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The audience in the spotlight. 

Did you know that your role as an audience member is one of the most important to our performances and to our future? Julianna Emanski, a soprano and doctoral candidate at the University of North Texas, is dedicating her research project to you: the early music audience.

Would you take a few minutes and fill out her survey? Your input is invaluable to her work. Watch her video to learn more about the project. 

Thank you for your time and thoughts before the deadline of January 11th.

Take the Survey
Upcoming Performances

Masterless Mistresses
February 15-16

The Sisters of St. Ursula kept a rare music manuscript in their library that remains the only surviving example of music from Louisiana’s colonial period. This will be a candlelit evening of this music interspersed with readings from the nuns’ diaries and other colonial-era documents.

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Los Elementos
April 25-26

In 1718, Antonio de Literes composed Spain’s first all-sung, Italianate opera. In this one-act chamber opera, the four Classical elements—Fire, Air, Earth, and Water—find themselves alone in a garden in the pre-dawn hours arguing until...


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ABO is supported in part by
the City of Austin Economic Development Department
Cultural Arts Division


 

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