Do your soul some good. Turn off the outside world, turn down the lights, and put this on. Bask in the glow of music that in its innocent simplicity, attains perfection.Jean-Yves Duperron, Classical Music Sentinel (February, 2018)
What on earth would persuade Stile Antico to fly across the Atlantic for a five-minute performance? Katie’s 30th birthday, of course… oh, and the 60th GRAMMY Awards! Becky and Ben sent this report about a thoroughly surreal weekend.
Brunch at The Breslin, Manhattan
Nine different aeroplanes had brought us to this meeting place for the most glamorous... 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.
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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
Stile Antico is often touted as one of Britain’s finest early music a cappella choirs… It’s a hard accolade to uphold, but one that’s hard to deny.Michael Huebner, artsBHAM (27 October, 2017)
Stile Antico are the perfect artists for this repertory, bringing equal measures of clarity and passion to the music.Tony Way, Limelight (4 August, 2017)
The fourth and final instalment of our US tour vlog, featuring music by Byrd, backstage shenanigans, and Eleanor explaining why singing with Stile is such a fulfilling experience!
In today’s video blog from our US tour, we address the important question of how to relax on days between concerts.
Today’s vlog instalment finds Will in an airport, and the group in Garden City, SoCal, at the iconic Crystal Cathedral.
We’re safely back from the US! In lieu of our usual travel blog, we’ve putted together a video blog of our travels! Here’s the first instalment from Birmingham, AL, featuring music by Clemens, Vivanco and Tomkins, a bleary-eyed Katie, and some outstanding cars, and Dr Frederick Teardo, Director of Music at the Cathedral of the Advent.
We’re packing our suitcases for a whistle-stop trip to the US – the second time this year that we have crossed the Atlantic. We’ll be giving just three performances this time around, but they are all in cities which we’ve never previously visited – Birmingham, AL, Garden Grove, CA, and Rochester, MN. It’s always exiting to expand our list of destinations,... 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