The Chorworks Podcast complements our workshops and performances of choral music, with a focus on masterworks from the 16th and 17th centuries. The Podcast features exploration of both individual works and broader choral genres, and can be downloaded from iTunes or streamed directly from chorworks.com.
In addition to the audio portion of the Podcast, most episodes are accompanied by scholarly edition of the score, text and translations, and printed commentary. These additional resources, which are designed to enable historically informed study and performance, can be downloaded by clicking on the “Music and Information” links below.

“In Conversation with… Sally Dunkley”

Philip Cave discusses the music of Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548-1611) marking the 400th anniversary of his death–with the English singer, editor and presenter Sally Dunkley.


Philippe Rogier – Honour, Glory and Light of Flanders

This episode provides an overview of the music of Philippe Rogier (c.1561-1596), chapel-master to King Philip II of Spain.


Stabat mater by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina

This episode features the Stabat mater by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1525/6-1594), exploring the text, music, composer and context of this Renaissance masterpiece.


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