Timothy Kendall, Music Director
Elizabeth Pontiff, Associate Conductor
Collegium Cantorum, performing in the greater Washington, D.C. area since 1986, specializes in "large forms for small choirs", and draws most of its repertory from the masterworks of medieval and Renaissance Europe.
Its performances, generally open to the public free of charge, are presented under the auspices of Cantare, Inc., a small, tax-exempt, not-for-profit organization.
We gratefully acknowledge the assistance of
The Arlington Community Church
Saint Alban's Episcopal Church
Bethany Lutheran Church
Early Music DC
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Medieval and Renaissance Polyphony
by Composers Associated with
Notre Dame de Paris:
Adam de St. Victor, Albertus Parisiensis, Léonin,
Pérotin, Philippe le Chancelier, Philippe de Vitry,
Jean d'Ockeghem, Loyset Compère, and Antoine Brumel.
Voluntary contribution of $20 suggested, but
Admission is Free.
Inappropriate for small children; school-age children welcome.
In case of severe weather, civic emergency, etc., please check this page
for announcements of cancellation or postponement.