Fantasmi! European Tour 2014
What a sight! We arrived at the train station with a free day of exploring ahead of us, and once we settled in at our host (and guest performer) Karin Hagender´s appartment we took to the streets of Vienna, more specifically to the Schönbrunn Palace, where we spent the rest of the day walking around in the gardens.
Students, faculty and alumni from the University of North Texas College of Music are headed to Europe for an 11-concert, three-country tour in Germany, Austria and Croatia from July 1 (Tuesday) to July 21 (Monday). Current and former members of the UNT Baroque Orchestra, the UNT Collegium Singers and special guests will come together to perform as a baroque ensemble called “Fantasmi.”
July 3 – 6 (Thursday – Sunday)
Master class at the Städtische Musikschule (Municipal Music School) in Passau, Germany.
7:30 p.m. July 5 (Saturday)
Concert with guest artist Inge Reinelt (recorder) at the Pfarrkirche Mariä Himmelfahrt (Parish of the Assumption) in the Vornbach am Inn in Bavaria, Germany. Built in the 1700s and among the historically significant and minimally altered organs remaining, the instrument’s original condition was preserved during restoration work completed in 2009.
Members of our Early Music faculty, students and alums will be traveling and performing in Europe this summer. Check back soon for their updates.