Performers of music from the Baroque, Renaissance, Medieval and earlier periods with voice as the predominant medium; artists, small groups, choirs. Suggestions for sites to be listed are encouraged via the "add URL" label at page top - criticism and comments are very welcome at the "editor" active text at page bottom.
All-female vocal ensemble. News, biographies, discography with sample tracks, and information about performing editions of their music.
An all-women vocal ensemble from Bologna, Italy, consisting of a core of 8-10 singers with continuo. Includes concert programs and a discography with audio samples.
Professional vocal ensemble from Scotland, specialising in early and contemporary music.
Specialising in the courtly and popular music of Renaissance Scotland, played on early wind, stringed and keyboard instruments, and voices. Profile, details of recordings, and concert listing.
Based in Lincoln, Nebraska; specializes in music composed before 1750.
Traditional secular Madrigal performances. Repertoire; booking information; based in Québec, Canada.
Gloriana is a Melbourne-based vocal ensemble of eighteen voices specialising in the performance of Renaissance and twentieth century choral music.
Choir sings great choral literature in the Sunday morning services at The Memorial Church, as well as presents the annual Carol Services and concerts. A select group of eighteen sings for the daily Morning Prayer services in Appleton Chapel; the volunteer members of the Festival Choir join for special occasions.
Vocal ensemble performing Italian and English music of the sixteenth and seventeenth century. Biography, discography and event calendar.
A fan site for these 'six healthy Englishmen.'
Trio performs madrigals, art songs, Celtic folk tunes, and Period pub songs. Schedule, biographies, CDs and audio files.
John Bradley directs this small, New York based ensemble committed to historically informed performances of music composed between 1450-1650. Concert information includes ticket prices and venue directions.
A capella singers of Portland Maine under the direction of Harold Stover.
Sequentia aims to reconstruct the living musical traditions of medieval Europe. Check their tour schedule, read their biography, view their discography.
One of the UK's foremost early music ensembles. Gramophone Award Winners. The Byrd Edition: a complete recorded survey of the works of William Byrd
Group is part of the Amherst College Choral Society and performs traditional madrigals and bawdy songs. Biographies, events schedule, contact information.
Performing period repertoire from 1050 to 1500.
Early music choral group with a supporting orchestra, concentrating on the heritage of early English polyphony, the masterpieces of the Renaissance as well as a diversity of twentieth century choral work.
Introducing the young Austrian Ensemble which has been performing for several years, concentrating on music of the Renaissance.
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