Cambridge Taverner Choir

Date: 20 Jul 2008 - 19:30
End Date: 20 Jul 2008 - 22:12
  • Monteverdi: Music from Orfeo and the Madrigals
Event details: Directed by Owen Rees, The Cambridge Taverner Choir, belongs to a generation of exciting early music chamber choirs which, like The Tallis Scholars and The Sixteen, emerged from the Oxford and Cambridge choral tradition.

As well as regular concert series and festival appearances in Cambridge, the choir has performed in many parts of the U.K., including an appearance in the prestigious York Early Music Festival in July 2002.

The choir has undertaken highly successful tours of Portugal in 1991 and Switzerland and Italy in 1996; it has also broadcast on Radio 3, and has been featured on Radio 4.

The choir has released four recordings; all have been acclaimed by the critics, and Music from Renaissance Portugal was short-listed for the Gramophone Early Music Award in 1994.

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