New album by Les Voix humaines duo. Susie Napper & Margaret Little, violas de gamba.

The Conseil québécois de la musique awarded Les Voix humaines the Opus Award – Disc of the year – Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music – for John Dowland: Lachrimae, Les Voix humaines, Nigel North, ATMA Classique.

Le Monde de Sainte-Colombe is a compilation drawn from recordings of the complete Concerts à deux violes esgales by the viol duo Les Voix humaines.

Come listen to our new program with British tenor Charles Daniels! A life-cycle of songs and suites from the European union of Handel’s birth: Purcell, Jenkins, Blow, Akeroyde, Lawes. We wish to express our gratitude to the Conseil des arts de Montréal for supporting this project.

Charles Daniels, tenor
Antoine Mallette-Chénier, triple-harp
Susie Napper & Margaret Little, bass viols

Festival Montréal Baroque
Friday, June 22, 2018 at 9pm., Rotonde du MAC

From the tavern to the theatre, with Charles Daniels, tenor, and Antoine Malette-Chénier, triple harp.

Come celebrate François Couperin’s birthday with Susie & Margaret!
Couperin, Marais & Rameau
Private salon in downtown Montreal, Thursday May 31 at 7 pm
Wine and Susie’s Delicacies
Tickets: $50 tax included
30 seats – reserve now!

Our new CD has just been released! We hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed recording it last summer! British lutenist Nigel North joins viol consort Les Voix humaines for Lachrimae, a new recording of John Dowland’s 1604 compositions set for lute and viols. Passionate pavans, galiards, and almands evoke the tears referred to in the title.

Nigel North, lute
Les Voix humaines Consort of Viols :
Mélisande Corriveau, Felix Deak, Margaret Little, Rafael Sanchez-Guevara, Susie Napper

We’re delighted to announce that Les Voix humaines are now represented worldwide by the SONUS Agency for Early Music, direction: Andrea Braun. For concerts in Canada, please contact Les Voix humaines directly.

Susie Napper and Margaret Little were in Paris with the exceptional tenor Charles Daniels and the luthist Fred Jacobs to offer a recital of moving works by brothers Henry and William Lawes …