The Orlando Consort is a British vocal consort which is best known for performing renaissance choral music one voice to a part. The Consort was founded in 1988 as part of the activities of the Early Music Centre of Great Britain, a forerunner of the NCEM, York.
The four founding members were:
- Robert Harre-Jones (countertenor)
- Charles Daniels (tenor)
- Angus Smith (tenor)
- Donald Greig (baritone)
The four current members are:
- Matthew Venner - counter tenor
- Mark Dobell - tenor
- Angus Smith - tenor
- Donald Greig - baritone
The Consort has also performed and recorded with the jazz quarter Perfect Houseplants.
For Metronome, DG Archiv and Harmonia Mundi USA.
- Group biography (Official website)
- The Orlando Consort's Discography at the Early Music FAQ.
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