Schola

Some articles on schola:

Sistine Chapel Choir - History - Middle Ages (c.600-c.1300)
... company of singers, under the name of schola cantorum, living together in a building devoted to their exclusive use ... The word "schola" was in those days the legal designation of an association of equals in any calling or profession and did not primarily denote, as in our time, a school ... For several centuries the papal "schola cantorum" retained the same general character ...
Schola Cantorum (disambiguation)
... Schola Cantorum (Latin "singers' school") can refer to Schola Cantorum, New York City Schola Cantorum de Paris, a musical academy set up in the late 19th century Schola cantorum (papal ...
Scholae - Non-military scholae
... guilds of notarii (notaries) called themselves one schola, or different scholae ... In the 4th century, Pope Sylvester I (died 335) was said to have founded the schola cantorum, reformed by Pope Gregory (died 604), but there was an oral (ie ... uncertain) tradition until the written proof for the foundation of this schola from the 8th century ...
Andreas Scholl - Biography - Musical Education
... either in London or at the early music conservatoire in Basel, the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis ... This resulted in Jacobs inviting Scholl to visit the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis ... Although the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis only offered post-graduate courses, Scholl was subsequently offered admission on the strength and quality of his voice after singing a Schubert song for ...
London Oratory School Schola
... The London Oratory School Schola was established in 1996 by John McIntosh OBE and is a choir for Catholic boys ... The current director of the Schola is Charles Cole ...