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Cantabile - The London Quartet
Cantabile have been delighting audiences since 1982 with their amazing range of programmes. From a cappella favourites to the sacred music of the last millennium they are outstanding in both Comedy and the Classics.

They are supported by thirteen solo albums, over 2,000 live performances and more than 200 TV appearances worldwide. Musicals in London's West End, Galas aboard Queen Elizabeth 2, Concerts in New York's Carnegie Hall, Opera in the Covent Garden Festival, Jazz with the BBC Big Band, Classical Parodies in front of 40,000 people at the BBC Proms in the Park or customised Cabarets for corporate clients - the Cantabile experience draws gasps of admiration wherever it goes.



The early music ensemble Gallicantus was born within the ranks of the Tenebrae Choir, when six of the choir’s regulars, each with a wealth of experience in the world of consort singing, decided to form a separate group dedicated to renaissance music. Literally meaning Rooster Song or cock crow, Gallicantusis a word from monastic antiquity for the office held just before the dawn. It evokes the renewal of life offered by the coming day. Directed by Gabriel Crouch, the group is bound by a shared love of communicating text, and is committed to creating performances which draw out unifying themes within apparently diverse repertoire: To this end they are as meticulous about providing context and insight for audiences as they are about crafting interpretations of the music they love.



Grace Davidson, soprano
Having been greatly in demand as a consort singer with all the UK’s leading ensembles, including The English Concert,The Gabrieli Consort, The Monteverdi Choir, Ex Cathedra, Alamire, The Tallis Scholars, i Fagiolini, Tenebrae, The BBC Singers and ensemble plus ultra, Grace is now becoming a popular soloist, specialising in the Renaissance and Baroque periods. Grace has recorded Handel’s Dixit Dominus for Harry Christophers on the Coro label, appears regularly with the saxophonist Christian Forshaw and features on his albums Renouncement and Midwinter. Grace is also the soprano soloist on Eric Whitacre's "Light and Gold" album. More details here



David Allsopp, countertenor
A choral scholar at King’s College, Cambridge, David Allsopp has performed many of Handel’s oratorios such as Messiah, Israel in Egypt, Joshua and Solomon. In 2009/10 he sang Daniel in Belshazzar’s Feast at the London Handel Festival and gave a series of Bach’s St Matthew Passion concerts in the UK and Holland. He also played Hercules in The Choice of Hercules in Freiburg. He sang Monteverdi’s 1610 Vespers throughout the season with conductors such as Paul McCreesh. This season he performs Bach’s Christmas Oratorio conducted by Richard Cooke, Messiah in the Frauenkirche, Dresden and City Solstice by John Harle with King’s College Choir at The Sage, Gateshead. David made his debut at the BBC Proms last season singing in Arvo Pärt’s Passio and in 2009 sang Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms with Wayne Marshall and Strasbourg Philharmonic Orchestra. Other performance details can be seen here.


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