An acclaimed conductor and scholar of Renaissance and Medieval music, Paul van Nevel is specially referred to as the founder and director from the vocal group the Huelgas Outfit. Truck Nevel’s passionate curiosity about Medieval and Renaissance music shows his perception that modern lifestyle, being fundamentally visible, neglects a simple facet of its background. According to Truck Nevel, a lot of people who are aware of the artworks of Bosch, Truck Eyck, and Memling, understand nothing at all about the music these great performers listened to. Truck Nevel called his group after Todas las Huelgas Codex, a significant source of understanding of 13th hundred years music. This codex was created on the Cistercian convent near Burgos, Spain, the Monasterio de Santa Maria la True de Todas las Huelgas. Truck Nevel spends a lot of his period researching and transcribing early music, and several of his transcriptions have already been released by Bärenreiter. Among his scholarly magazines certainly are a monograph on Johannes Ciconia, an article on Nicolas Gombert and Flemish polyphony, and a report from the Franco-Flemish design of North France through the Renaissance. Furthermore to leading the Huelgas Outfit, Truck Nevel has made an appearance as visitor conductor numerous groups, like the Nederlandse Bach Vereniging, the Collegium Vocale Gent, as well as the Nederlands Kamerkoor. A lecturer on the Sweelinck College of Music in Amsterdam, he shows prospective choir experts the concepts of notation, transcription, and interpretation of early music. The documenting tasks conceived for the Huelgas Outfit are often related to a particular period and place. One of these can be La Pellegrina, which features music which might have been utilized as entertainment in the 1598 wedding ceremony from the Grand Duke Ferdinando de Medici and Christine of Lorraine. Vehicle Nevel continues to be instrumental in getting to the general public the music of several Medieval and Renaissance experts, including Agricola and Mattheus Pipelare. Under his command, the Huelgas Outfit received numerous documenting prizes, like the Edison Prize, the First Award from the Compact disc Compact Records Honours of 1991, the Diapason d’Or (double), the de Caecilia Prize, the Snepvangers Prize from the Belgian Music Press, the German ECHO Award, the Cannes Classical Prize, as well as the French Prix in Honorem in the Académie Charles Cros.