A Medieval Christmas

Music by Hildegard of Bingen and Anna of Cologne


December 9 & 10 8pm December 11 3:30pm*

The Middle Ages produced some of the most serene and heartfelt Christmas music of all time. This Yuletide program visits medieval churches, convents, courts and taverns in a program combining music by Hildegard of Bingen and Anna of Cologne with the great hymns and motets of the church. Images taken from the treasure trove of medieval paintings, book illuminations and stained glass are projected onto a huge screen to heighten your experience of this otherworldly music.

*Our Sunday Matinee Sampler two-pack | A Medieval Christmas on December 11, 2016 and Helen of Troy on May 14, 2017 both at 3:30pm.

Generously supported by Al and Jane Forest.

Part of

Join Katherine Hill – Guest Artistic Director and Ensemble Member – “Light in the Darkness: Medieval Music and Mid-winter” Talks are FREE and held one hour before the shows: 7pm for evening performances and 2:30pm for the Matinee.

NEW LOCATION: Pre-concert lectures will now be held in Jeanne Lamon Hall, on the orchestra level. To join us, simply make your way to the lobby and enter through the orchestra level main doors.

Download the Concert Materials:

  • A Medieval Christmas House Program
  • A Medieval Christmas Text & Translations