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MISSA MUNDI
The Portuguese Diaspora, the Fifth Empire and the birth of the Globalized World.

MISSA MUNDI
The Portuguese Diaspora, the Fifth Empire and the birth of the Globalized World.

MISSA MUNDI
The Portuguese Diaspora, the Fifth Empire and the birth of the Globalized World.

Sun, 21 May 2017 | 20:00 hour

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Sun, 21 May 2017 | 20:00 hour

Door tickets: € 18.00
Presale: € 16.00
Students (upon presentation of college ID): € 7.00
Splendor members: € 15.00

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How did one of the smallest European nations come to be present on the whole globe? This project seeks to understand how the very specific cultural and folkloric traditions of Portugal – especially the myth of the Fifth Empire – managed not only to survive but help the colonial expansion of the Portuguese empire throughout the whole world. Seconda Prat!ca closes the Amsterdam Early Music Days with one of their favourite programs: a religious service made up of different sources and traditions of the XV and XVI centuries. Creating a journey across the times and places within a world that, one day, started becoming one.

*Note: Join us for a pre-concert discussion at 19:30 hosted by Dr. Rebecca Stewart. Dr. Stewart is one of the pioneers of early music singing and was the founder of the singing departments of The Hague and Tilburg conservatories. Researching in Indian and Japanese music has influenced her performance of Renaissance European music in very clear ways. This has also had a clear influence in her pedagogical approach to oral transmission and folkloric inspiration in modern times.

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