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The Sixteen - Monteverdi Vespers

The Sixteen perform one of the cornerstones of the classical repertoire,
Monteverdi's monumental Vespers of 1610.

Patron Booking - 12th May
General Booking - 19th May

The Sixteen - Monteverdi Vespers of 1610
Rochester Cathedral
Thursday 29 January (2015) 7:30pm
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The Sixteen - Monteverdi Vespers of 1610
Guilford Cathedral
Friday 30 January (2015) 7:30pm
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The Sixteen - Monteverdi Vespers of 1610
Peterborough Cathedral
Saturday 31 January (2015) 7:30pm
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Or alternatively, ring the Box Office on: 01904 651485


You may be interested in booking tickets to see Stile Antico who are part of this year's York Early Music Festival December, 6.30pm at the Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall, University of York.

The Festival is delighted to welcome back the early music vocal ensemble Stile Antico who first appeared in the Festival 10 years ago after winning the Friends of York Early Music Festival prize at the 2005 International Young Artists Competition. What a decade it has proved to be for the group! Join them for 'A Wondrous Mystery' their new Christmas programme which is delightful mixture of the formal and the informal, of sophisticated polyphony and folk-like dances. Alongside a glorious, richlyscored Christmas mass by the Flemish composer Clemens non Papa, Stile Antico performs traditional old-German carols and motets, many of them still familiar today. Amongst the highlights are Eccard's infectiously joyful Übers Gebirg Maria geht and Praetorius' double-choir Magnificat, which includes the carols In dulci jubilo and Josef lieber, Josef mein. Based on the same Josef lieber melody, and neatly joining the two strands of the programme, is Resonet in laudibus by the Flemish-born, German resident master Orlandus Lassu.

Tickets are £24.00 (concessions £22.00) and can be booked here

Stile Antico Image © Marco-Borggreve