— Nov 1, 12
Quire Cleveland is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Cleveland’s classical radio station WCLV with a live broadcast of music and interviews.
Artistic Director Ross W. Duffin has chosen favorites from the ensemble’s repertoire, including pieces by William Byrd, J. S. Bach, William Billings, and more.
Thursday, November 1, 2012, at 6:00 pm
WCLV 104.9 fm
1375 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115
Admission is FREE but registration is highly recommended.
Tune in, come in, or listen online.
— Sep 6, 12
The Oxford Recorded Anthology of Western Music has been released!
Volume One: The Earliest Notations to the Early Eighteenth Century (2-CD set) features Quire Cleveland in nearly two dozen selections.
We’re in good company, including a veritable “Who’s Who” of early music ensembles and soloists — Anonymous 4, The Hilliard Ensemble, King’s College Choir, Gothic Voices, The Binchois Consort, Pomerium, Tafelmusik, and Gustav Leonhardt, among others.
The music accompanies The Oxford History of Western Music by Richard Taruskin and Christopher H. Gibbs, and The Oxford Anthology of Western Music edited by David Rothenberg (of the CWRU Music Department). You can find out more at Oxford University Press.
— Apr 23, 12
More than 100,000 people have watched the videos on Quire Cleveland’s YouTube channel! We’re thrilled to share this glorious music with people all over the world!
Stay tuned for announcements about next season — concerts, recordings, and more!
J. D. Goddard, clevelandclassical.com — Dec 27, 11
Quire Cleveland presented “Carols for Quire III,” its third annual pair of Christmas concerts, on December 22 and 23 in the grand and resonant surroundings of Trinity Cathedral. Directed by Ross Duffin, Quire aptly utilized straight tone vocal production to weave an elegant tapestry of the purest of a cappella sounds as they performed choral works spanning the 13th through the 21th century with stylistic authenticity, attention to detail and an eye to audience appeal.
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