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[http://www.stileantico.co.uk/ Stile Antico] is an ensemble of young British singers, now established as one of the most original and exciting new voices in its field. Their recordings on the Harmonia Mundi label have enjoyed great success, receiving the ''Diapason d’Or de l'année'', the ''Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik'', and twice attracting GRAMMY nominations. Their performances have repeatedly been praised for their vitality and commitment, expressive lucidity and imaginative response to text. Stile Antico’s repertoire ranges from the glorious legacy of the English Tudor composers to the works of the Flemish and Spanish schools and the music of the early Baroque. Presented by [[Folger Consort]], Stile Antico performed works off their CD ''Song of Songs'', winner of the 2009 Gramophone Award for Early Music. Sile Antico performed on April 2, 2011 at the [http://www.reformationdc.org/ Lutheran Church of the Reformation].  
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Sile Antico performed on April 2, 2011 at the [http://www.reformationdc.org/ Lutheran Church of the Reformation]. [http://www.stileantico.co.uk/ Stile Antico] is an ensemble of young British singers, now established as one of the most original and exciting new voices in its field. Their recordings on the Harmonia Mundi label have enjoyed great success, receiving the ''Diapason d’Or de l'année'', the ''Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik'', and twice attracting GRAMMY nominations. Their performances have repeatedly been praised for their vitality and commitment, expressive lucidity and imaginative response to text. Stile Antico’s repertoire ranges from the glorious legacy of the English Tudor composers to the works of the Flemish and Spanish schools and the music of the early Baroque. Presented by [[Folger Consort]], Stile Antico performed works off their CD ''Song of Songs'', winner of the 2009 Gramophone Award for Early Music.  
  
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[[File:Stile Antico Folger Consort 2011.jpeg|330px|left|thumb|Stile Antico. Marco Borggreve.]]
===Guest artists: Stile Antico===
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==Guest artists==
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===Stile Antico===
 
*Helen Ashby: soprano
 
*Helen Ashby: soprano
 
*Kate Ashby: soprano
 
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*Will Dawes: bass
 
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*Matthew O'Donovan: bass
 
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[[Category: Public programs]]
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[[Category: 16th century]]
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Latest revision as of 11:11, 23 July 2014

Sile Antico performed on April 2, 2011 at the Lutheran Church of the Reformation. Stile Antico is an ensemble of young British singers, now established as one of the most original and exciting new voices in its field. Their recordings on the Harmonia Mundi label have enjoyed great success, receiving the Diapason d’Or de l'année, the Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik, and twice attracting GRAMMY nominations. Their performances have repeatedly been praised for their vitality and commitment, expressive lucidity and imaginative response to text. Stile Antico’s repertoire ranges from the glorious legacy of the English Tudor composers to the works of the Flemish and Spanish schools and the music of the early Baroque. Presented by Folger Consort, Stile Antico performed works off their CD Song of Songs, winner of the 2009 Gramophone Award for Early Music.

Stile Antico. Marco Borggreve.











Guest artists

Stile Antico

  • Helen Ashby: soprano
  • Kate Ashby: soprano
  • Rebecca Hickey: soprano
  • Emma Ashby: alto
  • Eleanor Harries: alto
  • Carris Jones: alto
  • Jim Clements: tenor
  • Matthew Howard: tenor
  • Benedict Hymas: tenor
  • James Arthur: bass
  • Will Dawes: bass
  • Matthew O'Donovan: bass