Stile Antico marks 400 years since Byrd’s death with a new Decca Classics album and year of celebrations, beginning with a special New Year’s Day episode of the BBC Radio 3 Early Music Show.
Our recent visit to Ubeda in Spain saw us give the first modern performances of four motets by Sebastián de Vivanco, thanks to a series of fruitful collaborations.
We’re very happy to be able to share our latest publicity images, taken by the brilliant Kaupo Kikkas at beautiful Park Abbey in Leuven, home of our friends at the Alamire Foundation.
We are very happy to announce the appointment of Rosie Parker as the newest member of Stile Antico.
We are delighted to return for the Christmas 2021 edition of the acclaimed Live From London festival, joining a roster of wonderful artists to share beautifully filmed live performances with those who cannot join us in person.
We are absolutely delighted that our Josquin anniversary album has been awarded the first ever Gramophone Award for Spatial Audio.
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.
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.
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.