YALE SCHOLA CANTORUM
Yale Schola Cantorum, founded in 2003, is a 24-voice chamber choir of students from across the university specializing in music from before 1750 and from the last hundred years. Simon Carrington is the group’s founder and conductor. In addition to performing regularly in New Haven, New York and Boston, Schola Cantorum records and tours nationally and internationally. Their live recording on CD with Robert Mealy and Yale Collegium Musicum of Heinrich Biber’s 1693 Vesperae longiores ac breviores, received international acclaim from the early music press as have their subsequent CDs of J.S. Bach’s rarely heard 1725 version of the St John Passion and Antonio Bertali’s Missa Resurrectionis.
The Yale Schola Cantorum is supported by the Yale Institute of Sacred Music with support from the Yale School of Music.
|Choral Concert: Yale Schola Cantorum - VICTORIA, T.L. de / THEOFANIDIS, C. / BACH, J.S. / LISZT, F. (Anniversaries and Messages)
|Choral - Sacred, Choral - Secular
|MENDELSSOHN, Felix: Magnificat / BACH, J.S.: Magnificat, BWV 243 (Yale Voxtet, Yale Schola Cantorum, Yale Collegium Players, Carrington)
|Orchestral, Choral - Sacred|