The Tallis Scholars Bring 50th Birthday Celebrations to U.S.
The Tallis Scholars’ 50th birthday celebration tour hits the U.S. in April.
The Tallis Scholars are a BBC Radio 3 Spring Highlight
The Tallis Scholars February concert in London is a BBC Radio 3 spring highlight.
The Tallis Scholars a Category Winner in 2021 Gramophone Music Awards
The Tallis Scholars’ final recording in the 34-year Josquin recording project won a Gramophone Award in the Early Music category.
The Tallis Scholars Win Recording of Year at BBC Music Magazine Awards 2021
The Tallis Scholars lead this year’s winning recordings, taking home both Recording of the Year and the Choral Award for the finale of their 34-year Josquin recording project.
The New York Times Celebrates Josquin with The Tallis Scholars’ Peter Phillips and Nico Muhly
Peter Phillips and composer Nico Muhly discuss Josquin and his significance.
The Tallis Scholars’ New Josquin Recording is a Limelight Editor’s Choice
The Tallis Scholars’ newest recording of Josquin Desprez’s Masses is an Editor’s Choice at Limelight magazine.
The Tallis Scholars’ New Josquin Recording is a Gramophone Editor’s Choice
The Tallis Scholars’ latest recording of Josquin Desprez’s Masses is an Editor’s Choice at Gramophone magazine.
Vox Luminis and The Tallis Scholars Among BBC Music Mag’s “10 Best Choirs in the World”
Both The Tallis Scholars and Vox Luminis are among the “10 best choirs in the world” according to BBC Music Magazine.
The Tallis Scholars Featured on Gramophone’s The Listening Room Playlist
The Tallis Scholars survey of Josquin Desprez’s Masses can be heard on Gramophone‘s The Listening Room.
The Tallis Scholars
The Tallis Scholars were founded in 1973 by their director, Peter Phillips. Through their recordings and concert performances, they have established themselves as the leading exponents of Renaissance sacred music throughout the world. Peter Phillips has worked with the ensemble to create, through good tuning and blend, the purity and clarity of sound which he feels best serve the Renaissance repertoire, allowing every detail of the musical lines to be heard. It is the resulting beauty of sound for which The Tallis Scholars have become so widely renowned.