Stile Antico

Stile Antico’s last performance for Early Music Vancouver was “an evening of near perfection”, according to the Vancouver Sun. This spring, the ensemble returns with a rich and varied journey through the most outstanding music of the Renaissance.

Representing 15 different composers, this program will span styles from Tudor England to the polychoral splendor of Tallis and Byrd. At the heart of the performance is John McCabe’s Woefully arrayed, a tour-de-force of choral textures written especially for Stile Antico.

Stile Antico: The Passion of the Renaissance
Date: April 12, 8 pm
Venue: Chan Centre for the Performing Arts at UBC, 6265 Crescent Road, Vancouver
Tickets: $63, $48, $32 (students & seniors $3 discount), including HST; available at the Chan Centre ticket office, via Ticketmaster online, or by phone (1-855-985-ARTS)

Note: Rush seats for students with valid ID on sale for $10 (at the door only), starting at 7 pm on the evening of the concert.

Stile Antico: The Passion of the Renaissance is part of Early Music Vancouver’s “Bring a Youth for Free” programme. For more information, please visit Early Music Vancouver’s Stile Antico concert event online.

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