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Mozart in the Rainforest
Sat, Apr 08, 2017, at 7:30pm
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$25 general; $20 seniors (65+), under 12 FREE
St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church
5217 Honeymoon Bay Rd.,
Freeland, WA, 98249
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Pacific MusicWorks and Early Music Underground are joining forces to present even more great music in fun, informal settings across the greater Seattle area. Enjoy food, drink, and fellowship along with the adventurous programming, wit, and signature multimedia experience that audiences have come to expect from Underground concerts. Best of all, it's a great way to introduce friends to the music you love!

The grandson of slaves rises to become Master of the King's Chapel and the Kingdom of Portugal's most celebrated musician...
Born in Rio de Janiero, José Mauricio Nuñes Garcia (1767-1830) overcame poverty and systemic racism to become one of Brazil's most significant composers and conductors, serving the Portuguese Court in Rio and exerting a major influence on the musical landscape of his country. Acclaimed soprano Brenna Wells joins fortepianist Henry Lebedinsky (performing on an original 1799 square piano) to explore the music of Nuñes Garcia, the works of Mozart and Haydn that inspired him, and his role in the creation of the modinha, a unique Brazilian art song genre.