Director: Theresa Caudle
CANZONA is one of England’s leading ensembles specialising in the performance of baroque music on period instruments. Between them, the players of Canzona have a large collection of original instruments and modern copies, which they use in their quest to recreate sounds appropriate for repertoire from Monteverdi to Mozart.
CANZONA’S exciting programmes of chamber music have been enthusiastically received
by audiences and critics alike. The unusual versatility of the director Theresa Caudle,
who plays both the violin and cornett, creates the stimulus for a flexible line-
CANZONA regularly provides orchestras or smaller ensembles for choirs, for works such as Monteverdi’s Vespers, Purcell’s Odes, and the great choral works of Bach and Handel.
“There is no other team of musicians that comes anywhere close!” -
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We are looking forward to a collaboration with the Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir at St James’s Piccadilly on 4th May 2018.
Other forthcoming concerts include a Purcell programme with the Bath Minerva Choir
in November 2017. A busy March 2018 will see Bach’s St John Passion with the Stroud
Choral Society and the B Minor Mass with both Guildford Choral Society and Cantemus
Chamber Choir, Cardiff, and we will also be returning to Leith Hill Musical Festival
Malta: Canzona’s “Venetian Graces” programme received a further performance in January
2016 at the Valletta International Baroque Festival in Malta to a large and appreciative
audience in the beautiful 16th century Venetian-
Site last updated: 30 September 2017
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Jill Caudle, General Manager -
Polly Smith, Marketing Manager -
Theresa Caudle, Director -
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Bach Double Violin Concerto -
Played by Theresa Caudle and Jean Paterson with Canzona in a live concert in Wells Cathedral, 2007.
Canzona:Jean Paterson, Mark Caudle, Theresa Caudle and Alastair Ross