Andrea and Giovanni Gabrieli created a sensation in late 16th century Venice with their works for antiphonal choirs of singers and instruments. Hans Leo Hassler was one of many young composers who flocked to Venice to learn their style. Hassler went on to become the first composer to introduce the polychoral tradition he learned from the Gabrielis to his native Germany. We open our 19th season by celebrating Hassler's 450th birthday with a sampling of the glorious music of Gabrielis, Hassler, Schütz and others. The preeminent Canadian sackbut and string ensemble ¡Sacabuche! will join us on this special occasion!
5520 Kingwood Drive
Kingwood, TX 77345
1111 St. Joseph Parkway
Houston, TX 77002
Parking: Anywhere in the church lot.
• In the parking lot across the street from the front doors of the Co-Cathedral.
• In the Amegy Bank Garage at the corner of St. Joseph Parkway and Fannin Street.
• In the parking lot behind the Co-Cathedral at the corner of Jefferson and Fannin Streets.
• In the parking lot behind the Cathedral Centre lot Entrance on Jefferson Street before Caroline Street.
For a detailed map, please click here.