Singing Together; Apart: Gregorian Chant Workshop

A page of music from a medieval manuscript

Singing Together; Apart: Gregorian Chant Workshop

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  4 December 2020



 Free, book in advance

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About the event

Gregorian chant is an ancient communal song tradition with its roots in the medieval Church, but its calming, meditative effect has made it a surprise hit in lockdown.

Sing in the comfort of your own home (where no strangers can hear you!) in this online choir session suitable for the absolute beginner.

You will learn a simple voice part for the Song of Simeon in the Candlemas 'Nunc Dimittis'. You will also be able to view the 15th-century manuscript from the Cistercian nunnery of Medingen where the music is preserved.


Nick Swarbrick

Professor Henrike Lähnemann, University of Oxford

Booking information

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About the Polonsky Foundation digitization project

This workshop will include manuscripts which are being shared online for the first time as part of The Polonsky Foundation digitization project.

Watch an introduction to the digitization project

This event is generously supported by The Polonsky Foundation and The Helen Hamlyn Trust.

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