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J O I N    U S

We are currently recruiting sopranos and altos.


If you're an excellent sight-reader and are confident singing in smaller groups, unaccompanied, we'd love you to hear from you.

F E A T U R E D   R E V I E W S

"Outstanding performance from an incredibly talented ensemble and passionate conductor. Polyphony which truly enriches the soul. Thank you for a memorable and most enjoyable evening!"

Stefan Hoppe

Helped by a wonderful acoustic, we knew from the very first perfectly balanced chord that we were in for a treat. The blend and balance in the sound was enviable with no individual voices sticking out. And the repertoire was something of a revelation. Congratulations one and all.

Neil Price

“Thank you so much for arranging such an enjoyable event last Monday. It was simply the best couple of hours' practical music making in which I have ever participated.”

​Richard Turbet

In common with many musical groups, we were unable to perform during the lockdown owing to restrictions arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.  During this time we found alternative ways of bringing Renaissance music to you, which we hope to continue now that we are back to live performance.


We are incredibly grateful to our generous supporters for their kind donations over recent months, which have helped to sustain the choir. Any donations you feel able to give us will enable us to continue to bring you online content and to present concerts now that restrictions allow.

E V E N T S​

How shall we sing the Lord's song?

Saturday 11 February 2023, 7.30pm
St. Pancras Church, London, NW1 2BA

Guest Director: Gareth Wilson


Marc’Antonio Ingegneri (1535/6-1592) enjoys but brief mention in history books as a composer of madrigals, contemporary of Palestrina, and, perhaps most notably, teacher of Claudio Monteverdi, who sang as a chorister at Cremona cathedral where Ingegneri was maestro di capella. Despite being at the forefront of the liturgical reforms proposed by the Council of Trent, his sacred music has fallen into neglect.


Using fresh new editions of his music, this concert will offer a programme demonstrating the emotional and imaginative breadth of a compositional master whose contribution to the history of music demands better recognition.

F E A T U R E D   R E C O R D I N G
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