Past events in this series

The Tallis Scholars

Wednesday 19 October 2016, 7.30pm

The Tallis Scholars

Western Wynde, when wyll thou blow?

An all-English programme of Renaissance masterpieces featuring some very famous music by Tallis and Taverner, while showcasing a tour-de-force from the Eton Choirbook by Richard...

Choir of St John's College, Cambridge

Monday 12 December 2016, 7.30pm

Choir of St John's College, Cambridge

The world-renowned Choir presents music for Christmas including Poston’s spellbinding 'Jesus Christ, the Apple Tree', John Gardner’s exuberant setting of 'Tomorrow shall be my...

The Sixteen

Tuesday 20 December - Wednesday 21 December 2016

The Sixteen

The Three Kings

A varied and diverse Christmas programme, including well-loved traditional carols and early music, including Palestrina and Lassus, and lesser-known modern pieces such as James...

Ensemble Plus Ultra

Wednesday 15 February 2017, 7.30pm

Ensemble Plus Ultra

The Food of Love – Song of Songs

The award-winning vocal ensemble gives a rare London performance with a selection of ‘Song of Songs’ settings by Victoria, Palestrina and Lassus - alongside readings of...

Nederlands Kamerkoor

Wednesday 8 March 2017, 7.30pm

Nederlands Kamerkoor

Sacred and Profane

Our Choral at Cadogan series continues with this outstanding choir performing Britten's beautiful Sacred and Profane and Berio's Cries of London alongside works by Lars Johan...

Ex Cathedra - In a Strange Land

Wednesday 26 April 2017, 7.30pm

Ex Cathedra - In a Strange Land

Choral at Cadogan 2016-17

This award-winning choir performs gems by Byrd, Gesualdo, Lobo, Tallis and Victoria, and rhythmically-arresting Latin American Baroque music, full of evocative, indigenous imagery.

The Tallis Scholars

Wednesday 17 May 2017, 7.30pm

The Tallis Scholars

A Spanish Renaissance

The internationally acclaimed choir performs music by three of the greatest names from the Renaissance: Morales, Victoria and Lobo, including a beautiful mass setting by Morales,...

Choral at Cadogan 2016‑17

Now in its ninth season, our series continues to present some of the leading names in choral singing today, welcoming both familiar and new faces to Cadogan Hall.

St John’s College Choir makes a welcome return in December with an uplifting festive programme guaranteed to draw you in to the spirit of the season followed later in the month by The Sixteen with their Christmas programme.

We welcome Ensemble Plus Ultra for its Cadogan Hall debut. Renowned for their zesty, innovative performances, they perform a selection of songs alongside Shakespeare sonnets in a celebration of love.

We are thrilled that the Nederlands Kamerkoor is able to join us this year in a rare trip to the UK, so don’t miss this opportunity to hear them in a wonderful programme exploring the relationship between the heavenly and the human with Britten’s strikingly beautiful Sacred and Profane as its cornerstone. Ex Cathedra also focuses on heaven and earth with music of religious conflict and discovery, including Byrd’s exquisite Mass for four voices.

As always, The Tallis Scholars open and close the series with two contrasting programmes. The first a celebration of English polyphony including Tallis’ famous Lamentations. The second explores the beauty and complexity of the early Spanish renaissance featuring a 6-voice mass setting by Morales.

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