Press Release: Houston Early Music Announces 2014-2015 Concert Season
HOUSTON – July 8, 2014 – Join Houston Early Music for its expanded 2014-2015 Concert Season featuring six renowned early music ensembles. Dedicated to showcasing music from the Middle Ages through the 18th century, Houston Early Music presents concerts performed with historical instruments and styles true to the period. This season will encompass both masterworks and little-known gems with the goal of inspiring audiences to reimagine the past.
Heralded as a group that encourages listeners to rehear the world, Ensemble Caprice returns to the Houston Early Music stage for another imaginative, incomparable performance during the 2013-2014 season.
Hispanic Heritage Series
Salsa Baroque: Baroque music
from Latin AmericaFRIDAY, APR. 11, 2014, 7:30 PM
Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church
6221 Main Street Houston, TX 77030
Pre-concert talk by ensemble director
Matthias Maute at 6:45pm
Houston Early Music Mourns the Death of Professor Robert B. Lynn
Houston Early Music joins the Bach Society Houston and Christ the King Lutheran Church in mourning the death of Professor Robert B. Lynn, the founding director of The Bach Society Choir and Orchestra. Continue reading →
Enjoy an evening of captivating entertainment and fresh scholarly insight. The unique imagination and originality of their programming combined with their superb vocal skills has marked The Orlando Consort one of Britain’s most important chamber music ensembles.
Ars Lyrica Houston, Bach Society Houston, Houston Early Music and Mercury – The Orchestra Redefined will host the second annual Houston Early Music Festival (HEMF) from February 8-16, 2014 at venues across the city. The festival will feature four main-stage performances, two ancillary performances and four lectures. Continue reading →