Concerto delle Donne
The sound of three sopranos - unique, brilliant and sensuous, captivating the ear and moving the heart today as it did in the courts and churches of Europe in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries.
The official launch of the CD was in St John's Smith Square, Thursday 16th February 2006 at 7.30pm
Followed by performances in
Gower Festival, Saturday 14th July 2007 With the ladies of Swansea Bach Choir
The group was launched with this programme, which we sang in the Göttingen Festival in 1997
Our next performance is
This was a new venture for us, breaking away from our 17th and 18th century repertoire.
We sang this programme in Douai Abbey on Saturday 1st September 2012
St Michael's Church, Framlingham, Saturday 31st August 2013
With plainsong arranged by Guillaume-Gabriel Nivers
Queen's College, Oxford, Wednesday 6th February 2013
Music by Charpentier, Guerrero, J S Bach, the original versions of Silent Night and Three Kings of Orient, and a specially-written carol, Song of the Nuns of Chester, by Andrew M Wilson
Website by Simon Chadwick