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Tudor Choir

The Tudor Choir and its director Doug Fullington have received national and international attention as interpreters of Renaissance polyphony and early American music. Founded by Fullington in 1993, the Tudor Choir is a Seattle-based professional vocal chamber ensemble of 12 core singers; the group can expand to up to 40 members for works such as Thomas Tallis’s monumental Spem in alium. The Tudor Choir is a resident ensemble at historic Blessed Sacrament Church in Seattle's University District.   Doug Fullington and the Tudor Choir have established themselves as leading interpreters of early American music. Their Shapenote Album (Loft) is widely regarded as the definitive professional recording of the shapenote genre and has been regularly broadcast on National Public Radio.

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Tudor Choir 12/14/12: Tudor Choir

The Seattle-based group, renowned interpreters of Renaissance polyphony and early American music, offers a holiday program of vocal chamber music.

Tudor Choir

The Seattle-based group, renowned interpreters of Renaissance polyphony and early American music, offers a holiday program of vocal chamber music.

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