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Latest|10 November, 2019

Never too cold for ice cream!

Emma takes up the story of our US travels as we reach the beautiful state of Vermont. “After a fairly late end to the evening (at least by our body clocks) it was a little painful to get up early for a day involving 2 flights, a drive, a rehearsal and a concert. However, all…

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Latest|10 November, 2019

Discovering Columbus

Here’s Kate, getting our US tour blog underway with news of our time in Columbus, OH! “The morning of Day One of our mini-tour dawned bright and fair. And cold. With temperatures hovering around freezing, we were glad that the more organised members of the group had checked the forecast before leaving the UK and…

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Latest|1 October, 2019

Farewell to Katie

Our recent concert in Antwerp was a bittersweet occasion: it marked Katie’s last appearance as a regular member of the group, as she pursues a new career working in psychological therapy. We asked her to reflect a little on her time with Stile Antico, after seven years and 256 concerts with the group. We’re delighted…

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Latest|11 September, 2019

Youth Consort 2.0

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…

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Latest|30 April, 2019

Vacancy for Mezzo-Soprano

Stile Antico is seeking to appoint a mezzo-soprano with outstanding musicianship and a particular love of early music. The closing date is 30th May 2019, and we anticipate that the successful candidate will take up the position early in 2020. Please click here for the full job specification and details of how to apply.

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Latest|14 March, 2019

Ensemble Development Bursary recipients announced

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 part of the repertoire, its strong academic credentials,…

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