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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
USA

(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. 

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2018-2019 Season

TEMP 2018-2019 Season at a glance

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Individual tickets may be purchased by clicking/tapping on the buttons below each concert description. Tickets will also be available at the venues, payable with cash, check, or credit card: $30 general admission, $25 senior (60+), and $5 student with ID.

ALL DONORS WHO CONTRIBUTE $500 OR MORE MAY JOIN THE SEASON SUBSCRIBERS IN THE PREFERRED SEATING AREA OF THE VENUES


Alegría: The Spanish Renaissance

Saturday, Sept. 22, 7:30PM 

Redeemer Presbyterian Church 
2111 Alexander Ave.

Sunday, Sept. 23, 3:00PM

St. Martin's Lutheran Church
606 W 15th Street

Sacred music from the cathedrals of 16th-century Spain and popular folk melodies for voices, viols, lutes, and sackbuts, with music by Guerrero, Ceballos, Morales, Flecha, and more in this treat for the ears and the spirit. With guests Wendy Gillespie (viola da gamba), Peter Maund(percussion), and Ryland Angel (countertenor).


How to Marry a Millionaire (c. 1725)

Saturday, Nov. 3, 7:30pm

First Presbyterian Church
8001 Mesa Drive

Sunday, NOv. 4, 3:00pm

First Presbyterian Church
8001 Mesa Drive

A fully staged performance of the chamber opera Pimpinone, Telemann's comedic romp in which an ungovernable maid (Austin’s Gitanjali Mathur) trains a cunning eye on a hapless gentleman of means (NY’s Peter Walker).


An Early Christmas

Friday, Dec. 7, 7:30pm

St. John's United Methodist 
2140 Allandale Road

Saturday, Dec. 8, 7:30pm

First English Lutheran Church
3001 Whitis Avenue

Sunday, Dec. 9, 3:00pm

First Presbyterian Church
8001 Mesa Drive 

The intangible essence of Christmas past rediscovered with old delights and new favorites for solo voices, small chorus, instruments, and guest harpists Therese Honey & Elaine Barber


Celtic Fancies: Music from Ireland & Scotland,
c.1500-1800

Saturday, Feb. 16, 7:30pm

St. Matthew's Episcopal Church
8134 Mesa Drive

Sunday, Feb. 17, 3:00PM

First Presbyterian Church, 
8001 Mesa Drive 

Scottish and Irish ballads are evocative, heartfelt, and often humorous! Even the English held these works in high esteem, and our own Ben Franklin adored these songs and considered them the height of great art. With guest singer and piper Peter Walker (New York). 


A Symphony of Voices: Choral Masterworks
of Tudor England

Saturday, March 30, 7:30PM     

Redeemer Presbyterian Church
2111 Alexander Avenue

Sunday, March 31, 3:00PM  

 St. Matthew's Episcopal Church
8134 Mesa Drive

Many voices, both solo and choral, performing some of the most sublime, moving, and exhilarating music imaginable. This is the world of early Tudor England,with music compiled between c.1490 and c.1520, featuring guests Ryland Angel (countertenor) and Mary Springfels (viola da gamba).


Mystic, Scientist, Scholar, Nun: Music of
Hildegard von Bingen

Saturday, May 11, 7:30pm

St. Louis King of France
Catholic Church
 Chapel

7601 Burnet Road

Sunday, May 12, 3:00pm

St. John's United Methodist
2140 Allandale Road

The beautifully sophisticated and powerful music of the 12th-century German abbess, performed by 20 female singers and accompanied by a small instrumental ensemble of vielles, harp, and psalteries, led by guest vielle player Mary Springfels.


ALL DONORS WHO CONTRIBUTE $500 OR MORE MAY JOIN THE SEASON SUBSCRIBERS IN THE PREFERRED SEATING AREA OF THE VENUES

 

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