Belfast Telegraph

Friday 1 August 2014

Classical Music 10/9/10

Cantiunculae, St Thomas’s Church, Eglantine Avenue, Belfast, Sunday, 7.30pm

After 21 years, this Belfast-based choir is still singing, usually as an a capella choir and so its repertoire must have a strong bias towards the polyphonic masterpieces of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

You can hear Cantiunculae this weekend when they’ll be performing Byrd’s Four Part Mass and Vivaldi’s Gloria, accompanied by the San Marco Consort. Tickets are £10/ £6 (Concession), available at the door.

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