Reminder about this weekend's video concert featuring chamber works selected by our principal players!

Dear <<First Name>>:

Happy Thursday! This is just a short, quick note to remind you that Go to the Principals' Office will premiere on this Saturday, May 15th at 7:30pm CDT, and will be available for at least a month in case you can't catch the premiere or need to watch part of the video at a later date. We hope you'll join us! Tickets are on sale now (click here) and are available for as little as $1 through our "pay as you can" ticket pricing, in addition to the usual recommended pricing levels. We just finished reviewing the "rough draft" from our videographer and it looks amazing!

We'd love to see you this weekend for Go to the Principals' Office, and in June for Schütz & Giggles (tickets aren't quite on sale yet for that one, but they will be soon)! 

Musically yours,

Billy Traylor – Artistic Director
Stephanie Noori – Concertmaster
Chelsee Sandaker – Ensemble Administrator
James Moran – President, Board of Director 

Sinfonie, Te Deum laudamus, and Te æternum patrem from the Te Deum in D major by Michel-Richard de Lalande, from "Louis, Louis" at Northwestern State University on September 4, 2018 — Click image for video.
What's New With ABO

Schütz & Giggles

June 12, 2021 — 7:30pm

Heinrich Schütz was the greatest German composer before JS Bach; his music deftly combines the passion of Italy with the craftsmanship of Germany, bringing a new brilliance and emotional depth to the music he created for Lutheran worship. His contemporaries were just as enamored with this new Italian style, and they followed his lead. Works by Schütz, as well as Schmelzer, Scheidt, Praetorius, and Buxtehude.

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ABO is now on Spotify!

Over the summer we began uploading some audio from our archives onto the streaming service Spotify. With an audience from around the globe, Spotify will allow us to reach listeners from not only Central and South Texas, but thousands of miles away! Music that was performed for the first time in centuries for you can now be heard by music-lovers everywhere. We're also on YouTube – check out our profile for videos of French, Latin American, and early Italian music!

ABO Spotify profile

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


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