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Captivating musicianship from this outstanding collection of young professional musicians

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The Senesino Players is directed by the young award-winning conductor, Barnaby Smith. To find out more about Barnaby visit www.barnabysmith.co.uk. The orchestra has a reputation for stylistically sensitive performances of the music of the late Baroque and early Classical period, although they perform a whole range of styles and genres.

The flagship orchestra of the organisation Voces Cantabiles Music, the Senesino Players is a dynamic, youthful and talented group of young professional performers based in London. Many of the Players are current or recent graduates of The Royal College of Music and the Royal Academy of Music in London. Several members also play with top world-class orchestras including the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.

The Senesino Players has an ongoing collaboration with Voces8, whom the orchestra has performed alongside most recently in Handel’s ‘21st Century Messiah’ in venues across London, most notably the Foundling Museum where Handel’s score of the Messiah is located.

The ensemble has performed with guest conductors, including Paul Brough.

Playing: The Senesino Players live with Thomas Gould and Voces Cantabiles. Conducted by Barnaby Smith. Recorded January 2008.

Tracklist:
1. Bach: Violin Concerto in A Minor - 1st Movement.
2. Handel: Hallelujah Chorus from Messiah
3. Bach: Magnificat in D - 1st Movement.

The Senesino Players is part of Voces Cantabiles Music, the charitable music foundation. For more information, contact louise@voces8.com or call the VCM office on
0870 919 6694

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