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  • Anonymous 4 - All-female vocal ensemble. News, biographies, discography with sample tracks, and information about performing editions of their music.
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  • Capella Artemisia - 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.
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  • Cappella Nova - Professional vocal ensemble from Scotland, specialising in early and contemporary music.
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  • The Cardinall's Musick - 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
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  • Coronach - 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.
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  • Dulces Voces - Based in Lincoln, Nebraska; specializes in music composed before 1750.
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  • Ensemble Cantabile - Traditional secular Madrigal performances. Repertoire; booking information; based in Québec, Canada.
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  • Gloriana Vocal Ensemble - Gloriana is a Melbourne-based vocal ensemble of eighteen voices specialising in the performance of Renaissance and twentieth century choral music.
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  • Harvard University Choir - 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.
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  • I Fagiolini - Vocal ensemble performing Italian and English music of the sixteenth and seventeenth century. Biography, discography and event calendar.
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  • King's Singers - A fan site for these 'six healthy Englishmen.'
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  • MadriGALS - Trio performs madrigals, art songs, Celtic folk tunes, and Period pub songs. Schedule, biographies, CDs and audio files.
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  • The Mads - Group is part of the Amherst College Choral Society and performs traditional madrigals and bawdy songs. Biographies, events schedule, contact information.
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  • The Orlando Consort - Performing period repertoire from 1050 to 1500.
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  • Polyhymnia - 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.
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  • Renaissance Voices - A capella singers of Portland Maine under the direction of Harold Stover.
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  • Sequentia - Sequentia aims to reconstruct the living musical traditions of medieval Europe. Check their tour schedule, read their biography, view their discography.
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  • The Sixteen - 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.
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  • Vienna Vocal Consort - Introducing the young Austrian Ensemble which has been performing for several years, concentrating on music of the Renaissance.
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