Today’s blog is by James Arthur, who is joining us for this tour to complete the line-up of four basses required for our Passion and Resurrection programme. JArthur is very much part of the Stile Antico ‘family’, often singing with us as an extra bass or a deputy for one of our members, and he has recently notched up his... continued
Today’s blog is by a rather bleary-eyed Eleanor…
“One of my favourite things about being a member of Stile Antico is the way in which it never stops providing new challenges. Over the years, we’ve all had to perfect many skills other than singing, be they connected with musical programming, finance and business strategy, the booking of... continued
Today’s blog comes from our intrepid reporter, Katie!
“Any long trip abroad inevitably involves rather a lot of travel. This tour is no exception, and today I have made use of the ample time spent sitting in cars, on planes and in airports to reflect a little on my first year of touring with the group.
“My first Stile tour was... continued
A thoroughly relaxed Becky writes:
“Our Sunday having been given over to travelling and performing, we assigned today, Monday, as our day of rest. It certainly started that way for me with a blissful lie-in till 10.30. This did unfortunately mean I missed out on the hotel breakfast which I gather from my colleagues was exceptional. I heard... continued
Today’s blog is by Jim, whose ability to jump between tenor and bass was crucial at our Westport concert!
“This morning, with some bellies still heavy with Pepe’s pizza, we continued our road trip with a short journey on the I-95, heading southwest along the edge of Connecticut (does anyone articulate that second C?) from New Haven to Westport,... continued
Will clearly enjoyed our day in New Haven, CT!
“Aside from a really wonderful concert in the pretty-much-perfect space of the Marquand Chapel at Yale, day three of the tour proper provided great pleasure with the first hints of a road trip, and the first meal out as a group.
“Rather than deal with public transport, wherever possible we prefer to hire... continued
“It’s great to be back in Boston for our fourth concert here! We started today reasonably bright-eyed considering the potential for jetlag, as most of us had slept pretty well in the very comfortable hotel. The morning was spent shopping, using the gym and the pool and relaxing ahead of what will be a very busy few days (three concerts in... continued
It’s a big day for Stile Antico: we’re thrilled to announce our newest member, the bass Tom Flint! Tom will be touring with us in the US and Canada. We thought we’d ask him a few questions, to give you a chance to get to know him.
Stile Antico: Of all our members, you’ve travelled the furthest to join the group! Tell us a bit about yourself... continued
A message from Kate:
“As the rest of the group is busy preparing for the tour by clearing their inboxes, loading their iPods (other digital music players are available) and getting their hair cut, I am stuck at home doing…..not much. Very sadly, I won’t be joining the group for the forthcoming tour to the US, as I am seven-and-a-half months pregnant, and... continued
This morning found us at St Sepulchre-without-Newgate in the City of London, just up the road from St Paul’s Cathedral. St Sep’s has been our unofficial home for several years, possessing as it does a winning (and surprisingly rare) combination of good acoustics, multiple spaces, reliable heating and modern kitchen and bathroom facilities:... continued