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Houston Early Music presents Boston Baroque: Heinrich Biber’s Mystery Sonatas

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Be a part of this rare and momentous event in which celebrated members of Boston Baroque, North America's first established Baroque Orchestra – recognized as one of the world’s premier period-instrument ensembles – bring Houston a significant event: The Mystery Sonatas of Heinrich Biber. This magnificent work, also known as The Rosary Sonatas and seldom performed in its entirety, features Boston Baroque's virtuosic concertmaster, Christina Day Martinson, and distinguished Boston Baroque Founder and Music Director Martin Pearlman at the organ and harpsichord.

Be a part of this rare and momentous event in which celebrated members of Boston Baroque, North America's first established Baroque Orchestra – recognized as one of the world’s premier period-instrument ensembles – bring Houston a significant event: The Mystery Sonatas of Heinrich Biber. This magnificent work, also known as The Rosary Sonatas and seldom performed in its entirety, features Boston Baroque's virtuosic concertmaster, Christina Day Martinson, and distinguished Boston Baroque Founder and Music Director Martin Pearlman at the organ and harpsichord.

Be a part of this rare and momentous event in which celebrated members of Boston Baroque, North America's first established Baroque Orchestra – recognized as one of the world’s premier period-instrument ensembles – bring Houston a significant event: The Mystery Sonatas of Heinrich Biber. This magnificent work, also known as The Rosary Sonatas and seldom performed in its entirety, features Boston Baroque's virtuosic concertmaster, Christina Day Martinson, and distinguished Boston Baroque Founder and Music Director Martin Pearlman at the organ and harpsichord.

WHEN

WHERE

Shepherd School of Music
6100 Main St.
Houston, TX 77005-1892
http://www.houstonearlymusic.org/

TICKET INFO

Free-$40
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