As an ensemble of variable size, cantoLX easily adapts to different repertoires, while taking into account historical research and also taking part in the debate about the number of singers per part. The ensemble’s core soloists guarantees a signature sound, that transpires in its different formations.



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„Das ‚alt-moderne‘ Psalmodieren des Renaissancekomponisten de Morales und das ‚modern-alte‘ Psalmodieren Arvo Pärts verschmolzen zu totaler Einheitlichkeit. Dies vor allem durch die exemplarisch homogene Vortragsweise auf der Empore von Marivi Blasco (Sopran), Jonathan de Ceuster (Kontertenor), Vincent Lesage (Tenor) und Jean-Paul Majerus (Bass), diskret und stilbewusst von Frank Agsteribbe an der Orgel assistiert. Ein Modell von schwereloser, lichter und schlichter solistischer Vokaldarbietung!“
Loll Weber – Luxemburger Wort

“The ensemble cantoLX follow up the success of their recording of the complete volume I of Girolamo Frescobaldi’s Arie Musicali (1630) with this recording of volume II. The group’s six singers, who appear as soloists and equally effectively as an ensemble, are supported by a reduced continuo team of theorbo and harpsichord. It has to be said that this very much throws the spotlight on to the singers, who however exploit this added exposure with some highly dramatic evocations of their texts, employing beautifully expressive singing and neatly applied ornaments.”
Early Music Review

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