Supported by generous help from the Turnovsky Endowment Trust

Superb performance of Renaissance Easter music by Tudor Consort

This Lenten programme for Holy Week offered some acknowledged treasures of Renaissance a cappella choral music, with the opening item being the first lesson for Good Friday from the five voice setting of Lassus’ Lamentations. It was a beautifully controlled, contemplative interpretation which established an atmosphere of deep lament, and it was given a breadth of tempo that enabled the cadences to resolve clearly in the echoing acoustic of St... read more

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