Catherine Saucier is Assistant Professor of Music History at Arizona State University. Catherine published an article on the symbolism of Advent and adventus in Brassart’s motet for Frederick III in Early Music History (2008) and has an article on the sound of sanctity forthcoming in the interdisciplinary journal The Senses and Society (2010). She has received a one-semester faculty fellowship from the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies to progress with her book on clerical society, music, and civic promotion in medieval Liège. As president of the Phoenix Early Music Society, Catherine also promotes early music performance at ASU and in the greater Phoenix community by organizing concerts by local and internationally-renowned ensembles. Most recently, Catherine founded the ASU-based Early Music Chamber Choir dedicated to the performance and study of medieval and renaissance vocal works and performance practices.