Grammy┬«-nominated British composer James Whitbourn has brought to life the extraordinary story of a young girl in hiding from the Nazis during World War II. Named after the full forename of Anne Frank, Annelies is the first major choral setting of Anne Frank: T he Diary of a Young Girl . The fourteen chronological movements are based on a libretto translated by Melanie Challenger, distilled from Anne's journal entries. 
Annelies is a poignant and deeply moving concert experience that will evoke reflections on universal and contemporary issues, inspired by memories of a remarkable girl living in isolation and striving to retain her trust in hope, truth and goodness.
Featuring Conspirare Symphonic Choir, soprano soloist Stefanie Moore and instrumentalists Vanguel Tangarov (clarinet), Sarah Silver (violin), Barbara George (cello) and Faith DeBow (piano).

Friday & Saturday January 8-9, 2016
7pm pre-concert talk
8pm performance

University Presbyterian Church
2203 San Antonio St.
Austin, Texas 78705
only $22!
Celebrating our 23rd season, Conspirare is a Grammy® award-winning choral ensemble that creates exceptional concert experiences. With the world-class artistry of its extraordinary voices and the incomparable direction of conductor Craig Hella Johnson, Conspirare is one of the finest choirs performing today. Inspired by the power of music to transform lives, Conspirare performances are musical magic.



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