As our performance practice continues to evolve under the restrictions of the COVID Pandemic, we have been performing more and more online. This page has been temporarily archived and details about concerts and streaming can now be found on our EVENTS page.
2020 – Our digital summer season
St John’s Smith Square: Canon and Invention
Tuesday 4 August 2020
Join us online for our performance as part of St John’s Smith Square’s Digital Exchange project. Our programme explores the roots of fugue in musical canons from Italy, featuring works by Ockeghem, Josquin and Mouton. Broadcast details will be published via our social media channels.
This concert was performed live to an audience of 25 people as part of an early trial organised by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
JAM on the Marsh: Passion and Polyphony
Friday 7 August 2020 | Find out more
Exploring a relationship between old and new, playful and profound, The Gesualdo Six present an exhibition of some of the finest vocal consort works from renaissance and modern-day composers.
The ensemble have become renowned for their stagecraft, and the church of St Leonard’s in Hythe provides a unique canvas for this programme.
JAM on the Marsh: Fauré Requiem
Friday 14 August 2020 | Find out more
A concert of music and readings for all affected by Covid-19. The Fauré Requiem with new readings by poet Grahame Davies commissioned for this event by JAM on the Marsh.
The Gesualdo Six
London Mozart Players
Simon Hogan, organ
Owain Park, conductor
BBC Choral Evensong
Wednesday 19 August 2020 | Find out more
We have commissioned Kerensa Briggs to compose a psalm chant for our appearance on BBC Radio 3 Choral Evensong on Wednesday 19 August at 3.30pm. Listen to her work alongside music by William Byrd and Piers Kennedy, plus the first performance of Night Prayer by Owain Park.
Live from London
Saturday 29 August 2020 | Find out more
We are delighted to be taking part in a new online vocal festival, Live from London, which features some of the world’s finest vocal ensembles.
Sadly, due to the COVID-19 pandemic many of our concerts continue to be cancelled or postponed.
UK | London
FLOWER OF THE ITALIAN MADRIGAL
Start Time: 7.30 PM