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November 16 — Austin  •  November 17 — San Antonio

As in Spain, music played an enormously important role in the day-to-day life of a Mexican cathedral. This year’s installment of our annual performance of Latin American early music will feature secular and sacred works from Viceregal New Spain (colonial Mexico), including a number of pieces that have not been performed in the United States and others having not been performed since they were composed nearly three centuries ago.

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Who are we?

Never been interested in classical music? Maybe you've been listening to the wrong century! We invite you to come and give us a shot—you might just find there's a little less dust on our music than you think. We're breathing new life into some of the most beautiful music ever written, and we're doing it with a youthful energy and colorful uniqueness that you'd expect from an Austin born-and-bred ensemble.

Learn more about ABO here, or click here to meet our orchestra and chorus.