Aura Polyphonica is New Jersey's early music collegium in residence at historic Christ Church in New Brunswick. Our performance specialty is 15th and 16th century polyphony. Contact Aura Polyphonica at our website: facebook.com/aurapolyphonica #Renaissance
The Engelchor Consort is an early-music ensemble specializing in Medieval and Renaissance music for recorders and other early instruments. This group of four Princeton area women has been performing together for more than 30 years at events ranging from lecture/demonstrations at area schools and colleges to concerts at venues such as the annual Early Music Festival at the Grounds for Sculpture. The Consort enjoys exploring the great range of early music as well as new music
La Spirita Consort of Viols consists of Mary Benton, Patricia Hlafter, David Moulton, and Judith Klotz. The ensemble performs Renaissance and Baroque music with voice and treble, tenor and bass viols, often with guest singers and other gambists. They specialize in the polyphony of the 17th century, including the English composers William Byrd, Orlando Gibbons, John Jenkins, and Henry Purcell, and the Italian Giovanni Gabrieli. The viola da gamba is a Renaissance stringed i
Mostly Motets is a vocal ensemble made up of fifteen musicians from the Yardley/Princeton area, singing under the direction of Timothy Carpenter. The organization was founded in 1996 as a sight-singing group but it quickly evolved into a performing chamber choir with several concert engagements each year. Many of the singers of Mostly Motets are former or current members of Princeton Pro Musica.
Others have sung with Princeton Opera Association, the Westminster Choir, the
Riverview Early Music is based in Bucks County, PA and strives to present enjoyable performances of Early Music from the Medieval, Renaissance, and Early Baroque periods with special attention to the various plucked string instruments that evolved throughout those periods, like lutes, theorbo, cittern, baroque guitar, and renaissance guitar. Depending on the repertory and venue, Riverview Early Music may appear as a lute and song duo consisting of John Orluk Lacombe and Abiga
Vox Fidelis is a professional choir, under the direction of Timothy J. Smith, that specializes in Renaissance polyphony, its cultivation and promotion, and its place in the traditional sacred liturgy. Vox Fidelis prepares concerts and leads various church services throughout the tri-state area, including Vespers, Compline, Lessons, and Carols, Lenten meditation, and music for Benediction. Visit Vox Fidelis on Facebook at www.facebook.com/#/group.php?gid=175666457444 and the n
Zorzal (Spanish for wood thrush) is a vocal and instrumental ensemble dedicated to the performance of Spanish, Sephardic, and Latin American music from the 12th century to the present. We focus on works that reflect how musical elements from Spain are influenced by and influence other musical cultures, including those from African, Native American, Sephardic, Arabic and other European sources. We ourselves are a crossroads, bringing together a variety of musical backgrounds,