I Fagioliini are the winners of the Royal Philharmonic Society Ensemble Award, 2006.
I Fagiolini is acknowledged worldwide as the most innovative British vocal ensemble specialising in early music. Their stylish staged productions of Renaissance and Baroque music-theatre works together with virtuo
Anonymous IV is the designation given to the writer of an important treatise of medieval music theory. He was probably an English student working at Notre Dame in Paris, most likely in the 1270s or 1280s. Nothing is known about his life, not even his name. His writings survive in two partial copies f
I am Canadian; originally from the west coast, but now reside in Ontario. I obtained my postgraduate degree in music composition from the UK. Although my portfolio consisted of my (written) thesis and acoustic compositions, I have recently begun to develop an interest in making field recordings. M
In "A Room of One's Own," Virginia Woolf asks her readers to imagine that Shakespeare had a sister. Woolf contends that such a woman, regardless of how gifted she might have been, would have had no chance to be Shakespeare's equal; she would have been denied the education afforded her brother and lef