Four a cappella male voices beautifully illuminate great vocal repertoire from the Middle Ages and Renaissance to vibrant, newly commissioned works of our own time. Free.
Geoffrey Williams, countertenor
Steven Caldicott Wilson, tenor
Christopher Dylan Herbert, baritone
Craig Phillips, bass
Praised for a “rich, natural sound that’s larger and more complex than the sum of its parts,” (National Public Radio) New York Polyphony is regarded as one of the finest vocal chamber ensembles in the world. These four “singers of superb musicianship and vocal allure,” (The New Yorker) apply a modern touch to repertoire that ranges from austere medieval melodies to cutting-edge contemporary compositions. Their dedication to innovative programming, as well as a focus on rare and rediscovered Renaissance and medieval works, has not only earned New York Polyphony critical acclaim, but also helped to move early music into the classical mainstream. The ensemble’s growing discography includes two GRAMMY nominated releases, and albums that have topped the “best of” lists of The New Yorker, Gramophone, and BBC Music Magazine.
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