Concert Season 2023-2024

Great Music in a Great Space / Saint Peter in Chains Cathedral Basilica Concerts 2023-2024


The 2023-2024 Concert Season

Heri et Hodie - St. Ursula and the 11,000 Virgins

Sunday, September 17th - 7:00 p.m.

Heri et Hodie is an intimate treble voice ensemble that revels in both medieval and modern music, specifically researching and promoting the work of women composers. Equally comfortable with the classical realm but also delving into folk traditions of Balkan womens’ music or Nordic inspired echoes of the Vikings, Heri et Hodie brings humor and history together with engaging and dynamic musical presentations.

In their first three seasons they have already commissioned and premiered four works by women composers, including participation in the 25 for 25 May Festival commissioning project with Luna Lab.

Joined by special guests, Matthew Geerlings organ, choristers from the St. Peter in Chains Cathedral Basilica choir, and student vocal scholars from St. Ursula Academy and Ursuline Academy.

TICKETS: $20 Adults / Student $5 at the door with student I.D. Click here to purchase tickets online.

Vox Luminus – Sunday, October 22nd – 3:00 p.m.

The ensemble Vox Luminis, led by Lionel Meunier, specialises in English, Italian and German repertoire from the 17th and early 18th century and is internationally acclaimed for its unique sound. A core of vocal soloists is supplemented, depending on the repertoire, with an extensive continuo,solo instruments or a complete orchestra. Vox Luminis is artist in residence at Concertgebouw Brugge.

In 2012, Vox Luminis won the Recording of the Year at the prestigiousGramophoneAwards. Since then, the group has mademultiple recordings with Ricercar, Alpha Classics, Ramée and Musique in Wallonie, and has won numerous international prizes including ‘Klara Ensemble of the Year 2018’, BBC Music Magazine ‘Choral Award Winner 2018’, 3 ‘Diapasons d’Or’ and several ‘Preis der Deutschen Schalplattenkritik’. In 2019 the ensemble received another Gramophone Music Award in the ‘Choral’ category for its recording of Buxtehude: Abendmusiken.

TICKETS: $40 Adult / Student $20 at the door with student I.D. Click here to purchase tickets online.



Gallicantus – Sunday, March 3rd – 3:00 p.m.

Dedicated to renaissance music and directed by Gabriel Crouch, this British ensemble is bound by a shared love of communicating text, and create performances which draw out unifying themes within apparently diverse repertoire; to this end they are as meticulous about providing context and insight for audiences as they are about crafting interpretations of the music they love.

TICKETS: $40 Adult / Student $20 at the door with student I.D. Click here to purchase tickets online.