Stile Antico Youth Consort 2022
We are delighted to announce the return of the Stile Antico Youth Consort, a non-residential summer school for talented young singers, which will run from 29-31 August 2022.
The Cellar of Forgotten Notes
We are delighted to open the door to the ‘The Cellar of Forgotten Notes’, a collection of twelve previously unpublished pieces of Spanish Renaissance liturgical music. Come inside for scores and recordings of these neglected works!
Toward the Dawn
To celebrate the end of the 2021 lockdown in the UK, we embarked on a UK tour with Toward the Dawn, an atmospheric new programme which charts a journey through the dark watches of the night and into the new light of sunrise.
Spotlights with Stile Antico
Spotlights is a new series of four films, focusing on four key works in our repertoire. Expert academic contributors join members of the group to help place the music in its historical and cultural context, alongside a host of musical illustrations and full performances of each ‘spotlight’ work.
Sunday Evenings with Stile Antico
‘Sundays with Stile’ is a series of four online lecture-recitals, introduced by members of the group and featuring a host of newly-filmed performances. Join us as we take you on a unique tour through the music we love so much!
The Journey of the Mayflower
Filmed during lockdown, our acclaimed hour-long music-drama The Journey of the Mayflower marks the 400th anniversary of the sailing of the Pilgrims. The film was made with support from the National Lottery and the Stile Antico Foundation, and is now available to rent via Vimeo.
Tallis in Lockdown: Spem in Alium
The arrival of COVID-19 early in 2020 swiftly put paid to Stile Antico’s normal activities. Instead, we threw our energies into producing digital content. Our first release, marking 40 days of lockdown in the UK, was our virtual recording of Tallis’s 40-part motet, Spem in Alium.
Tenth Anniversary Celebration
During 2015-16, we marked our tenth anniversary with a series of celebratory concerts and projects, including a birthday concert at Wigmore Hall, the release of a compilation album, and an appearance at the BBC Proms.