloists by Teixeira, Almeida, Scarlatti, Rameau, Telemann, and more. Sponsored by the Honorary Consulate of Portugal in Houston, the Luso-American Development Foundation, the Conselho da Diáspora Portuguesa, and ArteInstitute.

Details

Date:
February 17
Time:
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm EST
Event Category:
Website:
https://austinbaroqueorchestra.org

Organizer

Austin Baroque Orchestra
Phone
512.912.6827
Email
info@austinbaroqueorchestra.org
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Contact Email
info@austinbaroqueorchestra.org

Venue

Redeemer Presbyterian Church
2111 Alexander Ave
Austin, Texas 78722 Select a Country:
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Phone
(512) 708-1232
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