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We’re delighted that Stile Antico will once again take part in the wonderful Live From London festival, a groundbreaking series of concerts streamed weekly in superb HD from the Voces8 Centre in the City of London.
We are thrilled to announce that Stile Antico will give three streaming concerts in February and March as part of Fresh Horizons, a major new digital initiative from the church of St Martin-in-the-Fields.
Our first concerts to in-person audiences since March are almost here! Here’s Kate, introducing our new programme and describing how the group is feeling about returning to live performance.
We are delighted that December will see our first performances to live audiences since March, as we present a festive programme in Oxford, London, and York.
We are thrilled to announce a new recording partnership with Decca Classics, with whom we will record a trilogy of albums called ‘The Golden Renaissance’.
Stile Antico is delighted to announce a series of filmed lecture-recitals, ‘Sundays with Stile’, to be premiered over successive Sunday evenings beginning on 25th October.
Stunning performances, full of attention to detail on dynamic and phrasingBarry Creasy, MusicOHM.com (2 October, 2020)
A miraculous celebration of choral music of the English Renaissance… it was ravishing.Colin Clarke, Seen and Heard International
Stile Antico is thrilled to announce the release of The Journey of the Mayflower, a film marking the 400th anniversary of the sailing of the Pilgrims from Plymouth on 16th September 1620.
We’re delighted to welcome alto Cara Curran as the newest member of Stile Antico. Originally from Belfast, Cara studied at the University of York and at Trinity College of Music. She now combines life as a solo and ensemble singer with her work as Director of Music at Ravenscourt Park Prep School in West London….
The word ‘quarantine’ derives from the 14th-century Venetian word quarantena, meaning ‘forty days’ – the length of time for which ships had to be isolated during the Black Death before their crews were allowed on shore. To mark forty days of lockdown in the UK, Stile Antico has created a socially-distanced video recording of Thomas…