Upcoming performances

Date Artist City Venue
02/03/18 Utopia Early Music Salt Lake City, UT Cathedral of St. Mark
Time: 8:00pm. Address: 231 E 100 S. “The Siren and the Nightingale” traces three centuries of musical innovation from the emotional outpouring of twelfth-century troubadours to the intricate complexities of the fourteenth-century Ars Subtilior. Be transported by the mysterious, sensual, and joyful music of medieval France. More information
02/04/18 Utopia Early Music Salt Lake City, UT Cathedral of St. Mark
Time: 5:00pm. Address: 231 E 100 S. “The Siren and the Nightingale” traces three centuries of musical innovation from the emotional outpouring of twelfth-century troubadours to the intricate complexities of the fourteenth-century Ars Subtilior. Be transported by the mysterious, sensual, and joyful music of medieval France. More information
04/21/18 Texas Early Music Project Austin, TX Redeemer Presbyterian Church
Time: 7:00pm. Address: 2111 Alexander Ave. Complaints Through the Ages: “I am, therefore I complain.” Humans have always had things to complain about, ranging from life-threatening, quality-of-life issues to conjured or superficial annoyances that simply don’t fit into the notion of what a good day should hold. Our musical exploration will portray the timelessness of humanity’s grumping from medieval times to the present day. Buy Tickets More information
04/22/18 Texas Early Music Project Austin, TX First Presbyterian Church
Time: 3:00pm. Address: 8001 Mesa Dr. Complaints Through the Ages: “I am, therefore I complain.” Humans have always had things to complain about, ranging from life-threatening, quality-of-life issues to conjured or superficial annoyances that simply don’t fit into the notion of what a good day should hold. Our musical exploration will portray the timelessness of humanity’s grumping from medieval times to the present day. Buy Tickets More information

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