The vocal ensemble A Sei Voci is situated in the French city of Sablé-sur-Sarthe and was founded in 1977. The name, normally, is so provided as the group uniformly includes six regular member voices, although additional performers and instrumentalists are added as each task they undertake may necessitate. A Sei Voci was founded with the goal of recovering vocal functions from your Baroque and Renaissance intervals that were not really yet revived or elsewhere known to the general public. In early stages, A Sei Voci founded itself like a force to become reckoned with through some concerts, held generally in continental European countries, where the “visible” show demonstrated of equal curiosity to that provided in the music. A Sei Voci also became known through several outstanding recordings designed for the French firm Erato, where in fact the group was frequently defined as “Outfit a sei voci.” In 1991, A Sei Voci was reorganized with unique member Bernard Fabré-Garrus called as head, and in those days the shortened type of the name became long lasting. Under Fabré-Garrus’ command, the group flourished and shortly found itself able to negotiate a fresh recording agreement with Auvidis Astrée. Fortunately, this arrangement were able to survive Astrée’s absorption with the French mass media large Naïve. A Sei Voci provides recorded functions by Gesualdo, Josquin Desprez, Charles d’Helfer, Janequin, Monteverdi, Jommelli, and many more, and its own trophy case is normally filled up with multiple honours and citations of difference, like the Choc de Musique, Diapason d’Or, as well as the Grand Prix du Disque from the Académie de Charles Cros, to mention just a couple. A Sei Voci is normally no longer simply limited by Renaissance and Baroque books, but is currently known because of its shows in functions of Mahler and Brahms. Because the starting of Fabré-Garrus’ directorship, A Sei Voci provides furthermore reached out to modern composers aswell and has provided premieres of brand-new functions by composers such as for example Thierry Escaich and Jean-François Zygel.