Three Show Package

Zilkha Hall : Fri 2/15/19 7:30PM - Sun 5/19/19 6:00PM

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All Three Show Subscribers receive the following benefits:

* Exclusive invitations to post-concert receptions with the artists
* Free ticket exchanges (exchange your ticket for another 2018/2019 season concert)
* 10% off individual tickets to all subscription series concerts


Scherzi musicali Friday, February 15, 2019 7:30PM   ·   More Info »
Scherzi musicali

Presented by Ars Lyrica Houston

Need a novel gift for your Valentine? Ars Lyrica Houston offers an out-of-the-box treat: Claudio Monteverdi’s spirited Scherzi musicali (“musical jokes”). These game-changing publications from 1607 and 1632 gave life to one of the most famous debates in music history: Monteverdi’s experimental style of vocal writing favored the words, whose careful expression justified the occasional compositional impropriety. Love in all its delicious colors is on the menu, as served up by soprano Dominique McCormick, mezzo-soprano Cecilia Duarte and baritone Brian Shircliffe.



San Giovanni Battista Saturday, March 30, 2019 7:30PM   ·   More Info »
San Giovanni Battista

Presented by Ars Lyrica Houston

This 1675 oratorio tells the story of the death of John the Baptist with great flair and vivid drama. The prodigiously gifted Italian composer Alessandro Stradella took no prisoners in life or in art: his vocal lines, by turns acrobatic and deeply expressive, resemble his brief but spectacular career. Our cast for this performance, the Houston premiere of San Giovanni Battista, includes counter-tenor Jay Carter in the title role, soprano Sherezade Panthaki as Herodiade, tenor Joseph Gaines as Consigliero, and bass-baritone Sam Handley as Herod.



From Brandenburg to Esterházy Sunday, May 19, 2019 6:00PM   ·   More Info »
From Brandenburg to Esterházy

Presented by Ars Lyrica Houston

Ars Lyrica Houston’s 2018/19 season finale travels from Brandenburg to Esterházy, with Bach’s two remaining concertos and a concerto by Franz Joseph Haydn. The second “Brandenburg” concerto offers the set’s oddest combination of soloists—recorder, oboe, violin, and trumpet—while the fourth is a stealth concerto, ostensibly for violin and two recorders, though the violinist leaves everyone in the dust. Baroque violinist Ingrid Matthews joins harpsichordist and artistic director Matthew Dirst at center stage, along with Paul Leenhouts (recorder), Kathryn Montoya (Baroque oboe) and Nathaniel Mayfield (natural trumpet).

• J. S. Bach, “Brandenburg” Concertos Nos. 2 and 4
• F. J. Haydn, Concerto in F Major for Violin & Harpsichord
• J.C. Pez, Passacaglia



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Section B $99.00
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