The Carice Singers
The Carice Singers is a British vocal ensemble with a “beauty of tone” and “musicality” that “few can match” (Gramophone Magazine). Since its founding in 2011, the choir has performed at many festivals and venues throughout the British Isles and in Germany in addition to making recordings for Naxos and the BBC Music Magazine.
Named after Elgar’s daughter, the ensemble is led by its Founder and Conductor George Parris in its commitment to bringing a new translucent sound and an interpretation-driven approach to a wide spectrum of repertoire, presented in diverse and engaging programmes. The ensemble also exists to facilitate the development of its conductor and singers by providing them with the opportunities to enhance their own curiosity, discovery, and professionalism.
The Carice Singers’ three discs of British choral music for the Naxos label have been praised for their “captivating interpretations” (Choir & Organ Magazine) and “beautifully blended tone” (The Guardian).