In April 2013, Schola Antiqua takes the fourteenth
century's most celebrated composer on the road for a mini-tour of the Midwest. We'll present some of the most notable works by Guillaume de Machaut, including a full performance of the composer's path-breaking Mass for Our
Lady, supplemented by some of his motets and
April 26, 2013, 7:30pm, Cathedral of St. John (Cleveland, Ohio)
April 27, 2013, 7:30pm, University of Notre Dame (Indiana)
April 28, 2013, 4:00pm, Rockefeller Memorial Chapel (Chicago)
We are thrilled to announce that Schola Antiqua has received the 2012 Noah Greenberg Award given by the American Musicological Society. The award, in honor of the founder of the New York Pro Musica, recognizes efforts between scholars and performers to foster outstanding contributions to historical performing practices. Schola Antiqua’s winning proposal, entitled “Sounding the Neumatized Sequence” and organized in collaboration with Prof. Lori Kruckenberg (University of Oregon), seeks to bridge the gap between the research discoveries of medieval musicologists and musical performances of the Latin plainchant repertory.