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This profile was last updated on 9/27/14  and contains information from public web pages.

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Local Address: Washington DC, District of Columbia, United States
Company Description: Chorworks is a non-profit organization founded in 2005 to explore the rich diversity of choral music. Through concerts and educational workshops, Chorworks offers...   more

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About | Chorworks, 27 Sept 2014 [cached]
Sally Dunkley Sally Dunkley's singing career has developed alongside work as editor, researcher and teacher. She sings with Magnificat and The Sixteen, and was a member of the Tallis Scholars for 20 years. She also prepares modern editions from original sources, many published in the OUP Musica Dei Donum series.
Tutors include Philip Cave (Director), Sally Dunkley, Rosa Lamoreaux, James Kennerley and Patrick Walders.
Philip Cave: Workshop: Meet our Faculty, 15 Aug 2010 [cached]
Sally Dunkley, soprano
Sally Dunkley studied at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, where as one of the first few women to sing with the Clerkes of Oxenford (director David Wulstan), she established the foundations of a significant part of her subsequent activities, taking part in a series of pioneering recordings of 16th-century English music.
After postgraduate studies she moved to London, working as a professional solo and consort singer. As a member of the Tallis Scholars she sang more than 1000 concerts all over the world, and took part in about 35 recordings, including the Gramophone's 1987 award-winning Josquin disc. She continues to enjoy a busy international schedule with the Sixteen (of which she is a founder member), Magnificat, the Gabrieli Consort and Ensemble Plus Ultra.
As soloist she particularly enjoys the music of Bach and Purcell, and has appeared twice with Guildford Philharmonic, given several chamber music recitals in Canterbury, and sung at the International Festival of Granada. She is also a regular guest with the women's voice ensemble Musica Secreta. In 2004 she was soloist in a programme of music by Handel with Alexandria Choral Society (VA), and in January 2007 with the Folger Consort in Washington DC.
Her involvement with 16th-century vocal music as scholar and editor has run parallel with her specialisation as performer of this repertoire, which has provided unique opportunities to acquire firsthand knowledge of the music. Over the past 30 years she has made dozens of performing editions from original sources, for groups such as the Sixteen, the Hilliard Ensemble, the Tallis Scholars, Vox, Magnificat and the Taverner Consort; some of these are published by Stainer & Bell, Mapa Mundi, the Church Music Society and Oxenford Imprint (with which she has been closely associated).
The Sixteen's Blog » Sally Dunkley, 18 Oct 2014 [cached]
Sally Dunkley The Sixteen's Blog > Sally Dunkley
The Sixteen's Blog
Sally Dunkley on David Wulstan
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Sally Dunkley
Sixteen soprano Sally Dunkley took part in a fascinating edition of BBC Radio 3s The Early Music Show last weekend, an artist profile of David Wulstan.
One of those people joins in today's conversation: Sally Dunkley, the singer and scholar who first encountered David Wulstan at a University of Oxford entrance interview, studied with him, and has continued to work with him and share his friendship until today.
These popular workshops, led by Eamonn ..., 15 Aug 2011 [cached]
These popular workshops, led by Eamonn Dougan, The Sixteen's Assistant Conductor, and Sally Dunkley (a soprano with The Sixteen and editor of much of the Pilgrimage repertoire), focus on repertoire from the Pilgrimage programme.
Thanks are due to Victoria of course and to the physiological benefits of singing, but mainly to Eamonn and Sally - and to [the administration team] for organising it. - Lorna, St Albans, 2011
Sally gave us some very interesting background to the music and helped to put it all in perspective. » Philip Cave, Chorworks’ Executive Director, 9 Dec 2012 [cached]
Sally Dunkley Sally Dunkley's interest in 16th-century vocal music was established during her years as a student at Oxford University, where she sang with the pioneering group the Clerkes of Oxenford and studied with its director, David Wulstan. Since then, her career as a professional consort singer in the UK has developed hand-in-hand with continuing in-depth study of the music as editor, writer, researcher and teacher. She sings regularly with Philip Cave's ensemble Magnificat, and is a founder member of the Sixteen; she also sang more than 1000 concerts with the Tallis Scholars, recording and travelling widely for more than 20 years, and appears with other groups including the Gabrieli Consort and Ensemble Plus Ultra.
Throughout her career Sally has pursued an interest in preparing performing editions from original sources, many of them recorded and some published by Mapa Mundi, the Church Music Society and Oxenford Imprint.
Sally is increasingly involved in sharing her experience, both through summer schools (as a regular faculty member with Chorworks in Washington DC, and in 2010 at Dartington with I Fagiolini), and workshops through the Sixteen as well as various Early Music Forums in the UK, and for the Company of Musicians at Sawston.
In 2004 Sally was the joint winner (with Philip Cave) of the Noah Greenberg Award, through the AMS, for her work on the music of Philippe Rogier.
This episode features a discussion with the distinguished early music soprano, editor, and presenter, Sally Dunkley. Together, Philip and Sally explore the Requiem Mass and other music of the great Spanish renaissance composer Tomás Luis de Victoria, commemorating the 400th anniversary of his death.
Sally Dunkley and Philip Cave present music from the Royal Courts of England and Spain. The workshop is presented by The Renaissance Singers of London. Click here for further details.
January 21, 2012 - One Day Workshop The Glory of the Muses Visiting the UK? Save the date for a one-day workshop in Oxford on Saturday 21st January. Sally Dunkley and Philip Cave present music by three of the great English composers of the 16th century: Parsons, White and Byrd.
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