Photos from ARMONIA CELESTE, February 12, 2013

These photos are from our concert by ARMONIA CELESTE,  February 12, 2013.  Photo credits: Donn Mumma

 

Tuesday, February 12, 2013 ARMONIA CELESTE

 


EMERGING ARTISTS SERIES

Tuesday, February 12, 2013 
ARMONIA CELESTE
Udite Amanti – Lovers Beware!
7:30PM, Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church
6221 Main Street

 A pre-concert talk with ensemble members begins at 6:45 p.m. 

 

Download preview of program: Armonia Celeste Explores Love’s Perils

This up-and-coming group specializes in rarely heard music from the Italian Renaissance and early Baroque. In mid-17th-century Rome, the Barberini family was a great supporter of vocal chamber music. The program highlights Roman composers of the period, including Rossi, Carissimi and Cesti. To complete the historical picture, a copy of the famous Barberini harp, made for this prestigious family in 1635, will be played in this concert.

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Press Release: Armonia Celeste Explores Love’s Perils for Houston Early Music

EMERGING ARTISTS SERIES

Tuesday, February 12, 2013 
ARMONIA CELESTE
Udite Amanti – Lovers Beware!
7:30PM, Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church
6221 Main Street

A pre-concert talk with ensemble members begins at 6:45 p.m.


Download Press Release in Word format: HEM-ArmoniaFINAL

Armonia Celeste Explores Love’s Perils for Houston Early Music

Armonia Celeste will perform a program titled “Udite Amanti – Lovers Beware!” on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 as part of Houston Early Music’s Emerging Artists Series. The pre-Valentine’s Day concert  will begin at 7:30 p.m. at Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church and feature rarely heard music from the Italian Renaissance and early Baroque eras.

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Houston Early Music Season for 2012-2013

The season includes the exciting debut of our Emerging Artist Series, highlighting up and coming artists of excellence. We welcome the opportunity to again collaborate with Da Camera of Houston—this time in a delicious Golden Age experience featuring Le Poème Harmonique.

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