Recording accomplished!

Musica Secreta has just spent a week at Ripon College, Cuddesdon, recording motets from RISM 1543/2, Musica quinque vocum motteta materna lingua vocata – thanks to development funding from Arts Council England, a generous grant from the Ambache Charitable Trust, and our amazing Crowdfunder supporters.  Our fabulous Celestial Sirens joined us

Crowdfunding our new CD

Musica Secreta has joined the crowdfunding generation with an appeal for our new CD of the materna lingua motets. We have until December 19 to raise £4000 – or hopefully a lot more – towards the project. Very exciting, and

Almost there!

So, today, in order to help me deal with the excitement of tomorrow, I’m keeping busy finalising our crowdfunding page for a new CD of the materna lingua motets, and making a video to publicise the campaign. And counting habits.

And the winner is…

And the winner is…

Yesterday the winners of the Engage Competition (run by the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement) were announced at an awards ceremony at the Natural History Museum.  Laurie won the Individually-led Project category with Celestial Sirens!  We are so very proud

A week for good news

This week have been full of good news for Deborah and Laurie. We first learned that Brighton Early Music Festival had received its Arts Council grant for 2014, which is a huge achievement for Deborah and the rest of the