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The King’s Consort

The King’s Consort

The King's Consort is one of the world's leading period instrument orchestras and choirs. Its many recordings have won many prestigious international awards and sold more than 1,500,000 copies.



Handel: Your Tuneful Voice
Handel: Your Tuneful Voice
Iestyn Davies sings a lovely selection of Handel's arias with the King's Consort and Robert King. 

VIVAT105  

24-bits of Christmas
24-bits of Christmas
Our fantastic 24-bits of Christmas collection 2013. 

MIX XMAS2013  

Monteverdi: Heaven and Earth
Monteverdi: Heaven and Earth
This album features an outstanding collection of vocal music by Claudio Monteverdi. 

VIVAT104  

Couperin: Trois Lecons de Tenebres
Couperin: Trois Lecons de Tenebres
The King’s Consort presents its glorious, critically acclaimed second release on their label, VIVAT. 

VIVAT 102  

I was glad - Sacred music of Stanford and Parry
I was glad - Sacred music of Stanford and Parry
The King’s Consort performs a brilliant and highly authentic rendition of English ceremonial music. 

VIVAT 101  

Founded 32 years ago, TKC continues to perform widely under its founder artistic director, Robert King, appearing both as a chamber ensemble, and as an orchestra, and working with its highly acclaimed Choir of The King's Consort, who have also appeared on the sound tracks of Hollywood films.

TKC's repertoire ranges from the sixteenth to the twenty-first centuries. Most famed for its performances of baroque repertoire by Bach, Handel, Purcell and Vivaldi, and classical works by Haydn and Mozart, TKC also performs nineteenth and twentieth century music by Brahms, Britten, Gershwin, Kern, Mendelssohn, Rossini and more. Contemporary composers who have written for TKC include Michael Finnissy and Michael Berkeley.
Gramophone Critics name John Passion their pick of 2013
19 December 2013
The Dunedin Consort bestseller is chosen twice!
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Linn tops the Herald's Classical Top 10 of 2013
18 December 2013
Linn is one and two!
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MusicWeb International
'I recommend not waiting till next year to buy this recording'