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Thank you for your intrest in Voces Thules. Please feel free to contact us via vocesthules(at)vocesthules.is
Press contact and agent:
Arngerður Árnadóttir firstname.lastname@example.org
Voces Thules has performed in many international festivals such as Utrecht Early Music Festival (2001) and Bergen Arts Festival (2002) as well as several occasions at Reykjavik Arts Festival (1006, 1998, 2006) and Skálholt Summer Concerts (1998, 2002, 2005, 2008). In 2005 they toured 15 cities of Japan, performing to an audience of aproximately 30.000 people. Their host in Japan was the Min-on foundation. Voces Thules has also toured widely in Europe and worked with various companies of the performing arts such as Iceland Dance Company, Iceland Symphony Orchestra and Nederlands Blasers Ensemble.
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8 Responses to “Contact”
Ulrich Menzel Says:
October 8th, 2011 at %I:%M %p
I saw your concert here in Frankfurt/Germany last Saturday and just wanted to tell you how much I liked it. Particularly the second part of the concert with the “Sturlunga” music. I also bought your CD of it, which is wonderful. The venue for the concert should have been bigger, but since it took part in an old abbey (now part of a museum), we (the audience) were closer to your impressive group of singers and instrumentalists. Thanks very much for a very enjoyable evening, since I like medieval music a lot.
I have a question: I have been looking for your version of the Icelandic folk song “Krummavísur”, which has appeared on a CD entitled “Íslandsklukkur”, which, however, seems to be out of print. Can you help me find it, maybe in an Icelandic online record store? Thanks so much in advance.
October 19th, 2011 at %I:%M %p
Thank you very much, very happy you liked our concert. The cd you were asking for is available on http://www.eymundsson.is
Kind regards, Arngerður
Jed A. Says:
June 3rd, 2012 at %I:%M %p
I agree with the above comment by Ulrich Menzel. Please reprint Islandsklukkur! The songs I have heard are awesome. I think there is a lot of demand for that album. I also have Sturlunga, and it’s great!
Come play in Canada
Deborah van der Goes Says:
October 29th, 2013 at %I:%M %p
I found your website and wonder if you have plans for September 2014? I am part of a Renaissance performance group, Heart’s Ease. We will actually be in Iceland for 2 days next September. I’d rather hear you than much anything else. THank you.
December 2nd, 2013 at %I:%M %p
Hello everyone. I found 3 items:
The whole cd on YouTube:
The CD for sale digital (single songs + album)
Hope that helps
July 8th, 2014 at %I:%M %p
Last year I was at a workshop you gave in Haarlem (Holland) and you learned us the song ó flaskan mín fríða. You told us then that it originally was a song about Maria. Is it possible to send me the text of thet version of the song or could you tell me where I can find it?
I reaaly enjoyed the workshop and the concert you gave in Haarlem. tnx.
Old Music Monday: Voces Thules and the music of Medieval Iceland | kuratory: curated curiosity Says:
August 3rd, 2015 at %I:%M %p
[...] been looking into the music scene, and especially the early music scene. I discovered Voces Thules, an early medieval and renaissance Icelandic music vocal group. They started off in 1992 [...]
February 23rd, 2016 at %I:%M %p
Is it possible to buy your album Sturlunga online ?