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Rental Partner: Early Music Seattle presents

Party Bohemienne

Music from Dazzling 18th Century Prague

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Date:
Saturday, January 27
Time:
7:30 pm PST
Cost:
$18 – $63 including fees

Venue

The Great Hall
1119 Eighth Avenue (enter on Eighth Avenue)
Seattle, 98101 United States
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Organizer

Early Music Seattle

Phone
(206) 325-7066
Email
info@earlymusicseattle.org

Note: This is an in-person event only, no virtual attendance is available.

Presented by Early Music Seattle. If you have questions about the event, please contact Early Music Seattle at info@earlymusicseattle.org or (206) 325-7066.

Rentals

The Kingdom of Bohemia doesn’t get much airtime in the history of Baroque music. But far from being a musical backwater, 18th-century Prague boasted a dazzling array of musical talents. Czech musicians worked in many of the great courts of Europe, and Count Wenzel von Morzin (the dedicatee of the beloved Four Seasons) maintained an orchestra in Prague that Vivaldi himself described as “virtuosissima”. Directed by Nate Hegelson, the SBO will bring you back in time exploring some of the finest Czech composers of the age.

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About Early Music Seattle

Early Music Seattle has a mission to present outstanding early music, use early music to enrich cultural heritage via education and outreach, and engage new audiences through inclusivity and openness.

Early Music Seattle is the area’s largest presenter of early music and related educational programs. Its mainstage events include Seattle Baroque Orchestra and internationally-renowned touring artists at venues around the Puget Sound region.


Presented by Early Music Seattle. If you have questions about the event, please contact Early Music Seattle at info@earlymusicseattle.org or (206) 325-7066.

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