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Baroque Music of Cuba and the New World

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Presented by Renaissance & Baroque at Synod Hall, Pittsburgh PA

This event is part of the Artsburgh Flex Pass Program.
Feb 24 2018
Baroque Music of Cuba and the New World

Ars Longa brings a group of 12 singers and instrumentalists with a very exciting program of music written in and around the Viceroyal city of Puebla, Mexico in the 17th and 18th Centuries.

The Ars Longa Ancient Music Ensemble is composed of 12 musicians who attended music conservatories in Havana and the Superior Institute of Art and dedicates its work to the interpretation, study, and research of different eras and styles of music, from the Middle Ages to the Baroque. The group specializes in Afro-Cuban Baroque Music and will present a program entitled “Baroque Music of Cuba and the New World” centered around villancicos of celebrated eighteenth century Cuban maestro de capilla

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ADMISSION INFO

Tickets available online & at the door. See website for seating chart.

Ticket Pricing: $10 – $35

Adult: $20 – $35
Student: $10
Under 35: $15 – $26.25
Senior: $19 – $32.25

Fees: 75 cents per ticket

Contact: 412-361-2048

Email: director@rbsp.org

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VIDEOS

  • 14 Ars Longa Maguelone Antoniya, Flasiquiya, Gacipá, Fray Felipe de la Madre de Dios

LOCATION

Synod Hall

125 North Craig Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

    • Large Print
    • Wheelchair Access

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