Sadly we have decided to cancel the upcoming Fount & Origin concert, ‘Woefully Arrayed’, due to unforeseen circumstances. We very much hope that you will join us when the concert is rescheduled. Do sign up to our mailing list through this website if you would like to be notified. All ticket orders will be refunded […]
We are delighted to bring our Christmastide programme ‘A New Star Shall Arise’ to the wonderful St. Margaret’s Church, Rottingdean on the 18th January, 7pm.
We are pleased to announce our next concert programme, The Moon of All Music, which explores the repertory of polyphonic laments from the 15th-century Franco-Flemish regions. This will be performed at Norwich Cathedral in honour of the 900th anniversary of the death of its founder, Herbert de Losinga, on Sunday 21 July at 5pm.
We’re having great fun trying to assume the mindset of the 14th-century singer in preparation for our upcoming concert “Fumeux fume”. Hear our recording below as we experiment with period ornamentation in the Kyrie of the Machaut mass!
We really enjoyed performing our programme of 15th-century English polyphony in Oxford and London! Here’s a clip from one of our rehearsals.
Join us in St Mary Magdalen’s Church for a programme of dazzling French songs from the late 14th century, as well as the famous Messe de Nostre Dame by the great poet-musician, Guillaume de Machaut (c.1300 – 1377). More details here.
We are delighted to announce that Fount & Origin has been awarded the 2019-2021 Stile Antico Ensemble Development Bursary. We are very much looking forward to working with Stile Antico over the next two years! https://www.stileantico.co.uk/latest/news/ensemble-development-bursary-result-announced
We’re pleased to share with you a video of ‘Nectar et ambrosiam’ by Lassus recorded live at our recent concert.
Check out this teaser video for our next concert, ‘Qui Timet Deum’ – this clip features some Gesualdo, filmed at our Saturday rehearsal in Queen’s College Chapel
And we’re off! We are excited to get started on our next programme featuring Lassus and Gesualdo for performance in The Queen’s College chapel on 5th March!