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Cappella Amsterdam is a Dutch choir that has specialized in both early and contemporary music, experimenting with vocal techniques appropriate to each of these repertories. The group is noted for its distinctive vocal blend, which has attracted a variety of contemporary composers. The choir is one of the more durable ensembles on the Dutch scene, having been founded in 1970. The choir made its recording debut in 1997 with a recording of Ivan Moody's Passion and Resurrection. The group remained active, releasing the album Roland de Lassus: Inferno in 2020 and then the Renaissance-contemporary program In Umbra Mortis in 2021, David Lang: the writings (based on Hebrew biblical texts) in 2022, and a recording of Alfred Schnittke's Psalms of Repentance in 2023.

Amsterdam, Netherlands

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