Virtuosa are delighted to present two new recital programmes; 'Music for Mindfulness' and 'There is no rose'. They will be performing both recitals at St. John's, Notting Hill, in September and December respectively. For more information, please visit our 'Concerts' page.
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Founded in 2010, Virtuosa are a prize-winning vocal ensemble based in London. Performing both a cappella and with continuo accompaniment, Virtuosa’s programmes are varied and dynamic, interspersing trios with duets and solos from the 11th century to the late 17th century. Drawing on the expertise of the ensemble, Virtuosa’s performances are well-informed and innovative, using modern themes to create a contemporary dialogue with early music.
Virtuosa’s members enjoy diverse and successful careers, performing with well-known ensembles, engaging with music education projects and inspiring young singers through private tuition.
As an ensemble, Virtuosa have performed at many venues across London and as part of music festivals including the Greenwich International Early Music Festival (GIEMF, 2013). They currently hold Musicians-in-Residence status at St. John’s Church, Notting Hill.
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Musicians-in-Residence Scheme: St. John's, Notting Hill
Virtuosa are thrilled to announce that they have been accepted on the Musicians-in-Residence scheme at St. John's Church, Notting Hill from January 2016. Now in its sixth year, the scheme aims to encourage and develop talented young musicians at the outset of their careers. Virtuosa feel very privileged to have been offered a place on the scheme and look forward to developing together as an ensemble with the support of St. John's. For more information about the church, please visit their website by clicking here.