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Paris-based vocal ensemble Dialogos brings alive some of the earliest known music.

Paris-based vocal ensemble Dialogos brings alive some of the earliest known music, in performances renowned for their purity and spirituality. Dalmatica is a collaboration between the six female singers of Dialogos and Kantaduri, a choir of six traditional Croatian male cantors. They each explore the extraordinary richness of Dalmatian chant and religious music since the Middle Ages, in which Roman Catholic and Byzantine traditions collide, creating a glowing sound fresco of colourful, compelling pieces.


Katarina Livljanić Director 


Joško Caleta Director

14 August 2012

  • Greyfriars Kirk
  • 60 minutes
  • £20

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