"With singing full of inflection and emotion, moments of compelling resonance for singers and listeners as the voices briefly flowed together onto the tonic and then smoothly wound away again" - New York Classical Review, April 2023

“If I hear anything that pleases me more all year I shall be surprised” - Gramophone Magazine, June 2022


18th of April in ’s-Hertogenbosch and 19th of April in Utrecht. 

The bustle of the market square, the ringing of bells, the chatter of the public and the gentle sounds of local choirs: all these sounds have echoed through the centuries in the historic town of 's-Hertogenbosch. On the 18th and 19th of April, the world-renowned ensemble Cappella Pratensis will perform works from the famous 'Bossche Koorboeken' in the Netherlands
Concert 18th of April 20.00 St Janskathedraal 's-Hertogenbosch 19th of April 20.15 Pieterskerk Utrecht 'Chapel sounds of Hieronymus Bosch'
Concert without intermission of about 75 minutes. The programme includes works from the Den Bosch Choirbooks.

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's-Hertogenbosch info & tickets

Workshop 's-Hertogenbosch 12 13 and 14 April. You can still sign up!

 Explore the wonders of the Den Bosch Choirbooks with teachers from the world-renowned ensemble Cappella Pratensis. Under the expert guidance of Stratton Bull (The Royal Conservatoire, The Hague) and Tim Braithwaite (The Conservatoire of Amsterdam), you will discover subjects ranging from historical improvisation to reading mensural notation, as well as much more! Cost € 75.00 p.p. for advanced amateurs and students.

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Cappella Pratensis' recording of Ockeghem's Requiem is named Top Choice in Gramophone Magazine!

In the world-leading British music magazine GRAMOPHONE - the world’s best classical music reviews - Fabrice Fitch listened to and compared thirteen performances of Ockeghem's Requiem and described  Cappella's performance as TOP CHOICE! The Requiem by Johannes Ockeghem (1410-1497) is considered the oldest composed  Requiem  mass and was probably written between 1460 and 1480. We are extremely honoured by such a  wonderful review: 'a compact, rounded, thoughtful performance of impassive beauty, Cappella Pratensis fashion a coherent performance out of a varied collection of individual movements in a recording that grows with repeated listening'.

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