‘Pronounced “eye tonna”, it could mean “the farm in the marshes”, or 'the settlement by the stream”, It appears in the Domesday Book as the Anglo-Saxon name for Long Eaton in Derbyshire, where Aitone is based ... We are a mixed a capella group singing a range of music from the 11th to the 18th centuries, including Anglo-Saxon chant, West Gallery psalmody, medieval English discant and Renaissance music. Whenever possible our music is freshly edited from the original sources, providing authentic and sometimes surprising new interpretations of pieces.’

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‘At its core, Amici Voices is a consort group of around twelve singers. It is, however, a versatile unit and can be heard in a variety of combinations, involving all or just a few of the singers. Its initial aims were to approach the large scale works of Bach as a group of soloists familiar with each others voices and used to singing together on a regular basis. From this, the group has moved beyond just the yearly Passion performances to concerts and solo appearances across the UK.’

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‘The British a cappella ensemble Apollo5 has been praised for its engaging and entertaining performances. With a repertoire ranging from retro jazz, pop and classical arrangements to Christmas a cappella, they are adept performers on the concert platform, at festivals, private parties and corporate events ... Apollo5 is part of the VCM Foundation, and is involved in its innovative education programme aiming to inspire creativity through music.’

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'Has gained a reputation as Europe’s finest female a cappella quintet. For over 25 years the ensemble has captivated global audiences with their singing and performances in the black oral tradition – an early music form that is based on the ancient folklores and story telling of Africa and the Diaspora and which has impacted on the development of classical and more recent music genres such as blues and jazz.'

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‘Scotland's leading professional vocal consort specialising in medieval, renaissance and contemporary music ... We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to sing ... Cappella Nova offers all kinds of ways for everyone and anyone to get involved in singing, with events that suit a everyone from the complete beginner to the experienced amateur.’

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‘Vocal sextet specialising in the performance of renaissance polyphony ... Formed in March 2014 for a performance of Gesualdo’s Tenebrae Responsories for Maundy Thursday, the ensemble has since gone on to perform numerous concerts around the UK ...’

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'Acclaimed for their life-affirming virtuosity and irresistible charm, The King's Singers are in global demand. Their work – synonymous with the best in vocal ensemble performance – appeals to a vast international audience.'

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‘Originally formed from a group of young participants on Lacock Courses, and still retaining a close association with these events, The Lacock Scholars are dedicated to small-ensemble, a capella consort singing of Renaissance polyphonic music and plainsong. We are inspired by our association with St Cuthbert's Church, Earl's Court, and explore the relationship between concert performance, liturgical observance, and the creation of unified, holistic experiences for our audiences.‘

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‘Known for its engaging performances and imaginative programming, the group draws its members from amongst the very best young singers on the early music scene today. They normally sing one to a part (dependent on the repertoire) with smaller vocal forces allowing clarity of texture and subtlety and flexibility of interpretation that illuminate the music for performer and audience alike. The Marian Consort is also committed to inspiring a love of singing in others, and has led participatory workshops for a wide range of ages and abilities.’

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'Founded in 2011 and based in the Bath area, this group consists of a Men’s Choir and Cornucopia Horn Quartet ... Formed originally to perform Schubert’s wonderful “Nachtgesang im Walde”, a repertoire of glorious Romantic music is now being explored, including works by Mendelssohn, Schumann, Wagner and Bruckner.'

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‘Established by the late Joy Nicol, and comprises experienced, auditioned singers, who all reside in the Nottinghamshire area ... A distinctive characteristic of Mirabilé is to present in the first part of their concerts, works from the vast, yet seldom performed, classical female choral repertoire from the sixteenth to the twentieth centuries, and to focus the second part on more varied non classical repertoire ... Mirabilé has an active concert diary and has taken part in both national and international festivals.’

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‘Formed in 2000, with the aim of injecting new blood into the Welsh choir tradition. September 2013 saw a complete reinvention of the group as the choir became a honed and toned 8-piece vocal ensemble. The 8 men bring both a new sound and a more varied and eclectic repertoire to the mix, from Welsh folksongs and hymns to music theatre and opera, barbershop and swing to pop ...’

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'Six-part, male voice a capella ensemble based in Windsor Castle, United Kingdom, living and working within the Castle walls. Drawn from the ranks of the Choir of St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, they keep a busy schedule of concert and recording engagements. Their repertoire spans sacred and secular music from the Middle Ages to the present day.'

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'This talented ensemble of 10 female singers has established a remarkable reputation for the range, quality and commitment of every performance. Whether singing a cappella or joining forces with outstanding local, national and international musicians – piano, harp, flute, organ and baroque ensemble have featured on the programmes to date – Seraphim’s original aspiration remains constant: to deliver "beautiful sounds in beautiful spaces".'

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‘Founded in 1973 by their director, Peter Phillips. Through their recordings and concert performances, they have established themselves as the leading exponents of Renaissance sacred music throughout the world ... The Tallis Scholars continue to develop their exclusive sound, praised by reviewers for its supple clarity and tone, and to bring fresh interpretations to music by contemporary as well as past composers, such as Pärt, Tavener, Whitacre, Muhly and Jackson.‘

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‘A close harmony group formed from the Choral Scholars of the Choir of King’s College. As Choral Scholars the singers follow the daily routine of Chapel services throughout term, as well as undertaking a busy concert and recording schedule in the vacations, often working with leading orchestras, most frequently the Academy of Ancient Music ... The King's Men, however, functions as separate from the main Choir, and is run entirely by the members of the group itself, all of whom are undergraduates at King's College, studying a range of different subjects. It performs regularly around Britain.’

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‘Founded in 1963 ... For more than half a century, The Swingles have pushed the boundaries of vocal music. The seven young singers that make up today’s London-based group are driven by the same innovative spirit that has defined the five-time Grammy® winners since they first made waves in the 1960s. At a time when a cappella music is more popular than ever, The Swingles are recognised as masters of their craft.’

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‘One of the most exciting and versatile vocal groups in the world. The multi award-winning ensemble fulfils an international annual touring schedule across Europe, the USA, Asia and Africa ... With a specialism in classical choral music, the group performs repertoire ranging from Renaissance polyphony to unique Jazz and Pop arrangements. The ensemble regularly commissions and collaborates with world-renowned contemporary composers ... VOCES8 is passionate about music education and is the flagship ensemble of the music charity VCM Foundation.’

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