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10.06.17
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Hear the Music Behind Dan Brown’s Latest Novel
New York Times
09.29.17
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Gregory W. Brown's 'Missa Charles Darwin' To Be Featured In Multimillion-Selling Author Dan Brown's Forthcoming Novel 'Origin'
Shorefire Media
09.01.17
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From Medieval To Modern
Early Music America
10.25.16
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New York Polyphony Travels To Eternal Rome
Early Music America
09.04.16
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- Record Review - BBC Radio 3 - ROMA AETERNA
BBC Radio 3
08.25.16
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Review: ROMA AETERNA - NEW YORK POLYPHONY
AllMusic
08.25.16
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Album Review - ROMA AETERNA - NEW YORK POLYPHONY
AllMusic
07.28.16
New York Polyphony
NEW YORK POLYPHONY SELECTED FOR A CMA COMMISSIONING GRANT; NEW ALBUM OUT AUGUST 12
07.14.16
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Singing Our Praises: A Q & A with New York Polyphony’s Craig Phillips
Omaha Chamber of Commerce
07.11.16
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New York Polyphony opens the 17th annual Madison Early Music Festival with a perfectly rendered composite portrait of Elizabethan sacred music
The Well-Tempered Ear
01.31.16
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New York Polyphony presents beautiful, authentic renditions from the Spanish Renaissance
The Kansas City Star
12.18.15
Wynton Marsalis, Marin Alsop, Sir Andrew Davis, Christopher Rountree, Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company , Alexandre Tharaud, Daniil Trifonov, Jennifer Koh, Gil Shaham, Philadelphia Orchestra , Storm Large, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir , VOCES8 , Christine Goerke, Nicholas Phan, New York Polyphony
End of Year 2015 'Best of' Roundup
08.07.15
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Omaha's silence is golden for ensemble
Omaha.com
06.12.15
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CD Review: New York Polyphony's Sing Thee Nowell
Early Music America
02.12.15
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New York Polyphony offers steely attention to detail
Richmond Times-Dispatch
01.14.15
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NEW YORK POLYPHONY GARNERS SECOND GRAMMY® NOMINATION FOR SING THEE NOWELL
New York Polyphony
12.18.14
Osvaldo Golijov, Sir Andrew Davis, David Robertson, Donald Runnicles, Robert Spano, Bramwell Tovey, Julian Wachner, Yefim Bronfman, Jeremy Denk, Stefan Jackiw, Jennifer Koh, Gil Shaham, Yo-Yo Ma, Alisa Weilerstein, Béla Fleck, Brooklyn Rider , Rosanne Cash, VOCES8 , New York Polyphony
End of Year 2014 'Best Of' Roundup
12.11.14
New York Polyphony
Preview: New York Polyphony adds a modern flair to old music
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
12.05.14
Sir Andrew Davis, Giancarlo Guerrero, David Robertson, Robert Spano, Daniil Trifonov, Jennifer Koh, Gidon Kremer, Mason Bates, Rosanne Cash, Julianna Di Giacomo, Tamara Mumford, New York Polyphony
2015 GRAMMY NOMINEES
Grammy.com
12.01.14
New York Polyphony
2014 Holiday Gift Guide
The New York Times
12.01.14
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New York Polyphony's Quiet Seasonal Treasure 'Sing Thee Nowell'
WQXR
08.19.14
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New York Polyphony Announces Release of Sing thee Nowell
New York Polyphony
01.26.14
New York Polyphony
"New Music for the Year 2014"
WQXR: The Choral Mix with Kent Tritle
12.09.13
Donald Runnicles, Yefim Bronfman, Christoph Eschenbach, Leonidas Kavakos, Ravi Shankar, Minnesota Orchestra , Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir , Ian Bostridge, New York Polyphony
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE OPUS 3 ARTISTS NOMINATED FOR A 2014 GRAMMY
Grammy.com
12.01.13
New York Polyphony
New works woven among Masses for troubled times
Gramophone
12.01.13
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Times go by Turns: Byrd, Plummer, Tallis
Early Music Review
11.07.13
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CD review: New York Polyphony, 'Times go by Turns'
San Francisco Chronicle
11.04.13
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CD Review: Times go by Turns
Early Music Today (UK)
11.02.13
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New York Polyphony Brings the “Missa Charles Darwin” to La Jolla
The San Diego Story
10.13.13
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CD Review: Times go by Turns
MusicWeb International
10.03.13
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New York Polyphony, Times Go By Turns, Early and Modern Music for Acapella Vocal Group
Classical-Modern Music Review
09.17.13
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English Renaissance masters all aglow again thanks to New York Polyphony
Musical Toronto
09.16.13
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New York Polyphony continues to claim a spot as one of the finest small vocal groups performing today.
Audiophile Audition
09.11.13
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New York Polyphony–And Homophony, From Tallis to Today
Classics Today
09.05.13
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Watch A Late Composer's Parting Statement, Through The Eyes Of A Child
NPR's Deceptive Cadence
09.03.13
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New York Polyphony’s Times Go by Turns a rich and varied tapestry: CD review
Toronto Star
04.15.13
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Review: Jonathan Berger operas probe troubled minds
San Jose Mercury News
11.28.12
Jeremy Denk, New York Polyphony
Ten Notable Classical-Music Recordings of 2012
The New Yorker
09.22.12
New York Polyphony
“EndBeginning” = ANTOINE BRUMEL
Audiophile Audition
09.22.12
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EndBeginning New York Polyphony
Early Music America
08.01.12
New York Polyphony
‘EndBeginning’
Gramophone
07.26.12
New York Polyphony
Café Concert: New York Polyphony
WQXR
07.01.12
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New York Polyphony CD Review
Fanfare
07.01.12
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EndBeginning
American Record Guide
06.20.12
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In Practice: New York Polyphony
npr
06.01.12
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NEW YORK POLYPHONY ENDBEGINNING
Stereophile
03.22.12
New York Polyphony
Craig Phillips The American bass shares his love of British repertoire ahead of New York Polyphony’s UK debut at Cadogan Hall
BBC Music Magazine
03.21.12
New York Polyphony
New York Polyphony's UK Debut at Cadogan Hall
bachtrack
03.09.12
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EndBEGINNING–New York Polyphony
Classics Today
03.06.12
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CD Review: New York Polyphony makes delight out of despair
Musical Toronto
02.21.12
New York Polyphony
New York Polyphony: A Vocal Quartet Takes On Death
NPR: Deceptive Cadence
02.17.12
New York Polyphony
Celebrating Love, Both Sacred and Profane
The New York Times
02.15.12
New York Polyphony
CD of the Week: New York Polyphony
Alex Ross: The Rest Is Noise
02.11.12
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New York Polyphony in Birmingham: A fascinating musical journey to centuries past
Birmingham News
02.09.12
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TimeOut New York
02.05.12
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Nightafternight playlist
Alex Ross: The Rest Is Noise
01.31.12
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New York Polyphony Announces Release of endBeginning
Musical America
09.08.11
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BIS Records Signs Acclaimed Classical Vocal Quartet New York Polyphony
06.30.11
New York Polyphony
Stanford Lively Arts awarded $500,000 grant
Palo Alto Online
06.15.11
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Café Concert: New York Polyphony
WQXR
05.16.11
New York Polyphony
New York Polyphony and Indaba Music Announce “Devices & Desires,” a Gregorian Chant Remix Competition
04.15.11
New York Polyphony
We Sing the Theory of Evolution
Smith College
02.18.11
New York Polyphony
OPUS 3 ARTISTS SIGNS VOCAL ENSEMBLE NEW YORK POLYPHONY
01.06.11
New York Polyphony
New Sounds: Listener Poll Show for 2010
WNYC
12.28.10
New York Polyphony
New Classical Tracks: The Best of 2010
Minnesota Public Radio
12.19.10
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New York Polyphony: A Welcome "Jingle Bell" Antidote
Music in Cincinnati
12.14.10
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Classical music review: New York Polyphony delivers a fine-tuned, sophisticated show in Dallas Chamber Music series
Dallas News
11.06.10
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All-male vocal quartet simply exquisite
Denver Post
10.20.10
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Regional Spotlight: New York Polyphony
Minnesota Public Radio
07.02.10
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Editor’s Pick: Tudor City
Ariama
05.21.10
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Album: New York Polyphony, Tudor City (Avie)
The Independent
09.18.09
New York Polyphony
Quartet mixes modern attitude, medieval works
The Denver Post

Praised for a “rich, natural sound that’s larger and more complex than the sum of its parts,” (National Public Radio) New York Polyphony is one of the foremost vocal chamber ensembles active today. The four men, “singers of superb musicianship and vocal allure,” (The New Yorker) give vibrant, modern voice to repertoire ranging from Gregorian chant to cutting-edge compositions. Their dedication to innovative programming, as well as a focus on rare and rediscovered Renaissance and medieval works, has not only earned New York Polyphony two GRAMMY nominations and wide acclaim, but also helped to move early music into the classical mainstream.

Commissioning new works has been central to the mission of New York Polyphony since their founding in 2006. Both in performance and on recording, the ensemble has demonstrated a commitment to presenting contemporary compositions that explore the boundaries between ancient and modern music. They have forged relationships with numerous composers, including established artists such as Richard Rodney Bennett, Jonathan Berger and Jackson Hill, emerging talents Bora Yoon and Gregory Brown, and prominent figures such as Gabriel Jackson and Andrew Smith. In January 2017, as part of Miller Theatre at Columbia University's Early Music Series, New York Polyphony premiered The Vespers Sequence, a multi-movement setting of the Byzantine evening prayer service composed for the ensemble by Ivan Moody. Future projects include The Bitter Good by American composer Gregory Spears, for which the quartet was awarded a 2016 Commissioning Grant from Chamber Music America ... read full bio