Members of Stile Antico spent a wonderful few days at the end of August working with the highly talented and enterprising young singers who formed the our second Youth Consort. We would like to thank all the participants, the Stile Antico Foundation who supported bursary places, and especially Eleanor, who co-ordinated this exciting project. She... continued
Stile Antico is delighted to announce that the recipient of its inaugural Ensemble Development Bursary will be Fount & Origin, an Oxford-based vocal consort specialising in late-medieval and early-renaissance music.
Fount & Origin stood out from a very strong field of applicants through its enthusiasm for an often-neglected... continued
Stile Antico is delighted to announce the appointment of Nathan Harrison as the group’s lowest bass. He replaces Tom Flint, who has returned to his native Australia with his family, after five years with the ensemble.
Nathan read music at Cardiff University where he was a principal study pianist, before switching his focus to choral... continued
It is with sadness and enormous gratitude that we announce that Matthew O’Donovan, a member of Stile Antico since its very earliest days, has decided to leave the group in the summer, as he welcomes a new addition to his family. As a stalwart bass, programmer, writer of programme notes, resident theologian, and much, much more, Matthew has... continued
Stile Antico is thrilled to have been asked to perform at the Premiere Ceremony for the 60th GRAMMY Awards. The group are the only classical performers to be named on the bill for the GRAMMYs , which take place in New York City’s Madison Square Garden in celebration of the awards’ 60th anniversary.
Stile Antico has been... continued
Stile Antico is delighted to announce that the recipients of its 2017-8 Young Singer Bursaries are soprano Elizabeth Gornall and tenor Chris Why.
The bursaries, supported by the Stile Antico Foundation, are designed to give emerging singers a significant opportunity to gain experience within a world-class vocal consort, to engage with... continued
There are just four days left to apply for our 2017-18 Young Singer bursaries! We asked current bursary holder Sacha Fullerton to explain why young singers should be interested:
If you are considering a career in any kind of choral singing, this bursary scheme is the ideal way to learn about the various challenges of... continued
Thanks to the support of the Stile Antico Foundation, Stile Antico is thrilled to announce the launch of a Youth Consort. Over a series of four sessions this Autumn, up to sixteen young singers will be coached by members of Stile Antico with the aim of developing their ensemble skills, musical interpretation, and knowledge of... continued
Stile Antico has just finished a busy fortnight of teaching and performing. First, the group performed concerts in Madrid and Ávila before joining the Zenobia Música Summer School for the first time, where they coached groups on music by Victoria and Lobo.
On their return, the group headed to Dartington International Summer School, where... continued
Stile Antico is thrilled that its latest disc ‘Divine Theatre’ has been nominated for the Gramophone Award for Early Music. The disc explores the remarkable sacred works of Giaches de Wert, and has received overwhelmingly positive reviews, with the Financial Times praising the disk’s “sheer joyful energy” and... continued
As part of its continuing commitment to nurture the next generation of young consort singers, Stile Antico is now seeking applications for its 2017-8 bursary scheme. Thanks to the generosity of the Stile Antico Foundation, the group is able to offer awards of £500 to two promising young singers in the final stages... continued