The Cardinall’s Musick continue to receive accolades for their wonderful recordings of the works of William Byrd. Having already been awarded a Penguin Guide “Rosette”, their recording of the Mass for Four Voices has been selected by BBC Radio 3’s prestigious CD review programme as its “Building a Library” choice. In Simon Heighes’ review of [...]
The Cardinall’s Musick’s latest recording release, of Byrd’s Great Service, is attracting favourable attention:
“This new recording is something special. Whether it’s because of the sheer experience of having sung so much of Byrd’s music as to have assimilated his musical language utterly, or whether it’s simply the raw musicianship and cultivated intelligence of the performers, thre’s [...]
Rick Jones interviewed Andrew Carwood for The Tablet’s March 10th issue, focussing on the forthcoming Byrd Tour:
In the run-up to the group’s Byrd Tour, Andrew Carwood was interviewed by Ivan Hewett and asked whether Byrd could and should be considered England’s greatest composer:
Our landmark Byrd Tour drew to a close at St John’s, Smith Square, on Wednesday 19th December 2012. Byrd has been a major feature of our concerts for many years and the 2012 tour presented almost every note of Latin church music (and some English as well!) in a series of concerts around the UK. Each programme explored [...]
The Cardinall’s Musick continue their recording success with their latest disc of the music of Robert Parsons. Most famous for his setting of the Ave Maria, the recording proves that the composer was far from being a one-hit-wonder!
The Wigmore Hall launches a unique series exploring the music of William Byrd next season with The Cardinall’s Musick presenting a range of music by England’s first truly great composer.
Infelix ego was showered with praise at the Gramophone awards ceremony. Watch a Video of Andrew Carwood receiving the award.
Following their Gramophone Recording of the Year Award for 2010, The Cardinall’s Musick’s latest CD explores the music of Rome in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Another wonderfully received Hyperion CD, with The Cardinall’s Musick now turning their talents to the Iberian master, Francisco Guerrero.