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The Tutors of the Workshop

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Peter Phillips

Peter Phillips has made an impressive if unusual reputation for himself in dedicating his life's work to the research and performance of Renaissance sacred music. Having won a scholarship to Oxford in 1972, Peter Phillips studied Renaissance music with David Wulstan and Denis Arnold, and gained experience in conducting small vocal ensembles, already experimenting with the rarer parts of the repertoire. Besides his work with The Tallis Scholars, Peter Phillips has for many years contributed a regular column (as well as a cricket column) to The Spectator. In 1995 he became the Advisory Editor of The Musical Times, the oldest continuously published music journal in Europe. His first book English Sacred Music 1549 - 1649, a unique and encyclopaedic account of the history of English-texted sacred music written during the golden period between the Reformation and the Commonwealth, has been published by Gimell. His interest in the Renaissance extends beyond the music to fine art and he is currently working on an account of the cultural background of the period. He continues to work with groups around the world. In 1997 he visited Japan as the adjudicator of a choral festival in Tokyo and has also worked in Italy and the USA with groups specialising in the polyphonic repertoire. Peter Phillips has made numerous television and radio broadcasts. Besides those featuring The Tallis Scholars (which include live broadcasts from the 1988 Proms. the Aldeburgh Festival, the Bath Festival and the Cheltenham Festival), he has appeared several times on Radio 3's Music Weekly and on the BBC World Service, on Kaleidoscope (Radio 4), on Today (Radio 4) and on European, Canadian and North American radio. In December 1990 Peter Phillips, The Tallis Scholars and Gimell Records were the subject of a major South Bank Show television documentary in which the viewer is taken on a personal odyssey through the sacred Renaissance repertoire.

 

Ghislaine Morgan

Ghislaine Morgan is in much demand as a singer, singing teacher, adjudicator and lecturer. She has performed throughout Europe, India, Japan and the USA and has recorded for the Arte Nova, Decca, EMI, Gimell, Naxos, Richmond, and Regent labels. Originally a pianist and violinist, she went on to read music at Oxford where she majored in vocal performance. There followed four years as a classroom teacher, before training as a singer at the Royal College of Music, where she was awarded the Sacher Scholarship. "An exquisite soprano" ..... the  recital was "lifted into ecstasy" (Musical Times). Ghislaine has worked regularly with many reknowned groups such as The Monteverdi Choir, The Tallis Scholars, The Sixteen, The King's Consort, and The Richard Hickox Singers amongst others. Opera work includes chorus work with the The Aix-en Provence Festival Opera, The Bath Festival Opera and Opera de Lyon. She sang for 17 years with the choir of St. Brides Church, Fleet Street, her recording of Mozart's Laudate Dominum receiving special mention in the Gramophone. Her career has encompassed a wide range of musical styles. Solo engagements include a concert tour of South Africa singing Das Knaben Wunderhorn; recording the title role of Handel's Deborah for German radio; Finzi's Dies Natalis; Canteloube's Songs of the Auvergne; and work for the Mathieson Music School, Calcutta, 2nd International Festival, Tel Aviv Festival for Vocal music, Sligo Festival of Baroque Music and Ballet Du Nord. Ghislaine's educational work is inspired by a passion for encouraging others to be expressive with confidence, and a desire to demystify vocal technique so that it can be both fun and simple to learn. She has a private practice in London and also teaches at Cambridge University and Dulwich College, from where she trains trebles for English National Opera, Glyndebourne Festival Opera and the Royal Opera House. She has directed workshops in Britain, Holland, Iceland, India, Italy, Portugal and Spain and is on the faculty of the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain and the Rimini International Choral Workshop. Ghislaine is the Founder-Director of the Sintra International Singing and Choral Conducting Course.

 

Andrea Angelini

Born in Bologna, Italy, Andrea Angelini began his piano studies as a child, at the Rimini Lettimi School. He later earned a Bachelor of Music at Ferrara's Frescobaldi Conservatory. Particularly interested in piano pedagogy, he studied with Rita Ferri and Alexander Lonquich. After earning a Master in Choral Conducting he studied music therapy with Professor Cremaschi of Milan University. His interests led him to the choral field, and he earned a Bachelor studying Liturgical Music at Modena and at the International Art Academy in Rome with Fulvio Angius. He also studied organ at Pesaro's Conservatory of Music. He is the Artistic Director and Conductor of the professional group Musica Ficta Vocal Ensemblewww.ensemble.musicaficta.org that frequently performs in important Festivals in Italy and abroad. For many years, Andrea Angelini has conducted concerts with the choir Carla Amori, in Italy and abroad. He has also worked with the Cattolica City Choir and theCesena Lyric Choir. He was named Director of the Rimini Cathedral Choir, Alessandro Grandi. He led this choir in several performances, including in important venues such as St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome - where he was able to personally meet Pope John Paul II - and in Milan’s Cathedral. He has also conducted the Lithuanian Jauna Muzika Choir, the Latvian Ave Sol and the Tudor Consort from New Zealand. Mr. Angelini is the Artistic Director of the International FestivalVoices from America and the Sound of the Organ held annually in Rimini each spring. He is also the Artistic Director and member of the Jury of the international organ competition, Marcello Galanti. Moreover he has been member of the Jury of two important Organ Competitions in Moscow, the Kitka Organ Competition and theTariverdev Organ Competition. He has been member of the Jury at many International Choir’s Competitions. He frequently leads choral workshops in Italy and abroad. He is the artistic director and one of the tutors at the Rimini International Choral Workshop, where he teaches with Peter Phillips of the Tallis Scholars,www.musicaficta.org/welcome.html. Mr. Angelini is also the artistic director of the Rimini International Choral Competition,www.riminichoral.it. He taught music theory, music history and piano at the State School of Music of the Republic of San Marino. His professional memberships include the Artistic Committee of AERCO (Regional Association of Choirs), FENIARCO (National Italian Federation of Regional Choral Associations), ABCD (British Association of Choral Directors) and RCO (The Royal College of Organists). He is a regular reviewer for the press. He is the Chief Editor of FARCORO, the Choral Magazine of the Regional Choir Association and of the International Choral Bulletin (ICB), the membership magazine of the IFCM (International Federation for Choral Music). He has written numerous transcriptions and arrangements for choirs and chamber ensembles, including a monumental transcription of Antonio Vivaldi's Gloria in D RV589, for choir, soloists, and organ (with the organ part being quite suited to the instrument). His transcription of Faure's Requiem is published byGelber Hund Verlag of Berlin, who are also publishers of a book of repertoire for organ and violin, edited by Mr. Angelini. For the American CanticaNOVA Publication, he has prepared transcriptions of important Renaissance Motets.

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Spem in alium - Peter Phillips & The Tallis Scholars 's Free Videos and Lyrics. A kind of music sloud.

Spem in alium - Peter Phillips & The Tallis Scholars 's Free Videos and Lyrics. A kind of music sloud. | Rimini International Choral Workshop with PETER PHILLIPS | Scoop.it
Spem in alium - Peter Phillips & The Tallis Scholars 's Free Videos and Lyrics. A kind of music sloud.
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Winners of NCEM 2012 Composers Award announced - Gramophone

Winners of NCEM 2012 Composers Award announced - Gramophone | Rimini International Choral Workshop with PETER PHILLIPS | Scoop.it
GramophoneWinners of NCEM 2012 Composers Award announcedGramophoneThe National Centre for Early Music has announced the winners of its NCEM Composers Award 2012 in association with BBC Radio 3 and The Tallis Scholars.
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Visit the new Tallis Scholars website « Peter Phillips on things ...

Visit the new Tallis Scholars website « Peter Phillips on things ... | Rimini International Choral Workshop with PETER PHILLIPS | Scoop.it
Our new website went live today – 1st February 2012 – and can be found at www.thetallisscholars.co.uk. It has all manner of exciting features, trendy redesigns, captivating photos, and much more reliable concert details than ...
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Dr. Alexander Bonus discusses the Tallis Scholars' Duke Chapel ...

Dr. Alexander Bonus discusses the Tallis Scholars' Duke Chapel ... | Rimini International Choral Workshop with PETER PHILLIPS | Scoop.it
But in a live performance, however unlikely it might seem, the Tallis Scholars can surpass even the best of their albums. This has much to do with the ensemble's sound concept, which founder and director Peter Phillips has ...
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Rimini Int. Choral Workshop 2012

Rimini Int. Choral Workshop 2012 | Rimini International Choral Workshop with PETER PHILLIPS | Scoop.it
A workshop especially dedicated to exploring renaissance choral music and to developing a performance style appropriate to it. ... Morgan, Singer, The Tallis Scholars Andrea Angelini, Director, Musica Ficta Ensemble ...
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Spem In Alium (40-Part Motet) - The Tallis Scholars & Peter Phillips

Spem In Alium (40-Part Motet) - The Tallis Scholars & Peter Phillips | Rimini International Choral Workshop with PETER PHILLIPS | Scoop.it
Genre: Classical Price: $0.99 Release Date: September 26, 2010 © 2010 Gimell Spem In Alium (40-Part Motet) - The Tallis Scholars & Peter Phillips (iTunes #music_classical #25 song: Spem In Alium (40-Part Motet) - The Tallis Scholars & Peter Phillips...
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William Byrd's Ave Verum Corpus - The Pittsford Perennialist

William Byrd's Ave Verum Corpus - The Pittsford Perennialist | Rimini International Choral Workshop with PETER PHILLIPS | Scoop.it
William Byrd's Ave Verum Corpus Sung by The Tallis Scholars, Directed by Peter Phillips. Today is the Feast of Corpus Christi, with a reminder that "the accentuation placed on the celebration of the Eucharist acted to the ...
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Tallis Scholars: at the cutting edge of discovery - Telegraph.co.uk

Tallis Scholars: at the cutting edge of discovery - Telegraph.co.uk | Rimini International Choral Workshop with PETER PHILLIPS | Scoop.it
Telegraph.co.ukTallis Scholars: at the cutting edge of discoveryTelegraph.co.ukSomeone who's performed this uncanny feat many times is the choral conductor Peter Phillips.
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Durham University music student wins national composer ...

Durham University music student wins national composer ... | Rimini International Choral Workshop with PETER PHILLIPS | Scoop.it
Ben, who hails from Hexham in Northumberland, said: "I am absolutely delighted and really very flattered that Peter Phillips and The Tallis Scholars will perform my music. "I would like to thank the Abor Singers and ...
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St. Bart's Presents World-Renowned The Tallis Scholars in Concert ...

St. Bart's Presents World-Renowned The Tallis Scholars in Concert ... | Rimini International Choral Workshop with PETER PHILLIPS | Scoop.it
Directed by Peter Phillips, who founded the ensemble nearly 40 years ago, The Tallis Scholars have been called the “rock stars of Renaissance vocal music” by The New York Times and are the leading exponents of ...
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KC Stage blog: Tallis Scholars director Peter Phillips interview by ...

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Tallis Scholars director Peter Phillips interview by Aarik Danielsen. One of choral music's leading lights will visit Columbia this week, offering students and listeners an unprecedented opportunity to engage with a figure who ...
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Path — Melissa Cronin

Path — Melissa Cronin | Rimini International Choral Workshop with PETER PHILLIPS | Scoop.it
Spem In Alium (40-part Motet) by Peter Phillips & The Tallis Scholars — http://t.co/AY6GmvUi...
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