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Programme to include Lassus Prophetiae Sibyllarum and contemporary responses by Dan Trueman and Dmitri Tymoczko.
Literally meaning “rooster song” or “cock crow”, Gallicantus takes its name from monastic antiquity; the name of the office held just before dawn, it was a ceremony which evoked the renewal of life offered by the coming day. Dedicated to renaissance music and directed by Gabriel Crouch, the membership of this early music group boasts a wealth of experience in consort singing and is bound by a shared love of communicating text.
In this late-night performance, the ensemble explores Lassus’ colourfully chromatic Prophetiae Sibyllarum, setting the storied Renaissance masterwork against contemporary responses in the unique acoustic of The Round Church, Cambridge’s oldest building.
“Everything Gallicantus touches seems to turn to gold.” Early Music Today