Tagged with: The Sixteen

Here are all our programs tagged with "The Sixteen".

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Palestrina

Program: #18-05, Air Date: 01/22/18

The latest in the great Palestrina series from The Sixteen, the Sistine Chapel Choir, and selections from Monteverdi’s sacred works.

Listener’s Choice, Part IV

Program: #00-13, Air Date: 03/27/00

An English Christmas

Program: #16-52, Air Date: 12/19/16

New seasonal music from The Sixteen, the Choir of Clare College Cambridge, and the Mellstock Band and Choir.

The Sixteen and Italian Masters

Program: #16-40, Air Date: 09/26/16

The great English ensemble begins a new series of recordings of music of Monteverdi, and also looks at Italians who came to the royal court of Poland.

Palestrina & the Sixteen, Part 5

Program: #14-34, Air Date: 08/18/14

Harry Christophers and his ensemble is back with their latest dedicated to the Palestrina, including the mass Iam Christus astra ascenderat ("Now Christ is Ascending”).

The Voice of the Turtle Dove

Program: #14-21, Air Date: 05/19/14

The latest from The Sixteen takes the ensemble back to the beautiful English early Renaissance repertoire.

Victoria’s Requiem

Program: #09-09, Air Date: 02/23/09

Harry Christophers' ensemble The Sixteen gives us the great Requiem of Tomas Luis de Victoria, written upon the death of his beloved patron, Empress Maria.

Victoria, Cabezon, Praetorius

Program: #09-11, Air Date: 03/09/09

Additional works from both the concerts by The Sixteen and the Huelgas Ensemble surround harpsichord virtuoso Diego Ares' tribute to the blind composer and performer Antonio Cabezon (c.1510-1566).

Bartłomiej Pękiel

Program: #13-33, Air Date: 08/12/13

What Else is New?

Program: #13-22, Air Date: 05/27/13

It's been a while since we surveyed recent recordings in the field. This week, music for the 400th anniversary of the death of Gesualdo, funeral services from England, and more!