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Chapelle du Roi

Chapelle du Roi

Chapelle du Roi


Chapelle du Roi is one of England's finest early music vocal ensembles. Founded in 1994 by Alistair Dixon, then a Gentleman-in-Ordinary at the Chapel Royal, Chapelle du Roi has made highly acclaimed appearances at the York Early Music Festival in July 1997, the Utrecht Early Music Festival in 1998, 1999 and 2000, and at many other festivals across the UK and Europe. Chapelle du Roi comprises 8 of London's most exciting young singers, and is noted for its engaging stage presence in live performance. Read more on Last.fm
Chapelle du Roi is one of England's finest early music vocal ensembles. Founded in 1994 by Alistair Dixon, then a Gentleman-in-Ordinary at the Chapel Royal, Chapelle du Roi has made highly acclaimed appearances at the York Early Music Festival in July 1997, the Utrecht Early Music Festival in 1998, 1999 and 2000, and at many other festivals across the UK and Europe. Chapelle du Roi comprises 8 of London's most exciting young singers, and is noted for its engaging stage presence in live performance. Specialising in the performance of sacred music from the European Renaissance, the ensemble has two aims in its programming; to unearth music that has languished unseen and unheard on library shelves and is deserving of greater prominence, and to help re-establish Renaissance music as repertoire that can be enjoyed by everybody. Chapelle du Roi is currently recording the complete works of Thomas Tallis for Signum Records.

Of a projected series of nine discs, five have been released, three are awaiting release and the remaining disc will be recorded in early 2003. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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