Academy of Ancient Music
Academy of Ancient Music Chorus
Robert Howarth director
Soloists to include
Rowan Pierce soprano
Gwilym Bowen tenor
Richard Latham bass
Monteverdi’s great Vespers of 1610 were written as an ‘audition’ for the job of Maestro di Capella at St Mark’s, Venice, and it’s little wonder that he got the job; the piece is a dazzling demonstration of the great Italian composer’s genius, juxtaposing intimate, prayerful moments with rich, virtuosic music.
From the opening cornett and sack but fanfares ﬁlling the rafters of Gloucester Cathedral, The Academy of Ancient Music bring exuberance and ﬂair to evoke the golden grandeur of Monteverdi’s Venice.
Supported by The Williams Church Music Trust
A warm welcome awaits you at Gloucester Cathedral – one of the finest medieval buildings in the country and steeped in history, from royal coronations and burials to Harry Potter film sets. Begun in 1089 and remodelled over four centuries, its architectural magnificence encompasses Norman and English Gothic styles. The extraordinary fan-faulted medieval cloisters and Great East Window are national treasures and the Lady Chapel houses some of the finest Arts & Crafts glass in the country.
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