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Concordia viol consort, founded by Mark Levy and Joanna Levine, plays English music of the golden age and a wide range of renaissance and baroque repertoire from Italy, Spain, Germany and France.  Concordia works with guest artists on other instruments and, above all, the human voice; regular collaborators including countertenors Robin Blaze and James Bowman, tenor James Gilchrist, baritone Peter Harvey and soprano Rachel Elliott.  Perhaps because of the breadth and appeal of its stimulating programming, which also includes new commissions, contemporary dance and poetry, Concordia is now one of the most active British chamber groups, appearing at the Wigmore Hall, festivals throughout the country and major venues across Europe.

The regular members of Concordia are: Mark Levy, Joanna Levine, Emilia Benjamin, Reiko Ichise, Alison McGillivray and Markus Tapio, viols; Elizabeth Kenny, lute; and Gary Cooper, organ/ harpsichord.

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Photo: Jamie Campbell