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January 30, 2020

It was such a pleasure to sing with Beverly Taylor, the UW Choral Union, UW symphony orchestra, and James Harrington on the main stage of UW-Madison's Hamel Music Center! Here is an excerpt from the Well-Tempered Ear's review of Saturday's performance:

"...it was the wo...

September 18, 2019

Experience the timeless, ethereal beauty of plainchant and explore how these melodies have inspired composers from the medieval through modern eras to create works of sublime beauty. Featuring music spanning ten centuries, including works by Hildegard, Dufay, Taverner,...

September 18, 2019

Here is an excerpt from Michael De Sapio's review of the Rose Ensemble's latest recording, "Treasures from Baroque Malta":

"Malta is a place that rarely crosses our minds in connection with music. Luckily, here is a disc to correct that perception. A most enlightening e...

July 1, 2019

Follow the misadventures of an English gentleman as he embarks on a continental Grand Tour adventure in search of love and fulfillment. Our hero’s travelogue includes springtime consort songs by Alfonso Ferrabosco and William Byrd, Erasmus Widmann’s beguiling German da...

January 22, 2019

The Rose Ensemble released our latest CD, Treasures from Baroque Malta, in December of  2017. This album features delightfully festive music from the rich libraries of Malta, most of which has not been performed in hundreds of years!

Here is an excerpt of the revie...

February 11, 2018

This weekend, the Madison Choral Project continues it's season with two concerts! The program features a world premiere of Wisconsin composer Eric William Barnum, J.S. Bach's motet, Komm, Jesu, Komm, and two works by David Lang.

Come and experience this transformational...

November 19, 2017

Celebrate the season of Thanksgiving with Present Music! Join us this afternoon at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist for a concert of new music, including the World Premier of Ingram Marshall's Alleluia Grace with the Hearing Voices ensemble.

Check out the Journa...

September 28, 2017

The past few weeks have been busy with the Rose Ensemble! We just finished up a recording project at the lovely St. Mary's Catholic Church in New Trier, MN, and here we are, two days later, getting ready to hit the road with Il Poverello. This program explores the life...

The program includes “Médée” (Medea) by Louis-Nicolas Clérambault; “La Sultanne” by François Couperin, “La mort de Didon” (The Death of Dido) by Michel Pignolet de Montéclair; and “Ditemi, o piante,” HWV 107, by George Frideric Handel.



"The transcendent experience of hearing Somei Satoh’s The Heavenly Spheres Are Illuminated by Lights while contemplating huge overhead images of those very heavenly spheres. You’d think soprano Chelsie Probst might be a little intimidated competing with the majestic...

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