Border Voices is a Herefordshire-based chamber choir specialising in the performance of renaissance choral music. Since its formation in 2005 it has performed over 40 concerts to packed houses, raising over £20,000 for charity. On other pages you will find details of past concerts, contact details, and links to other groups with which Border Voices is associated including the Linarol Consort and the Border Marches Early Music Forum (BMEMF.
Next Border Voices concert
Friday 1 May 2020
'Missa Flos Regalis'
15th century English style in Europe
The next Border Voices' next concert will take place at 7:30pm on Friday 1 May 2020 at Leominster Priory.
Border Voices will perform Walter Frye’s Missa Flos Regalis, his only mass in four voices, along with motets by Dunstable, Dufay and Busnoys, in a programme of music from a Burgundian court chapel manuscript of the mid 15th century.
Walter Frye, along with John Dunstable and John Bedingham, was among the most influential English composers of the mid 15th century. Their music was extremely popular on the continent, referred to as the “Contenance Angloise”, it was to be the only instance in musical history of English musical style having a major influence on continental European musical tastes.
Free entrance, retiring collection in support of Leominster Priory restoration.