Following their triumphant appearance in 2013, this October The Tallis Scholars return to perform a sublime program of Renaissance masters alongside works from the world’s greatest living composers of sacred choral music.
For over 40 years, British early music vocal ensemble The Tallis Scholars have established themselves as the world’s leading exponents of Renaissance sacred music, creating a sound of astonishing beauty and blend.
Led by director Peter Phillips, the program will feature the music of Tallis through to Arvo Pärt, the most performed living composer in the world, and conclude with the largest and grandest work of all – the 40-part Spem in alium, with The Tallis Scholars joined by members of the QPAC Choir.
Don’t miss these "rock stars of Renaissance vocal music" when they return to QPAC for one night only.
Philips Cecilia virgo
Tallis Suscipe quaeso
Tallis Lamentations I
Pärt Which was the Son of ...
Muhly Recordare, Domine (set of Lamentations) Australian Premiere
Tavener As one who has slept
Clemens Ego flos campi
Crecquillon Andreas Christi famulus
Tallis Spem in alium (with members of the QPAC Choir - Choirmaster Tim Sherlock)
"The rock stars of Renaissance vocal music" The New York Times
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