Gabrieli Consort & Players

Gabrieli Consort & Players

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Gabrieli Consort & Players

World-renowned music ensemble Gabrieli Consort & Players are celebrated interpreters of great choral and instrumental repertoire from the renaissance to the present day.

Founded 1982

  • Mission statement

    Gabrieli aims to present great choral and instrumental repertoire from across the centuries to the widest possible audience. Gabrieli’s interpretations strive to recreate the original performances of musical works as far as possible, in the belief that historical performance ideals and knowledge of the old world are essential for creating music anew. Gabrieli is no longer solely an early music ensemble (although such music plays a major part of the repertoire) but a group of “specialist generalists” who seek to engage with music from all periods and underline the common links, in so doing engaging with a far wider non-specialist audience. Through lively music-making and committed research, Gabrieli’s mission is to challenge common and accepted perceptions of classical music, and to re-invigorate and innovate in order to sustain the relevance of these great pieces of art in the twenty-first century.

  • Aims

    Gabrieli Consort & Players aims to:

    • Gabrieli aims to present great choral and instrumental repertoire from across the centuries to the widest possible audience.
  • Overview

    Established: January 1982

    Registered Charity Number: 1114146

    Board members: 7

    Full time staff: 4

    Phone number: 0207 613 4574

    Address: PO Box 68830 London SE26 9BR

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