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Nigel’s Anniversary Blog: January 2021

19th January 2022

I wonder how I might have reacted if, in 2001, someone had told me that Tenebrae would still exist in 20 years’ time. Not only that, but that we would have made nearly 40 recordings (winning a handful of awards along the way)... continued

HANDEL: MESSIAH

19th November 2021

In our twentieth anniversary season, we celebrated Tenebrae’s sell-out debut at the Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg with a spectacular performance, featuring superstar soloists and the renowned Academy of Ancient Music:

Nigel Short conductor
Gr... continued

Nigel’s Blog: September 2021

6th September 2021

It seems pretty surreal that these last few weeks have been as busy as any we’ve experienced over the last 20 years for Tenebrae. What with all the difficulties of international travel, it makes our list of venues all the more remarkable and ... continued

Sir Roger Gifford

26th May 2021

It is with great sadness that we heard today of the passing of Sir Roger Gifford, Chairman of our Board of Trustees. Our first thoughts and prayers are with Clare and Roger’s family at this time, and to whom on behalf of myself, all our singers past ... continued

2,000 mile challenge!

28th April 2021

We are so pleased to be included among the 16 brilliant charities in the UK Simon at Charity Hikes is raising money for throughout 2021, with his walking challenge. Simon is aiming to raise £1,000 for each charity, by covering an incredible 2,000 miles, walking for 8 months!

Lady Valerie Solti

2nd April 2021

Nigel Short writes:

It is with great sadness that we have learned of Lady Valerie Solti’s passing. Valerie was a most wonderful supporter and Patron of Tenebrae, a close friend of our late co-founder Barbara Pollock, and was with us every step of the... continued

Holy Week Festival 2021

22nd February 2021

A Moment of Stillness from the Heart of the City

Each year, we partner with St. John’s Smith Square to present our annual Holy Week Festival. Showcasing some of the world’s finest ensembles, this week-long programme celebrates the vast range of... continued

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