We are absolutely delighted that our Josquin anniversary album has been awarded the first ever Gramophone Award for Spatial Audio.
Jonathan has the story of our first performance on foreign soil since before the pandemic struck — a return to the wonderful Utrecht Early Music Festival, where we sang music by Dowland and Giles Swayne with oud player Rihab Azar.
Cleverly crafted 45 minute videos that explore the background to each piece in terms of history, geography, politics and Zeitgeist… a splendid opportunity for fans of music of the period.Barry Creasy, MusicOMH (13 May, 2021)
It was obvious that every line had been dissected for its intent… consummate understanding of the idiom.Barry Creasy, MusicOHM.com (1 April, 2021)
A concert… that confirms the stature of Stile Antico beyond any doubt.Colin Clarke, Seen and Heard International (23rd February, 2021)
Today marks the launch of our debut recording on Decca Classics. Devoted entirely to Josquin, it is the first in a trilogy of albums marking the anniversaries of some of the greatest composers of the Renaissance.
Ahead of the release of our Decca Classics debut ‘The Golden Renaissance: Josquin’, find out about the career of this extraordinary composer, and why his music still casts such a spell today.
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.
The pandemic has brought great challenges for musicians, but has also sparked plenty of innovative thinking. Read about what we’ve been getting up to, and find out how to support us through these uncertain times.
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.