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Friday, December 2, 2016 - 7:30pm

Recital Hall, UCSC Music Center

The UCSC Concert Choir, conducted by Nathaniel Berman, presents a concert of Renaissance sacred music based on secular tunes. Featuring the early music ensemble Apostasy, the concert will explore Renaissance-era secular tunes, including "The Western Wind", "L'homme Armé", and "Mille Regretz", and sacred compositions by Morales, Palestrina, and Taverner (called "parody masses") built on those popular melodies. Featured will be John Taverner's complete "Western Wind Mass".

$10 Adult
$8 Seniors 62+
$4 Students w/ ID and Youth

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Lobby and ticket window opens 1 hour before curtain.
Hall doors open 30-minutes prior to the performance.
Late seating, if offered, is at the discretion of the management. (Some presentations may offer late seating only at intermission.)
Unreserved seating.
Tickets on sale at www.ucsctickets.com in October. (Create an account online to purchase in advance. Print tickets at home or send to your mobile device.)
Parking $4

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Parking: Parking permits are required. Parking enforcement will immediately ticket any cars without permits. Day permits are available from the parking kiosk at the main entrance (red kiosk across from the barn). There are also marked parking stall spaces in the Performing Arts parking lot. These are pay by the hour spaces. There is limited availibility in these spaces.

For more info on parking: http://taps.ucsc.edu/parking/visitor-parking.html Directions to the Music Center building:

From Bay Ave: make a left at the main entrance stoplight onto Empire Grade. From Empire Grade, make a right at the stoplight onto Heller Drive. Continue on Heller Drive and make a right at the fourth stop sign onto Meyer Drive. At the second stop sign on Meyer Dr. turn left, the Music Ctr is the large concrete building on your right. Park in the lot.

From High St: Continue on High St. past the main campus entrance. High St. will turn into Empire Grade. From Empire Grade, make a right at the stoplight onto Heller Drive. Continue on Heller Drive and make a right at the fourth stop sign onto Meyer Drive. At the second stop sign on Meyer Dr. turn left, the Music Ctr is the large concrete building on your right. Park in the lot.

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Saturday, November 19, 2016 - 7:30pm

Recital Hall, UCSC Music Center

The UCSC Chamber Singers, conducted by Nathaniel Berman, perform works by two great Italian composers separated by three centuries: Claudio Monteverdi and Ottorino Respighi. The program features secular works from Monteverdi's fourth book of madrigals as well as his Magnificat Secondo. Respighi's colorful and lyrical oratorio Lauda per la Nativitá del Signore, for choir, soloists, and chamber ensemble, reflects his admiration and study of Monteverdi's music.

$10 Adult
$8 Seniors 62+
$4 Students w/ ID and Youth

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Lobby and ticket window opens 1 hour before curtain.
Hall doors open 30-minutes prior to the performance.
Late seating, if offered, is at the discretion of the management. (Some presentations may offer late seating only at intermission.)
Unreserved seating.
Tickets on sale at www.ucsctickets.com in October. (Create an account online to purchase in advance. Print tickets at home or send to your mobile device.)
Parking $4

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Saturday, October 15, 2016 - 7:30pm
Music Center Recital Hall (UCSC)
An evening with one of India’s premier performers of the sarangi (traditional bowed fiddle). Born in 1985, this highly trained classical artist represents a new generation of Indian Classical musicians. Narayan stops at UC Santa Cruz on a U.S. tour this fall. With American tabla player Ty Burhoe, a disciple of tabla maestro Zakir Hussain. Presented with support from the Kamil and Talat Hasan Endowed Chair for Classical Indian Music at UCSC and by the Ali Akbar Khan Endowment for Classical Indian Music

Ticket window opens 1 hour before the concert. The hall opens 30 minutes before the concert.

Tickets on sale on October 3 at ucsctickets.com
Create an account online to purchase in advance. Print tickets at home or send to your mobile device.
Parking $4

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