The Tallis Scholars

The world-renowned Tallis Scholars return to the Pacific Northwest. The Seattle (3 May 2022) program features the stunningly beautiful Requiem by Tomás Luis de Victoria, and the Portland program (4 May 2022) features Antoine Brumel’s monumental 12-voice “Earthquake Mass” Et ecce terræ motus (“And the earth moved”) with a premiere of David Lang’s new work sun- centered, a reflection on doubt and belief in an age of scientific discovery, inspired by the history surrounding Galileo and his earth-shattering observations.




ANTOINE BRUMEL (1460 – 1512): Missa Et ecce terrae motus DAVID LANG: sun-centered (2022)


HEALTH AND SAFETY: Cappella Romana follows CDC and local health regulations. All singers are fully vaccinated and are tested during the performance period. All audience members must show proof of full vaccination or a validated negative COVID test prior to entry. At present masks are still required. Thank you for doing your part to keep everyone safe as possible.

Artists on this Program

Peter Phillips

Peter Phillips, director

Peter Phillips has made an impressive if unusual reputation for himself in dedicating his life’s work to the research and performance of Renaissance polyphony. Having won a scholarship to Oxford in 1972, Peter Phillips studied Renaissance music with David Wulstan… Read More…
The Tallis Scholars

The Tallis Scholars,

Over four decades of performance and a catalogue of award-winning recordings for Gimell, Peter Phillips and The Tallis Scholars have done more than any other group to establish sacred vocal music of the Renaissance as one of the great repertoires… Read More…



TUESDAY 3 MAY 2022, 7:30 P.M.


WEDNESDAY 4 MAY 2022, 7:30 P.M.

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