We are proud to announce that we will be returning to London’s top venues the latter half of this year, including St John’s Smith Square, Kings Place and Wigmore Hall, with a range of choral repertoire from Bernstein, Copland and Elga... continued
Described as “phenomenal” (The Times) and “devastatingly beautiful” (Gramophone Magazine), award-winning choir Tenebrae, under the direction of Nigel Short, is one of the world’s leading vocal ensembles renowned for its passion and precision.Watch Promo Video Photo © Sim Canetty-Clarke
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We are excited to announce that, in order to mark the composer’s 50th birthday and the 100th anniversary of Poland’s independence, we have released an album of choral works by Polish composer... continued
We’re thrilled to announce that over 6 weeks of fundraising, we have raised over double our initial target of £5,000 to reach a total of £10,060 raised towards our Ivor Gurney project. This money will be spent finishing th... continued
The post-Easter season has been somewhat quieter for Tenebrae, following our USA tour and Holy Week residency at St John’s, Smith Square. The Associate Artists have, however, been kept busy with various educational workshops ... continued
They praised the “perfect balance” between the”full trebles” and “superb basses,” labeling the performance as “staggering,” and able to “conjure emotion and eloquence in a stunning and natural way.”
March took Tenebrae to the US for another tour of fabulous concert venues and ecclesiastical spaces. This time round we were performing Joby Talbot’s cho... continued
Well, what a crazy but musically rewarding month March has been. With the USA tour and the Holy Week Festival at St John’s Smith Square taking up much of the month, I’ve found a bit of time post-Easter to reflect on some of... continued
We’re really pleased with how well the 2018 Holy Week Festival went. We had concerts from Ex Cathedra, Temple Church Choir, our own concert of Pärt’s Passio with Aurora Orchestra, a Come and Sing Messiah, Polyphony with the Britten Sinfonia and... continued