Joby Talbot’s “Path of Miracles”

01.19.12 (7:30pm) St. Mary’s Catholic Church Fredericksburg, TX TICKETS
General Admission $20 ($10 Student) The Fredericksburg performance is presented in partnership with Fredericksburg Friends of Conspirare.
01.20.12 (8pm) St. Martin’s Lutheran Church Austin, TX TICKETS
01.21.12 (8pm) St. Martin’s Lutheran Church Austin, TX TICKETS
01.22.12 (3pm) St. Martin’s Lutheran Church Austin, TX TICKETS
Reserved $48, $38, $28 ($10 Student)

Whitacre & Lewis: New Year’s Special

01.21.12 (5pm) St. Martin’s Lutheran Church Austin, TX One performance only! TICKETS
Reserved $48, $38, $28

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Presented with support from The Keating Family Foundation
Additional support provided by
Co-sponsored by Seton Cove & Humanities Texas

Joby Talbot / Whitacre & Lewis singers and instrumentalists

  • Estelí Gomez
  • Julie Keim
  • Gitanjali Mathur
  • Stefanie Moore
  • Rebecca Muniz
  • Kathlene Ritch
  • Sonja Tengblad

  • Janet Carlsen Campbell
  • Dorea Cook
  • Pam Elrod
  • Stella Hastings
  • Cecilia Kittley
  • Emily Lodine

  • Dann Coakwell
  • Paul D’Arcy
  • Jos Milton
  • Wilson Nichols
  • Tracy Shirk

  • Cameron Beauchamp
  • Rick Gabrillo
  • Robert Harlan
  • Glenn Miller
  • John Proft
  • Thann Scoggin

  • Molly Emmerman, Violin I (Whitacre, Lewis works)
  • Beth Blackerby, Violin II (Whitacre, Lewis works)
  • Bruce Williams, Viola (Whitacre, Lewis works)
  • Barbara George, Cello (Whitacre, Lewis works)
  • Tom Burritt, Percussion (Talbot, Lewis works)

Joby Talbot’s “Path of Miracles”

Joby Talbot

A season highlight — the southwestern U.S. premiere of Path of Miracles by British classical and film composer Joby Talbot. This mystical marvel was inspired by the journey of medieval pilgrims on Spain’s Camino de Santiago (Way of St. James), a route that still inspires thousands of seekers each year. The work’s movements — “Roncesvalles,” “Burgos,” “Leon,” and “Santiago” — are titled for the four main staging posts of the Camino Frances, the route’s central axis.

Path of Miracles was commissioned by the British choral ensemble Tenebrae, who premiered and recorded it in 2005 for Signum Classics. more about the recording and sample clips

Whitacre & Lewis: New Year’s Special

Peter Scott Lewis / Eric Whitacre

A special one-hour concert of music by American composers Eric Whitacre and Peter Scott Lewis. Conspirare performs several of Eric Whitacre’s most popular choral works and presents the U.S. premieres of two brand-new compositions, Oculi Omnium and Alleluia.

The concert also features the world premiere of The Changing Light by Peter Scott Lewis (for chamber choir, vibraphone, marimba, and string quartet) based on the poems of Lawrence Ferlinghetti and written for Conspirare.

Special Events
lee sandstead

Lee Sandstead

01.08.12 (2:30pm) Blanton Museum Auditorium Austin, TX
General Admission $15 TICKETS, more info
In anticipation of the Path of Miracles performances, Conspirare presents a lecture “Walking 600 Miles for Art: A Conspirare Choral Conversation,” featuring art historian Lee Sandstead and Conspirare artistic director Craig Hella Johnson. press release

Lee Sandstead’s appearance made possible with the generous support of Elizabeth and Jerele Neeld. Cosponsored by Seton Cove.

01.21.12 (6pm) Humanities Texas (Byrne-Reed House) Austin TX
$60 per person. Reservations are now closed.

Enjoy a catered buffet dinner with wine between the Saturday performances.