Photo courtesy of Texas Early Music Project

Expelled from Iberia in 1492, the Sephardim created a haunting music that reflected their longing for return to Iberia while adapting their traditions and music to their new homelands. Experience TEMP's unique and creative arrangements, soulful vocal solos, accompanied by the exotic textures of a hybrid Medieval/Middle Eastern instrumental ensemble.

The October 29 performance will take place at Congregation Beth Israel, and the October 30 will take place at St. Martin's Lutheran Church.

Expelled from Iberia in 1492, the Sephardim created a haunting music that reflected their longing for return to Iberia while adapting their traditions and music to their new homelands. Experience TEMP's unique and creative arrangements, soulful vocal solos, accompanied by the exotic textures of a hybrid Medieval/Middle Eastern instrumental ensemble.

The October 29 performance will take place at Congregation Beth Israel, and the October 30 will take place at St. Martin's Lutheran Church.

Expelled from Iberia in 1492, the Sephardim created a haunting music that reflected their longing for return to Iberia while adapting their traditions and music to their new homelands. Experience TEMP's unique and creative arrangements, soulful vocal solos, accompanied by the exotic textures of a hybrid Medieval/Middle Eastern instrumental ensemble.

The October 29 performance will take place at Congregation Beth Israel, and the October 30 will take place at St. Martin's Lutheran Church.

WHEN

WHERE

Congregation Beth Israel
3901 Shoal Creek Blvd.
Austin, TX 78756
http://www.early-music.org/

TICKET INFO

$5-$30
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