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Composer: White, Robert (1538-1574)

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Year of birth1538
Year of death1574
January 2019
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LondonTwelfth Night: Barber, Poulenc, Ludford & Rachmaninov

Barber, Lambe, Howells, Ludford, Poulenc, Nørgard {Norgard}, White, Mahler, Warlock, Rachmaninov
George Parris; The Carice Singers

LondonStile Antico

Clemens Non Papa, de Lassus, Gombert, Palestrina, Victoria, White, Guerrero, Rore, Vivanco, Ceballos, Praetorius
Stile Antico
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Light & Shadow: Vox Luminis at Cambridge

Vox Luminis © Jozsef Wagner Csapo
A gorgeous evening of supremely confident, and well-executed, Elizabethan choral music from exciting Belgian choir Vox Luminis.
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A poignantly beautiful opening to Valletta's festival

Nederlands Kamerkoor © Valletta International Baroque Festival
Robert White's Lamentations bring a programme of English polyphony to a memorable climax.
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Stile Antico perform The Phoenix Rising to perfection in Cleveland

Stile Antico  ©  Marco Borggreve
The British vocal ensemble Stile Antico made an appearance in Cleveland on Friday evening, 11 October, at the Cathedral of St John the Evangelist, as part of their current American tour to perform a brilliant live rendition of their most recent album The Phoenix Rising.
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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.
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Tallis Scholars weave rich tapestries of polyphony at Richardson Auditorium

©  Eric Richmond
The Tallis Scholars enraptured a sold-out Alexander Hall at Richardson Auditorium in Princeton, living up to the high standards that audiences have set for the world-renowned ensemble. Their wide-ranging repertoire was reflected in Monday’s performance, which offered a mix of traditional pieces by composers such as Palestrina as well as contemporary works.
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