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Composer: Lotti, Antonio (1666-1740)

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Year of birth1666
Year of death1740
NationalityUnknown
PeriodBaroque
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LondonChantage

Lotti, Byrd, Leighton, Lukaszewski, Clucas, Taverner, Sharrock, Whitacre
James Davey; Chantage

CologneConcerto of Passion

Bach, Haydn, Lotti, MacMillan
Gürzenich Orchestra; Nicholas Collon; Bejun Mehta; ChorWerk Ruhr

BroadstairsThames Chamber Choir: Northern Lights

Byrd, Farrant, des Prez, Harris, Ešenvalds, Underhill, Lotti, Zieleński, Pitoni, Gibbons, Gjeilo, MacMillan, Willan
Andrew Campling; Thames Chamber Choir; Christian Spielmann

LondonThames Chamber Choir: Northern Lights

Byrd, Farrant, des Prez, Harris, Ešenvalds, Underhill, Lotti, Zieleński, Pitoni, Gibbons, Gjeilo, MacMillan, Willan
Andrew Campling; Thames Chamber Choir; Christian Spielmann

PoyntonMusic for Passiontide

Gibbons, Gjeilo, Lotti, Purcell, Tomkins, Stainer, Aleotti, Chilcott, Leighton, MacMillan
Neil Taylor; St George's Singers; Pete Durrant
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Oslo Church Music Festival: Passion and poetry with The Tallis Scholars

The Tallis Scholars  ©  Eric Richmond
It would seem that Easter has come early to Oslo. Friday marked the opening of the Oslo International Church Music Festival, a festival that this year is devoted to the ever-paschal theme of the passion. The opening concert was held in the Oslo Cathedral and was sung by the British vocal ensemble The Tallis Scholars.The concert focused on passion, in both senses of the word.
***11
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Ensemble Vocalisa Variable perform works for female voices in Denzlingen

The Ensemble Vocalisa Variabile presented a varied programme in the Kirche St Georg, Denzlingen, featuring eight different composers whose period of activity spanned no less than six centuries. In addition to a number of fine musical high-points, it was this versatility which proved to be one of the most impressive aspects of the performance.
***11
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Beauty In the Dark: Platinum Consort at Kings Place

Platinum Consort  ©  Edward Carr
In the spare modern elegance of Hall One at Kings Place, choral octet Platinum Consort, under the direction of their founder and conductor Scott Inglis-Kidger, gave an impressive and impeccably presented performance of works from their critically acclaimed recording In the Dark, written for, or inspired by, the Tenebrae tradition.
*****
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Troublantes larmes virginales au pied de la croix : Vox Luminis à Lyon

Vox Luminis © Wagner Csapo
L’un de ces concerts où qualité musicale, expressivité, spatialité intelligente et sens aigu du texte s’intriquent à la perfection
*****
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