The Sherwood Consort is an American early music group founded in 1995 in Berkeley, California, and specialized in medieval music, particularly of England. The director is Mary Devlin. The vocal director and vocal coach for several of their recordings was Renée Fladen-Kamm.
- Between March & April (1997)
- Robin Loves Me (1998)
- One Day as I Went Riding (2002)
- Early music news - Page 3 San Francisco Early Music Society - 2002 "Ms. Devlin is currently working on a new Sherwood Consort project, "Love Songs for Valentine's Day," a concert to be produced in February, a solo concert involving ancient Irish lyrics set to medieval melodies, as well as several recording "
- Madame Jane: A Romance - Page 534 Mary Devlin - 2003 About the author - Ms. Devlin is also an accomplished vocalist. Classically trained in both opera and bel canto, she was a folk singer for a number of years before discovering medieval and Renaissance music. Presently she directs the Sherwood Consort, ..."