Cambridge's male-voice early music ensemble

Category: The Morales Project

  • Morales 1 Commended!

    Morales 1 Commended!

    Our first Morales CD has been assigned the prestigious Díapason d’Or from the French classical music magazine Díapason, as mentioned in our review in this month’s issue. We are thrilled!

  • Morales 2 Concert: Tickets Available!

    Morales 2 Concert: Tickets Available!

    The next concert in The Morales Project will be his Requiem à5 and Officium defunctorum, conducted by Eamonn Dougan. It will take place on April 22nd, 2023 at Little St. Marys, Cambridge.

  • Morales 1 Now Available!

    Morales 1 Now Available!

    Our founder Mark Dourish and our frequent and wonderful collaborator Robert Hollingworth were interviewed by the BBC on the InTune program this week. Check below the fold to hear the recording, and if you like what you hear you can now purchase Morales Disc 1.

  • Morales 1 Unboxing

    Morales 1 Unboxing

    Our founder and artistic director, Mark Dourish, has been waiting with great anticipation for the finished prints of our new Morales CD to arrive…

  • Morales Disc 1

    Morales Disc 1

    This album, the first of a planned series of twelve intended to record all of Morales’s Masses and Magnificats, begins with the Missa Mille regretz, in six voices. It is his best-known Mass today, probably because it is based on a famous song attributed (rightly or wrongly—there is some debate) to none other than Josquin des…

  • Introducing the Morales Project

    Introducing the Morales Project

    A Q&A with our founder and artistic director, Mark Dourish What is The Morales Project? The Morales Project is an ambitious 12-album endeavour by De Profundis (launched in 2023) to record all the masses and Magnificats of Cristóbal de Morales for Hyperion Records.