2015-16 Season Tickets

We will present a five-concert series in 2015-16 comprised of over two centuries’ worth of works for orchestra and chorus. From concerti to Matins responsories, suites to motets, and a Mozart Mass setting, there will be something for every early music lover! In addition to our home venue of First Presbyterian Church in Austin, we’ll also be appearing at Mission Concepción and the Old Ursuline Academy Chapel of the Southwest School of Art, both in San Antonio.

Season tickets are available for both General Admission and Senior Admission, and will give you a 20% discount from the price you would have paid had you purchased individual tickets for each concert. It’s like you get one concert for free! Can’t make it to a show? Simply lend your season ticket to a friend, and let us know via email so we know to expect them in your stead.

To purchase tickets, click the link below and you’ll be taken to BrownPaperTickets, our online ticket sales provider.


August 22 & 23, 2015
Music Fit For a King (or Queen): Music inspired by or written for nobility, including works of Purcell, Vivaldi, and Dauvergne, along with Haydn’s Symphony no. 85, called “La Reine” because it was Marie Antoinette’s favorite.

October 3 & 4, 2015
Les goûts réünis, pt. 1: Gli italiani: Dazzling and virtuosic 17th-century chamber music from Italy, including works by Monteverdi, Merula, Uccellini, Cazzati, Biber, Falconieri, and more.

November 14 & 15, 2015
A Tale of Three Cathedrals: 18th-century Mexican sacred music for choir, soloists, and orchestra drawn from the cathedral archives of Mexico City, Durango, and Oaxaca, including several Texas premieres.

February 20 & 21, 2016
Les goûts réünis, pt. 2: Les français: Graceful and charming music from the French baroque, including works by Lully, Marais, Charpentier, Boismortier, and others.

May 28 & 29, 2016
Magnificent, Miraculous, Magical Mozart: Works by the Wunderkind of Salzburg, including the Symphony no. 40, the Bassoon Concerto in B-flat featuring ABO bassoonist Elizabeth Hardy, and the Coronation Mass, featuring soprano Meredith Ruduski.

Author: Billy

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