Small and dynamic chamber choir specialising in polyphonic repertoire of the 15th and 16th centuries.

About

Founded in 1987 and now led by Ben McKee, New Renaissance Voices is a small and dynamic choir of talented singers, passionate about bringing Renaissance polyphony alive.The choir has long been established at Southwark Cathedral, with regular concerts in churches across London and further afield. Recent highlights have included Greenwich Early Music Festival and the Big Sing, as well as special performances for the Archbishop of Canterbury and artist, Edmund de Waal.’Fayrfax’s long, florid phrases wound upwards and outwards from the choir like entwining threads of gold, embracing an enraptured audience in a tapestry of sound, beautiful sound’. – Bachtrack

A small and dynamic chamber choir specialising in polyphonic repertoire of the 15th and 16th centuries.