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Ensemble Basiani provides a unique opportunity to hear masterworks from a noble choral tradition presented by the artists who know them best. Created in 2000 under the blessing of the Patriarch of Georgia, Ensemble Basiani protects and performs the rich heritage of Georgian folk song and chant by researching and reviving music from past recordings, studying songs directly with famous singers, and working extensively with world-renowned ethnomusicologists.

In recent years, the group has received major international acclaim, scoring a singular triumph at Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival (2010), where Basiani performed Georgian traditional polyphony along with masterpieces by J.S. Bach.

Ensemble Basiani provides a unique opportunity to hear masterworks from a noble choral tradition presented by the artists who know them best. Created in 2000 under the blessing of the Patriarch of Georgia, Ensemble Basiani protects and performs the rich heritage of Georgian folk song and chant by researching and reviving music from past recordings, studying songs directly with famous singers, and working extensively with world-renowned ethnomusicologists.

In recent years, the group has received major international acclaim, scoring a singular triumph at Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival (2010), where Basiani performed Georgian traditional polyphony along with masterpieces by J.S. Bach.

Ensemble Basiani provides a unique opportunity to hear masterworks from a noble choral tradition presented by the artists who know them best. Created in 2000 under the blessing of the Patriarch of Georgia, Ensemble Basiani protects and performs the rich heritage of Georgian folk song and chant by researching and reviving music from past recordings, studying songs directly with famous singers, and working extensively with world-renowned ethnomusicologists.

In recent years, the group has received major international acclaim, scoring a singular triumph at Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival (2010), where Basiani performed Georgian traditional polyphony along with masterpieces by J.S. Bach.

WHEN

WHERE

McCullough Theatre
2375 Robert Dedman Dr.
Austin, TX 78712
http://texasperformingarts.org/season/ensemble-basiani-mccullough-theatre-2016

TICKET INFO

$10-$40
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