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Texas Early Music Project
2905 San Gabriel Suite 204 
Austin, TX 78705
(512) 377-6961

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TEMP is a performing ensemble and not a presenting organization or an agency. Please do not contact TEMP about hosting other early music groups.
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2905 San Gabriel Suite 204
Austin, TX 78705

(512) 377-6961

Founded in 1987 by Daniel Johnson, the Texas Early Music Project is dedicated to preserving and advancing the art of Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and early Classical music through performance, recordings, and educational outreach. 

Meredith Ruduski

Meredith Ruduski, soprano


Hailed for her delicate, mellifluous sound, and “exquisite,” radiant” tone, Meredith Ruduski is a soprano of unusual versatility and artistry. From Hildegarde to Sondheim, Meredith excels both as an onstage performer and recording artist. Meredith appears regularly with groups such as Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Grammy-nominated Seraphic Fire and Ars Lyrica, and Austins very own Texas Early Music Project

Meredith is the Operations Coordinator at Texas Early Music Project, where she  co-produced and co-wrote their most recent opera pastiche, Thats Amore: An Early Valentine, and she looks forward to co-producing the next show in February 2016.  Meredith also writes, produces, and hosts TEMPs Music History Shorts,” an educational Youtube series for music history fans everywhere. Meredith received her Masters Degree in Music at the University of Houston and her Bachelors Degree in Music at the University of Texas at Austin. More about Meredith and her concert/recording schedule may be found on her website:

Press Quotes:

“Meredith Ruduski’s radiant soprano solo took special honors…” Lawrence Budmen, South Florida Classical Review

“Soprano Meredith Ruduski is utterly charming as Vespetta…” Luke Quinton, Austin-American Statesman

“Soprano Meredith Ruduski as Mary Magdalene provided a delicate, mellifluous voice that was a nice complement...” Kenya Gillespie, Arts and Culture Texas