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House Concert: French Chanson of the Early Renaissance

The Queens Noyse Concert Flyer

The Queen’s Noyse

Renaissance Wind Band

directed by Pat O’Scannell

Saturday, Jan. 19th – 4pm; doors open 3:30pm
$20 / free to those under 21 years of age.

House Concert by reservation only:
Call or email to make a reservation.
(541) 482-9757 or email pato@opendoor.com

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Community Ensembles Series Fundraiser

directed by Pat O’Scannell

Musica Matrix is trying to raise $10,000 towards next season’s first-ever ‘Community Ensembles Series’ with local musicians, creating engaging concerts that make Medieval and Renaissance music accessible, free to anyone under 21, and affordable for all.

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Pat O’Scannell, Shira Kammen, and Lauren Pomerantz recently joined JPR’s Geoffrey Riley to share stories, inspiration and musical selections from the Children of Exile concert. Listen to the interview here »



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You’ve heard of William Shakespeare, beloved poet and playwright, and the
 great artists Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and Rembrandt. But have you
 heard of Hildegard von Bingen, Guillaume de Machaut, and Johannes Ockeghem,
 some of the most revered masters of that era?

MUSICA MATRIX is bringing history 
to life by celebrating, performing, and teaching the timeless music of great Renaissance and Medieval composers.

In this time of slashes in funding for 
the Arts everywhere, MUSICA MATRIX is leading a new Age of Discovery. Join 
us for the journey!


Educational Programs

Educational Programs

Collaborative lectures, experiential education and developmentally appropriate demonstrations by accomplished musicians that are tailor-made for the needs of individual schools.

Community Ensembles

Community Ensembles

Acclaimed local, regional and national Medieval and Renaissance musicians and groups performing quarterly concerts and workshops.

Concerts and Workshops

Concerts & Workshops

Musica Matrix shares Renaissance and Medieval Music with youth and community in Southern Oregon through school programs, public concerts and workshops in order to preserve and celebrate the music of the past.


Musica Matrix shares Renaissance and Medieval Music with youth and community in Southern Oregon through school programs, public concerts and workshops in order to preserve and celebrate the music of the past.

Magic…positively enchanting…wonderful stuff! This has got to be one of the world’s great rock’ n’ roll renaissance bands! Bill McLaughlin, host of Saint Paul Sunday

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