Consortium Vocale Oslo
Consortium Vocale Oslo, founded in 1985, is a male vocal ensemble based at Oslo Cathedral. Since 1998 the ensemble has specialized in Gregorian chant under the direction of Alexander M. Schweitzer. Under Schweitzer’s guidance the group has dedicated itself to the palaeographic study of medieval manuscripts, to an appropriation of the theological-spiritual dimension of the Gregorian repertoire, and to an interpretation of Gregorian chant according to semiological principles.
Under the leadership of Alexander M. Schweitzer, Consortium Vocale Oslo has released six CDs of Gregorian chant in addition to the present recording: Laus mea Dominus (ASV Gaudeamus, 2002), Exaudiam eum (2L, 2007), Vultum tuum (EOS Verlag, 2008), Resurrexi (EOS Verlag, 2013), Salvum me fecit (EOS Verlag, 2016), Historia Sancti Olavi (Lawo classics 2016) and Mirabilia fecit Dominus (EOS Verlag, 2016). (Recordings)
- June 15th at Museum of Oslo: Members of Consortium Vocale Oslo will sing at the book launch of Karl Gervin´s book about the monastery on Hovedøya, Oslofjord
- May 19, 2019 – Consortium Vocale Oslo attends gregorian mass in Oslo Cathedral
- March 24, 2019: Consortium Vocale and Schola St. Hallvard singing at Maria Message Day Mass in Grønland church, Oslo
- February 10, 2019 at. 11.00: Consortium Vocale participates at the High mass in Bragernes Church, Drammen, Norway. Music: Charles Marie Widor: Mass
- 6th of January: Concert in Oslo Cathedral: The three Kings (De konger tre)