I sing the birth

I sing the birth

I sing the birth An intimate meditation on the Christmas season New York Polyphony’s debut release I sing the birth has garnered unanimous acclaim. An intimate meditation on the Christmas season, this 60-minute sequence of unaccompanied music spanning nine centuries...
Tudor City

Tudor City

Tudor City music of Tudor England Released in 2010, Tudor City explores the music of Tudor England in what Minnesota Public Radio’s Valerie Kahler calls “…a stunning tour through chant, polyphony and renaissance harmonies.” Four new works by acclaimed composer Andrew...
Devices & Desires

Devices & Desires

Devices & Desires online Gregorian chant remix competition The outcome of a highly successful online Gregorian chant remix competition sponsored by Indaba Music, Devices & Desires puts a modern spin on the Medieval. Newly expanded for 2013, this experimental...
endBeginning

endBeginning

endBeginning masterpieces of the Franco-Flemish Renaissance New York Polyphony’s first disc for acclaimed record label BIS Records explores rare and never-before-recorded masterpieces of the Franco-Flemish Renaissance by composers Crecquillon, Brumel and Clemens non...
Times Go By Turns

Times Go By Turns

times go by turns Masses of Tallis, Byrd, Plummer Times go by Turns is the highly anticipated follow-up to New York Polyphony’s endBeginning (2012). Nominated for a GRAMMY® in the Best Chamber Music/ Small Ensemble Performance category, the album features Masses by...
Sing Thee Nowell

Sing Thee Nowell

sing thee nowell Sing thee Nowell is the follow-up to the GRAMMY®-nominated CD Times Go By Turns, and earned New York Polyphony their second GRAMMY® nomination. Seven centuries of Christmas passes before the listener with new works composed for the ensemble by Michael...
Lamentationes

Lamentationes

Lamentationes francisco de peñalosa new disc now available The end of the fifteenth century in Spain witnessed the emergence of a number of composers of outstanding ability who set the stage for the extraordinary flowering of polyphony in the following century. These...
Roma Æterna

Roma Æterna

Roma Æterna Palestrina Missa Papae Marcelli + Victoria Missa O quam gloriosum Roma æterna constructs a program centered on two of the greatest composers of the Renaissance: Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina and Tomás Luis de Victoria. The Missa Papae Marcelli of...