Links: Alamire, Nicholas Mulroy, Helmut Rilling, and Le Poeme Harmonique

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March
2011

Early music links of note. (Click on the news organization to read more.)

  • Centuries of change (Gramophone): The British vocal ensemble Alamire (David Skinner, dir.) begins a ten-year project to record three centuries worth of early English choral music.
  • Mulroy’s Mass appeal (Jerusalem Post): British tenor Nicolas Mulroy returns to Israel for a performance of J.S. Bach’s B-minor mass with the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra.
  • Rilling picks up Karajan music prize (Oregon Music News): Distinguished German conductor Helmut Rilling receives the Herbert von Karajan Music Prize.
  • Poeme Harmonique brings Baroque era to İstanbul (Today’s Zaman): The award-wining French ensemble Le Poème Harmonique performs in Turkey.

Le Poème Harmonique (photo: courtesy of the ensemble)

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