On Jan. 28 at 5:30 p.m. Yale Voxtet will perform Latin Vespers in Dwight Hall at Yale University. The concert is the culmination of the work the Yale Voxtet has done in their Latin diction and Chant Course. The program is taken from the First Vespers for the feast of the Purification (Candlemas) in plainchant, according to the Solesmes Antiphonale of 1912, with thirteenth-century polyphony from Las Huelgas Codex.
All are welcome! Free and open to the public. Read more.
Members of the Yale Voxtet are students of Professor James Taylor and are candidates for graduate degrees in voice. The select group of eight singers specializes in early music, oratorio, and chamber ensemble. In addition to performing a variety of chamber music programs each year, the group sings, tours, and records as part of Yale Schola Cantorum. Read more about the Voxtet.
Yale Voxtet by Robert Lisak