Notre Dame Cathedral, c. 1200

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Event Description

**Student tickets for $5 will be available at the door. Must show student ID.

Stepping back 400 years to around 1200, the Notre Dame school of polyphony was prominent in mastering the change from single-voice chant to three- and four-part polyphony with the composer Pérotin being the impetus of this new style. Even though single-voice chant continued to thrive and grow, the excitement generated by the new multi-voice texture dominated European sacred music for centuries.

Venue and Parking Information

Saturday, March 25, 2017, at 8PM:
        • St. Mary Cathedral, 203 East 10th Street

Sunday, March 26, 2017, at 3PM:
        • First Presbyterian Church, 8001 Mesa Drive

Special note about parking for St. Mary Cathedral on Saturday, March 25:
Where: Capital Towers parking garage immediately behind (south of) the church. The entry is on San Jacinto Street. The other option is metered street parking.
* Take a ticket to park. Keep your parking ticket with you!
* Take the elevator to LEVEL 2 (also labeled PG).
* Validate your ticket at the table with the self-serve validation machine. 
* Follow signs to the church entrance at the front of the Cathedral on 10th St.
* Enjoy the concert!
* As you leave the parking garage, insert validated ticket at the garage exit.


Media Sponsor:

KMFA Radio  

Special Thanks:

TEMP is very proud to be in residence at the
Armstrong Community Music School

Public Funding:

Texas Early Music Project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department and by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts. 

Corporate Employee Match 

Dell Computers 
Exxon Mobil 

March 25th, 2017  8:00 pmMarch 26th, 2017  3:00 pm


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