By David Salazar
VOCES8 Foundation has announced the return of its LIVE from London series, which kicks off on July 23, 2022.
The series kicks off with Apollo5, which will world premiere its new album “Invocations” alongside pianist and associate composer Fraser Wilson.
Streaming Date: July 23–Sept. 18, 2022
I Fagiolini will join forces with the Choral Scholars of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, the HeartEdge Manchester Choral Scholars, and the English Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble to present “Super-Choral, Super-Excellent.” Robert Hollingworth conducts.
Streaming Date: July 24–Sept. 18, 2022
Singer Nicki Wells joins forces with musicians Sukwinder “Pinky-Ji” Singh, Matthew Barley, and Adrian Freedman for “Mantra.”
Streaming Date: August 1–Sept. 18, 2022
The Phoenix Chorale will present “Unclouded Day,” a presentation filmed by tenor Andrew Staples as he follows chorale members as they balanced life during the COVID-19 shutdown.
Streaming Date: August 13–Sept. 18, 2022
Chineke! Voices will celebrate the music of Portuguese composer Vicente Lusitano, one of Europe’s earliest composers of African descent. The ensemble will be joined by St. John the Divine Kennington Children’s Choir, lutist Andrew Maginley, and conductor Joseph McHardy.
Streaming Date: August 20–Sept. 18, 2022
VOCES8 and VOCES8 Scholars will present Vaughan Williams’ Mass in G Minor.
Streaming Date: August 21–Sept. 18, 2022
VOCES8 and Tuks Camerata will present “Hope,” a program comprising music by Byrd and Bach as well as traditional songs from South Africa, among many others.
Streaming Date: August 28–Sept. 18, 2022