Tag: Utrecht Early Music Festival

  • Cappella Romana Returns to Europe

    Cappella Romana Returns to Europe

    Cappella Romana returns to Ireland and the Netherlands this month, first to make two recordings in Ireland and then to give the festival finale concert at The Utrecht Early Music Festival, Netherlands. The ensemble will first gather under the auspices of the Limerick Early Music Festival to film a concert for showing at the Iași […]

  • Watch “Venice in the East” at the Utrecht Early Music Festival

    Watch “Venice in the East” at the Utrecht Early Music Festival

    Watch a video from Cappella Romana’s 2016 Venice in the East performance at the Utrecht Early Music Festival! April 27-29, 2018, Italy meets Greece in Venice in the East, a sonic exploration of the Greek Islands when they were ruled by the Venetian empire. Cappella Romana is reviving Renaissance music from Crete, celebrating the island’s […]

  • Venice in the North Previews

    Venice in the North Previews

    Preview works on this weekend’s (April 28-30) Venice in the North program with videos from Cappella Romana performances at the 2016 Utrecht Early Music Festival: Venice in the North Cappella Romana first performed “Venice in the North” at the 2016 Early Music Festival in Utrecht (Netherlands). Make your April complete with this remarkable music! An […]

  • Il Giornale Della Musica Reviews Utrecht Early Music Festival

    Il Giornale Della Musica Reviews Utrecht Early Music Festival

    An Utrecht Early Music Festival mention for Cappella Romana in the Italian outlet Il Giornale Della Musica: “The connection of the Republic of Venice with the Adriatic, and more generally, Mediterranean, world was well represented by an interesting concert of the ensemble Cappella Romana, directed by Alexander Lingas, centered on the presence of the liturgical […]

  • Utrecht Early Music Festival Review

    Utrecht Early Music Festival Review

    “For centuries Venice was politically and economically one of the most important centers of Europe, which led to a multitude of relations, for instance to the East and its dominant Byzantine culture. Due to political developments residents of eastern areas also settled in Venice, including Greeks who took their own version of the Christian faith […]

  • Utrecht Early Music Festival Concert Number One!

    Utrecht Early Music Festival Concert Number One!

    Photos from our SOLD OUT Friday Utrecht Early Music Concert!

  • Cappella Romana Rehearsing in Utrecht

    Cappella Romana Rehearsing in Utrecht

    Watch an excerpt from our rehearsals in Utrecht for Friday and Sunday’s performances at the Utrecht Early Music Festival: Utrecht Festival Concert Details

  • Cappella Romana Returns to Utrecht

    Cappella Romana Returns to Utrecht

    Photos from our first day in Utrecht before Friday’s SOLD OUT performance! Tenor Les Green goes on a walk in Utrecht

  • Review from the Utrecht Early Music Festival

    Review from the Utrecht Early Music Festival

    A wonderful new review of our concert at the Utrecht Early Music Festival by Marianne Driessen has been translated into English by our friend Maria Armstrong. “When I first started this blog, I really had made the resolution to not write about music. I do not know much about it, and my ear is not very […]

  • More Photos from Utrecht

    More Photos from Utrecht

    Many thanks to concert attendee Marnix van B. for sharing these wonderful photos from our Utrecht Early Music Festival performance last Sunday!

  • Utrecht Festival Photos

    Utrecht Festival Photos

    Sound check, concert and post-concert photos from Cappella Romanana’s nearly sold-out Oudemuziek Early Music Festival concert in Utrecht, Netherlands:

  • Notes for the Utrecht OudeMuziek Festival!

    Notes for the Utrecht OudeMuziek Festival!

    Programme Notes for ‘The Fall of Constantinople’ Cappella Romana – Utrecht Early Music Festival 2014 The creation of a re-imagined ‘Holy Roman Empire’, an entity which centuries later would be ruled by the Hapsburgs, was initially the response of Frankish kings and a resurgent Papacy to the retreat of Roman imperial power to Eastern Mediterranean […]

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