Events in this series

The Tallis Scholars 1

Tuesday 2 October 2018, 7.30pm

The Tallis Scholars 1

From the Eton Choirbook to Tallis and Sheppard

One of the glories of English sacred music is the repertoire contained in the Eton Choirbook. This music is rarely performed – its highly ornate style tends to frighten choirs...

Voices New Zealand

Monday 29 October 2018, 7.30pm

Voices New Zealand

Voices of Aotearoa

With its distinct antipodean sound, Voices New Zealand come to Choral at Cadogan as part of their 20th anniversary tour to Europe. In this unique concert, sound worlds from...

The Choir of St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle

Monday 3 December 2018, 7.30pm

The Choir of St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle

From the dramatic and impassioned opening processional, Laudes Regiae, to the emotionally charged Bogoróditse Djévo, this beautifully put together programme celebrates Advent...

The Sixteen

Monday 17 December - Tuesday 18 December 2018

The Sixteen

The Little Child

The Sixteen’s 2018 Christmas programme includes a feast of carols and seasonal choral music. Favourite traditional versions, stunningly beautiful Tudor and Renaissance works and...

The Gesualdo Six

Thursday 7 March 2019, 7.30pm

The Gesualdo Six

Passion and Polyphony

Exploring a relationship between old and new, sacred and secular, our programme juxtaposes Tallis with Talbot and Tormis in an exhibition of some of the finest consort works from...

VOCES8

Thursday 4 April 2019, 7.30pm

VOCES8

Sing Joyfully

VOCES8 is delighted to present Sing Joyfully, a programme that celebrates the joy and beauty of voices in harmony. With music from the Renaissance to Jazz and Pop, this concert...

The Tallis Scholars 2

Wednesday 15 May 2019, 7.30pm

The Tallis Scholars 2

Works by Tavener and Rachmaninov, including the latter's great set of Vespers.

Choral at Cadogan 2018-19

Choral at Cadogan celebrates some of the finest choral ensembles from around the world. This season is no different, with repertoire spanning the renaissance to the present day, and concluding with a very rare opportunity to hear The Tallis Scholars sing the most romantic music there is – Rachmaninov’s Vespers.

Among the highlights are Voices New Zealand, who celebrate their 20th anniversary. They bring with them a unique view of native and European music, skilfully mixing old and new, local and distant.

Also joining us for the first time this year are the Choir of St George’s Chapel, Windsor, who will be ending a busy year at the Chapel where there will be not one, but two Royal weddings. Their thoughtful advent programme makes a great start to the festive season.

Another series debut will come from The Gesualdo Six, led by the dynamic conductor and composer, Owain Park. This male voice a cappella ensemble, known for their high quality programming, leapt onto the world stage in 2014. Their debut recording, released in January 2018 to great critical acclaim, was described as ‘spellbinding’ by the Telegraph.

VOCES8 need little introduction to those familiar with the choral world. We are thrilled they can join us this year. They present one of their typically feisty programmes – an all-round delight.

And then The Tallis Scholars will present two special programmes of their own. First, a concert which showcases the dazzling music of the Eton Choirbook, followed as promised, at the end of the season, by Rachmaninov’s Vespers. There is nothing else quite like it.

As always, I look forward to welcoming you to our series.

Peter Phillips, Artistic Director

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