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
Here we are at the last stop of the tour – Princeton. Our visit here began with an evening workshop on the 4th movement of Path of Miracles with the Princeton Glee Club – the stunning choir now run by Ga... continued
Our day in Ann Arbor, MI got off to a good start with a lie-in and, for me, a swim and the treat of going back to bed to catch up with some admin. Others took the opportunity to use the gym, or go out to the mall, or make the habitual ... continued
Jet lag is a hazard of the job on these tours! That combined with a couple of early starts, losing an hour to daylight saving and a certain amount of distrust that my alarm would go off at the right time made for a rather broken night of sle... continued
As many will know, the UK has a fantastic tradition of singing as boy and girl choristers in the churches and cathedrals up and down the country, a privilege that a number of Tenebrae were lucky enough to experience as youngsters. One of my fondes... continued
Hoping all our supporters and friends have enjoyed a happy and relaxing Christmas and managed to listen to at least one of our three Christmas recordings!
Having had our busiest year to date with over 60 concerts, Tenebrae started 2018 on an artistic h... continued
So we have survived our busiest September in 15 years and can now enjoy a relaxing October. Oh, hang about, we’re off to Australia for two performances of Path of Miracles in Melbourne. At my age the thought of being stuck in a plane seat for... continued
Countertenor Mark Chambers reflects on the history of Joby Talbot’s Path of Miracles.
“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” Plato
The ability of a piece of music, a... continued