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Composer: Perotin (1160-1230)

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Year of birth1160
Year of death1230
NationalityFrance
PeriodEarly
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LondonLooping Time – Hugo Ticciati & O/Modernt

© Marco Borggreve
Adams, Tüür, Perotin, Glass
O/MODƏRNT Kammarorkester; Hugo Ticciati
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A dazzling conclusion

David James, Gordon Jones, Jan Garbarek, Steven Harrold, Rogers Covey-Crump © Paolo Soriani / ECM Records
After twenty years of international success, an emotional close to the Officium tour by the Hilliard Ensemble and Norwegian saxophonist Jan Garbarek.
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The Hilliard Ensemble's fortieth birthday

The Hilliard Ensemble © Marco Borggreve
The Hilliard Ensemble celebrated their fortieth birthday at the Spitalfields Music Winter Festival, at St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch.
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Baltic music and Bach: Alina Ibragimova and Britten Sinfonia at the Barbican

Alina Ibragimova  ©  Sussie Ahlburg 2012
Alina Ibragimova barely glanced up from her score during her Bach concerto with Britten Sinfonia last night, and the result was some of the most intense, beautiful music-making I can recall hearing.
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Meditations in sound from The Hilliard Ensemble and Jan Garbarek

The Hilliard Ensemble  ©  Friedrun Reinhold
In 1993, by some strange musical alchemy, a creative partnership was born that has gone on to bear some remarkable fruit. On Officium, stylish jazz and classical label ECM brought together The Hilliard Ensemble – a vocal quartet known for the precision with which it had tackled and animated austere soundworlds from Perotin to Pärt – and Norwegian jazz saxophonist Jan Garbarek.
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Juxtaposition: An Intriguing Program by Nagano, Kremer and the OSM

Kent Nagano  ©  Ben Ealovega
Maestro Kent Nagano’s opening words to the audience outlined the plan of the program eloquently. The concert was to be an investigation of form and structure, as elucidated musically by the surprising juxtaposition of Boulez’s monstrous orchestration and Perotin’s plainchant.
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