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  • Meet the players | The Sixteen
    your spare time I cycle If you could Read More Anneke Scott Horn What is your favourite Sixteen anecdote Did Harry plan our Mozart C Read More Alastair Ross Keyboard What where was your debut gig with The Sixteen It was so long Read More Theresa Caudle Violin Cornett What is your favourite Sixteen anecdote Stopping an aeroplane from Read More Huw Daniel Violin What is your favourite Sixteen anecdote Christus collapsing on stage Read More Ellen O Dell Violin What where was your debut gig with The Sixteen I think my first Read More Jean Paterson Violin What do you do to relax in your spare time I read draw walk learn Read More Page 1 of 2 18 records 1 2 Back to The Ensemble Home About The Ensemble Meet the players About The Ensemble Harry Christophers Eamonn Dougan News and Reviews Current Vacancies Contact Us Home About Concerts Education Genesis Sixteen Shop Support The Sixteen Ltd Reg No 1930741 The Sixteen Prods Ltd Reg No 4252277 Registered Office Quadrant House 10 Fleet Street London EC4Y 1AU Follow us on Facebook Read more Twitter Read more Youtube Read more Blogger Read more Contact Us Press Access Keys Sitemap

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  • History | The Sixteen
    Poulenc Figure Humaine and Bach Cantata 147 In October The Sixteen tours Japan for the first time 1991 In May The Sixteen takes part in the world premiere of Sir Harrison Birtwistle s opera Gawain at the Royal Opera House On 13 November The Sixteen films Messiah in Dublin for BBC TV 1992 The Sixteen receives a Gramophone Award for Early Music Recording of the Year for The Rose and the Ostrich Feather Music from the Eton Choirbook The Sixteen also receives the Diapason d Or award for the recording of Texeira s Te Deum The Sixteen also receives the Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik award for the recording of Handel s Alexander s Feast In April The Sixteen tours Australia for the first time 1993 The Sixteen receives the Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik for the recording of Britten s Ceremony of Carols In November and December The Sixteen tours the USA for the first time 1994 On 16 November The Sixteen makes its debut at the Mann Auditorium Tel Aviv in a semi staged performance of Purcell s Fairy Queen 1995 The Sixteen receives the Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik for A la Gloire de Dieu a recording of Stravinsky and Poulenc On 24 October The Sixteen makes its debut at the Macau Festival 1996 The Sixteen receives the Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik for the Frank Martin recording 1997 In July The Sixteen makes its Istanbul Festival debut 1998 The Sixteen makes its debut at the Teatro São Carlos Lisbon with Monteverdi Il ritorno d Ulisse in patria On 1 December The Sixteen makes its debut at the Musikverein Vienna 1999 On 30 March The Sixteen makes its Bridgewater Hall debut with the BBC Philharmonic Late 1990s The idea for the group s annual Choral Pilgrimage is hatched by Anthony Smith then president of Magdalen College and chairman of The Sixteen s Development Board and colleagues 2000 The Sixteen initiates the Millenium project The Choral Pilgrimage taking Renaissance music to up to twenty cathedrals and churches around the UK Now an annual event it remains a unique tour of its kind in Britain On 10 December The Sixteen sings its 100th performance of Handel s Messiah at Miyahaki Arts Centre Japan On 15 December The Sixteen makes its Tokyo Opera City debut 2001 CORO The Sixteen s record label is launched 2002 The Sixteen becomes The Voices of Classic FM The Sixteen commissions O Bone Jesu from James MacMillan 2003 In August The Sixteen makes its debut with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields 2004 CORO supplies all major digital platforms from iTunes MSN to specialists This year is The Sixteen s inaugural year at the Handel in Oxford Festival 2005 The Sixteen tours nine cities in the US performing in the New York Lincoln Center and continuing across the country as far as Los Angeles This year The Sixteen makes its first of four recordings for Universal Classics The Victoria Requiem CORO recording is nominated for a Midem

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  • History | The Sixteen
    Poulenc Figure Humaine and Bach Cantata 147 In October The Sixteen tours Japan for the first time 1991 In May The Sixteen takes part in the world premiere of Sir Harrison Birtwistle s opera Gawain at the Royal Opera House On 13 November The Sixteen films Messiah in Dublin for BBC TV 1992 The Sixteen receives a Gramophone Award for Early Music Recording of the Year for The Rose and the Ostrich Feather Music from the Eton Choirbook The Sixteen also receives the Diapason d Or award for the recording of Texeira s Te Deum The Sixteen also receives the Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik award for the recording of Handel s Alexander s Feast In April The Sixteen tours Australia for the first time 1993 The Sixteen receives the Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik for the recording of Britten s Ceremony of Carols In November and December The Sixteen tours the USA for the first time 1994 On 16 November The Sixteen makes its debut at the Mann Auditorium Tel Aviv in a semi staged performance of Purcell s Fairy Queen 1995 The Sixteen receives the Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik for A la Gloire de Dieu a recording of Stravinsky and Poulenc On 24 October The Sixteen makes its debut at the Macau Festival 1996 The Sixteen receives the Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik for the Frank Martin recording 1997 In July The Sixteen makes its Istanbul Festival debut 1998 The Sixteen makes its debut at the Teatro São Carlos Lisbon with Monteverdi Il ritorno d Ulisse in patria On 1 December The Sixteen makes its debut at the Musikverein Vienna 1999 On 30 March The Sixteen makes its Bridgewater Hall debut with the BBC Philharmonic Late 1990s The idea for the group s annual Choral Pilgrimage is hatched by Anthony Smith then president of Magdalen College and chairman of The Sixteen s Development Board and colleagues 2000 The Sixteen initiates the Millenium project The Choral Pilgrimage taking Renaissance music to up to twenty cathedrals and churches around the UK Now an annual event it remains a unique tour of its kind in Britain On 10 December The Sixteen sings its 100th performance of Handel s Messiah at Miyahaki Arts Centre Japan On 15 December The Sixteen makes its Tokyo Opera City debut 2001 CORO The Sixteen s record label is launched 2002 The Sixteen becomes The Voices of Classic FM The Sixteen commissions O Bone Jesu from James MacMillan 2003 In August The Sixteen makes its debut with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields 2004 CORO supplies all major digital platforms from iTunes MSN to specialists This year is The Sixteen s inaugural year at the Handel in Oxford Festival 2005 The Sixteen tours nine cities in the US performing in the New York Lincoln Center and continuing across the country as far as Los Angeles This year The Sixteen makes its first of four recordings for Universal Classics The Victoria Requiem CORO recording is nominated for a Midem

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  • Gallery | The Sixteen
    2009 Video A year with The Sixteen The Choral Pilgrimage 2014 Monteverdi Vespers of 1610 Tour A new version of Allegri s Miserere 2013 Back to The Ensemble Home About The Ensemble Gallery About The Ensemble Harry Christophers Eamonn Dougan News and Reviews Current Vacancies Contact Us Home About Concerts Education Genesis Sixteen Shop Support The Sixteen Ltd Reg No 1930741 The Sixteen Prods Ltd Reg No 4252277 Registered Office

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  • Biography | The Sixteen
    highly successful BBC television series Sacred Music presented by actor Simon Russell Beale the latest hour long programme was aired in December 2011 to mark the 400th anniversary of the death of the Spanish composer Tomás Luis de Victoria Harry Christophers is the Artistic Director of Boston s Handel and Haydn Society H H Since his appointment in 2009 Christophers has led the chorus and period ensemble through a series of ambitious projects in the build up to the organisation s 2015 Bicentennial with a showcase of works premiered in the US by H H since 1815 broad education programming and the release of a series of recordings on the CORO label He is Principal Guest Conductor of the Granada Symphony Orchestra and regularly appears with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields Harry Christophers has been Artistic Director of Boston s Handel and Haydn Society since 2008 and will continue in this role until at least 2015 He is Principal Guest Conductor of the Granada Symphony Orchestra and regularly appears with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields As well as performing on the concert stage Harry Christophers continues to lend his artistic direction to opera In 2006 Mozart s anniversary year he conducted Mozart s Mitridate for the Granada Festival and after his outstanding success at Buxton Opera in past seasons he returned in 2012 to conduct Handel s Jephtha Previous opera productions include Mozart s Die Zauberflöte and Purcell s King Arthur for Lisbon Opera Monteverdi s The Coronation of Poppea Handel s Ariodante and Gluck s Orfeo for English National Opera and the UK premiere of Messager s Fortunio for Grange Park Opera Harry Christophers received a CBE in the Queen s 2012 Birthday Honours List He is an Honorary Fellow of Magdalen College

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  • Gallery | The Sixteen
    out how you can make a difference to the future of the choir Read More Home About Concerts Education Genesis Sixteen Shop Support The Sixteen Ltd Reg No 1930741 The Sixteen Prods Ltd Reg No 4252277 Registered Office Quadrant House 10 Fleet Street London EC4Y 1AU Follow us on Facebook Read more Twitter Read more Youtube Read more Blogger Read more Contact Us Press Access Keys Sitemap Cookies January 2016

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  • Music Action International | The Sixteen
    using music as a way of improving mental emotional health and building trust through creative expression in physically and emotionally safe environments Song writing with Torture Survivors is a project to create an original song cycle in partnership with Freedom from Torture The Sidney de Haan Research Centre Ear to the Ground and The Imperial War Museum North Singing without Borders is the charity s song sharing project with refugees asylum seekers and local people in the UK for improving health learning English and providing a vital support network Music Bus reaches young people in Srebrenica Bosnia Herzegovina and the Middle East connecting with children globally via the internet and providing training in non violent communication Mitrovica Rock School is Music Action International revolutionary project encouraging positive change in young people in the divided city of Mitrovica Kosovo To support the work of Music Action International or to find out how you can get involved visit the website or call 07752 505269 Registered charity in England and Wales no 1136295 Back to Harry Christophers Home About Harry Christophers Music Action International About The Ensemble Harry Christophers Eamonn Dougan News and Reviews Current Vacancies Contact Us Home About Concerts Education Genesis

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  • Stabat Mater: Spirit, Strength and Sorrow | UK | The Sixteen
    including Vivaldi Haydn Poulenc Verdi Arvo Pärt and Dvořák and interpretations ranging from jazz to baroque to choral and dance versions The Genesis Foundation has commissioned three new pieces from composers from three different countries Estonia Russia and England mentored by James MacMillan These new works will receive their Scottish premiere in the concert performed along with MacMillan s Miserere and works by the Renaissance composer John Sheppard Concert programme Sheppard Libera nos I verse Benedicamus patrem Libera nos II Tõnu Kõrvits Stabat mater Sheppard In manus tuas I Matthew Martin Stabat mater Alissa Firsova Stabat mater Sheppard In manus tuas II Sheppard In pace Sheppard In manus tuas III James MacMillan Miserere In addition to this concert four members of The Sixteen will perform alongside Elizabeth Kenny Nicola Benedetti and Pure Brass in the fesitval finale on Sunday 5 October More details can be found here B OOKING INFORMATION Tickets 16 Box Office 01563 554900 www thecumnocktryst com Back to UK Home Concerts UK Stabat Mater Spirit Strength and Sorrow Concerts Dixit Dominus Handel s Dixit Dominus The Choral Pilgrimage 2016 London UK International Concert Calendar Home About Concerts Education Genesis Sixteen Shop Support The Sixteen Ltd Reg No

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