JoAnn Taricani (Chair, Music History, UW School of Music)
6:30 PM // St. James Cathedral Place Meeting Room (803 Terry Ave, directly next to Cathedral)
Named for the dissonant gap in musical pitches thought to evoke the devil in the Middle Ages, the French medieval music ensemble Diabolus in Musica takes you back to the 14th century Avignon Papacy, where bold musical innovation arose amidst religious and political turmoil. Travel among the great manuscripts including Philippe De Vitry’s motets that formed the ars nova period. Read the program notes by Music Director Antoine Guerber. The male vocalists of Diabolus in Musica will revive your passion for polyphony.
90 minutes with no intermission
Raphaël Boulay, tenor
Branislav Rakic, tenor
Igor Bouin, baritone
Romain Bockler, baritone
Emmanuel Vistorky, baritone-bass
Philippe Roche, bass
Gloria et Verus Homo Deus
Aurea luce (plain-chant hymn)
Firmissime/Adesot/Alleluya, Philippe De Vitry
Deus in Adjutorium/Deus in Se Notus
Ecce Sacerdos Magnus
Petre Clemens/Lugentium, Philippe De Vitry
Kyrie Jhesu Desu Dulcissime
Sanctus Sanans Fragilia/Salva Nos
Agnus Dei, Heinricus de Libero Castro
St. James Cathedral
The Cabrini Tower Garage on Marion and Terry is closest. Street parking available.
Bastyr University Chapel
Free parking in the adjacent campus lot.
Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall
Advanced reserved parking available in the garage below Benaroya Hall, call 206.215.4747.
Seattle First Baptist Church
Parking available in the adjacent lot with entrances on Seneca and Boylston.