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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Seventeenth-Century Music conference in Grove

The Society for Seventeenth-Century Music is holding its 24th annual conference and two concerts in the Coconut Grove from Thursday through Saturday, April 14-16.

The Society is dedicated to the study and performance of seventeenth-century music and related arts. It includes 250 members. The School of Music at FIU is hosting the event. 


Registration starts at 1 pm at St. Stephen's Sancturay and there is a meeting of the board of governors. An opening reception is at St. Stephen's Sun Porch at 6 pm on Thursday and the first concert is at 7:30 pm, featuring John Griffiths.


Friday is the busiest day starting with coffee and pastries and including a book exhibit, lunch and a Performance and Parody on French Stage, along with activities all day along with a reception and banquet in the evening.


On Saturday, more events.


For more on the conference and to be involved, check out the schedule here.


For the concerts, pricing is: $20.00 General Admission, $30.00 or Preferred seating. Students up to the age of 18 are admitted free of charge. College and graduate students pay $5.00. FIU Students free admission. All students must present their school ID at the door. Tickets for the concerts can be purchased here: miamibachsociety.org/concerts.php

Students are encouraged to reserve their seats by emailing: info@miamibachsociety.org


Member registration for the conference is $110 for the conference; non-member - $120; student - $60; banquet dinner - $75 and Business Meeting box lunch - $15.

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