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Composer: Victoria, Tomás Luis de (1548-1611)

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Year of birth1548
Year of death1611
April 2019
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LondonLiturgical Event III

Liturgical Event III
Victoria: Tenebrae Responses for Holy Saturday
Nigel Short; Tenebrae

LondonTenebrae & Britten Sinfonia

Tenebrae & Britten Sinfonia
Poulenc, Victoria, MacMillan
Britten Sinfonia; Nigel Short; Tenebrae

LondonThe Choir of Clare College, Cambridge

The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge
Viadana, Sanders, Croce, Gibbons, Tallis, Wesley, Howells, MacMillan, Byrd, Victoria, Lobo, Williams, Harvey, Finzi
Graham Ross; Choir of Clare College Cambridge; Eleanor Carter; Ashley Chow

LondonAllegri Miserere by Candlelight

Allegri Miserere by Candlelight
Allegri, Victoria, MacMillan
Andrew Earis; St Martin's Voices

LondonLeonardo da Vinci: Shaping the invisible

Tallis, Howells, Rore, Monteverdi, Bach, des Prez, Janequin, Victoria, Rubbra, Vecchi, Daniel-Lesur, Williams
Robert Hollingworth; I Fagiolini
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Chanticleer in Dublin

From madrigals to modern music Chanticleer impressed with sumptuous singing in all the genres, in their National Concert Hall recital in Dublin.
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Cardinall's Musick and the angels

An interesting programme which brings together music inspired by angels from Palestrina to Tippett, sung in the gorgeous surroundings of St John's, Smith Square.
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The Hilliard Ensemble's fortieth birthday

The Hilliard Ensemble celebrated their fortieth birthday at the Spitalfields Music Winter Festival, at St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch.
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New York Polyphony in Dallas

New York Polyphony brought Dallas residents a refreshing interlude to the post-Thanksgiving consumerist madness, with a recital of Christmas music old and new.
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Nonsuch Singers evoke stars and light at St James's Church, Piccadilly

On Saturday at St James’s Church, the Nonsuch Singers presented a captivating programme titled “To the Field of Stars”. It was a compelling mix of recent and old music, predominantly works by living composers and composers from the 16th century. It culminated in the première of Gabriel Jackson’s newly commissioned work To the Field of Stars.
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