Interim Chief Executive Announcement

We are delighted to announce the appointment of John McMunn as Interim Chief Executive, covering Susie York Skinner’s maternity leave from 10 October 2016 onwards.

Gabrieli Players in the City

Gabrieli are delighted to be collaborating with two corporate partners this autumn. In October a small ensemble of players will perform with the Deutsche Bank Singers in two London concerts, performing a programme of CPE Bach and Buxtehude, led by our principal second violin Oliver Webber. Concert details are listed below. These events are free to […]

Join Gabrieli Roar

Hot on the heels of an intensive rehearsal and training weekend in Cambridge, culminating in a performance at Ely Cathedral with over 200 musicians, Gabrieli is busy making plans for training programmes and performances with Gabrieli Roar during 2016/17. Our packed diary includes projects of all sizes across the country, with repertoire ranging from Haydn masses and theatrical Purcell projects to Mendelssohn’s towering Symphony No.2 Lobgesang.

Gabrieli's summer

Gabrieli has enjoyed a hectic but wonderful summer of international touring, recording and performing. A whistle stop tour through everything that we have done in just these few weeks offers a snapshot of the breadth, variety and ambition of our repertoire and projects.

Gabrieli Roar at Southwark Cathedral

This week saw the official launch of Gabrieli Roar at Southwark Cathedral. On 16 February our five partner choirs were joined by the professional singers of the Gabrieli Consort to form a chorus of nearly 150 voices. The performance was a joyous example of the ability of talented young musicians to rise to the highest levels of achievement when given the correct training and support, and most importantly, the opportunity to excel.

Funding News

We are delighted to announce that our ambitious training scheme for teenage singers, Gabrieli Roar, has been awarded thee major funding grants. The first from the Leverhulme Trust, which will support the programme over a period of three years by providing the funding to enable us to offer means-tested bursaries to one fifth of our young singers. The second from Arts Council England, helping to fund the costs of the 2016 summer programme which culminates in a high profile performance at Ely Cathedral, and the third from The Wingate Trust for our ongoing training and mentoring programme.

Critical Success for Gabrieli's Latest Recording

Released in May 2015, our latest recording of Handel’s L’Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato has already attracted substantial critical success, but we were particularly pleased to receive the news that it has been nominated for the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards.

The Big Give Christmas Challenge - We Did It!

Thank you so much to everyone who took part in The Big Give Christmas Challenge 2015. In just two days we managed to raise over £5,000, which with our matched funding means we successfully raised over £10,000 in total. We are thrilled that this takes us that little bit closer to the funding needed for our new recording of Haydn’s The Seasons, which we are due to record this summer.

The Big Give Christmas Challenge 2015

We are delighted to announce that Gabrieli have once again been chosen to participate in The Big Give’s Christmas Challenge. We have celebrated successful Challenges each Christmas from 2010 until 2013 raising a total of over £49,500 – can you help us smash the £50,000 mark this year?! In 2015, the Christmas Challenge runs on […]

2015/16 Season Overview

After a busy summer of Purcell, Gabrieli launch the 2015/16 season in style with two performances at the Utrecht Early Music Festival – Of a Rose is all my Song, our newest a cappella Consort programme featuring substantial 16th century motets by Tallis and Mundy alongside contemporary British repertoire, and our much-loved Three Odes for […]