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19th Season Opening Concert
The Splendor of Venice | Antiphonal Music for 2 and 3 Choirs

Andrea and Giovanni Gabrieli created a sensation in late 16th century Venice with their works for antiphonal choirs of singers and instruments. Hans Leo Hassler was one of many young composers who flocked to Venice to learn their style. Hassler went on to become the first composer to introduce the polychoral tradition he learned from the Gabrielis to his native Germany. We open our 19th season by celebrating Hassler's 450th birthday with a sampling of the glorious music of Gabrielis, Hassler, Schütz and others...

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Love Me Do!
At Miller Outdoor Theatre

Roll over Beethoven: love songs of the '60s – the 1860s & 1960s, that is — will fill the air at our Miller Outdoor Theatre debut with Brahms' popular Liebeslieder Waltzes and The Beatles' chart-toppers in brilliant settings by famed arranger Yumiko Matsuoka. Leonard Bernstein quipped, "Three bars of 'A day in the life' still sustain me, rejuvenate me and inflame my senses and sensibilities." Imagine!

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