Tomás Luis de Victoria 400th AnniversaryTomás Luis de Victoria 400th Anniversary
In 2011 Early Music ensembles across the country will be celebrating the 400-year anniversary of the Spanish Golden Age composer Tomás Luis de Victoria.
Tomás Luis de Victoria, sometimes Italianised 'da Vittoria' (1548 – August 20, 1611), was a Spanish composer of the late Renaissance. "The Spanish Palestrina", as he is known, was the most famous composer of the 16th century in Spain, and one of the most important composers of the Counter-Reformation, along with Giovanni da Palestrina and Orlando di Lasso.
Come and Sing the Victoria Requiem!
If you would like to register to take part in our performance of Victoria's Requiem on the 26th November at St Peter's Church, Eaton Square in London, please sumbit the online form below. We will confirm your place once we have received your fee, which should be paid separately. Fees are £40 / £30 for ILAMS members. If you would like to join ILAMS click HERE. You can pay via Paypal below, or to pay by cheque please make cheques payable to 'ILAMS' and post to Helen Glaisher-Hernandez, 3, Lilliput Court, 139, Eltham Road, London, SE12 8UJ (don't forget to include a memo with your name and contact details!)
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