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The Tallis Scholars

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Tue 8 Nov 2016, 7:30pm–10:00pm

Where: St Mary's Cathedral, 17 Victoria Square, Perth CBD, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

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“The rock stars of Renaissance vocal music.…” - The New York Times

World-renowned British early music vocal ensemble, The Tallis Scholars, will embark on an extended national tour of Australia in October and November of this year. The Perth concert will take place in St Mary’s Cathedral on Tuesday 8 November at 7:30pm.

Founded in 1973, The Tallis Scholars have established themselves as the leading exponents of Renaissance sacred music throughout the world. Lauded by audiences and critics alike for the purity and clarity of their sound, which founding Director, Peter Phillips, believes best serves the Renaissance repertoire, The Tallis Scholars have re-set the bar for a cappella music.

The Tallis Scholars have performed in both sacred and secular venues, notably St Paul’s Cathedral in London, the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican, which marked the final stage of the complete restoration of the Michelangelo frescoes and the Church of St Ignatius Loyola in a collaboration with Sir Paul McCartney as well as the National Gallery London where they appeared with Sting and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.