Rescheduled to May 7th, 2022 at 5 pm

Bethesda Lutheran Church, New Haven

No Noise nor Sil​ence

Baroque music from England and France

Parker Ramsay,  harpsichord

Nathan Hodgson, tenor

Arnie Tanimoto, viola da gamba


Sunday, April 3, 2022, at 5 pm

St. Thomas's Episcopal Church, New Haven

My Beloved is Mine

Musical settings of the biblical Song of Songs

Elm City Consort in collaboration with the Schola Antiqua choir of St. Thomas's Episcopal Church will explore ways in which the evocative, erotic text of the Song of Songs has inspired composers for the past 500 years.  


​​2021-2022 Season

We are very excited about resuming live performances in October, 2021. Please check back frequently for updates to the information below. If you would like to be on our email list for information about all of our concerts, please send a message to  elmcityconsort@gmail.com.

"Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth."  Linocut, 2003, by   Mordechai Beck, with permission from the artist.

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Elizabeth Baber Weaver, soprano

Elisa Sutherland, mezzo-soprano

Daniel McGrew, tenor

Andrew Padgett, bass

Grant Herreid, lute

Priscilla Herreid, winds

Michael Rigsby, vielle

Sunday, February 20, 2022 at 5 pm

​First Presbyterian Church, New Haven

Douce dame: Women and the Ars Nova

With the assistance of Yale professor Anna Zayaruznaya,  Elm City Consort will dig beneath the familiar tropes of courtly love poetry to examine the real and imagined lives of 14th-century women through the music of Guillaume de Machaut and Phillipe de Vitry and the words of Christine de Pizan. 

Elm city consort

Sunday, October 17th, 2021, at 5 pm

Bethesda Lutheran Church, New Haven 

On Cupid's Path

17th-century Italian songs, duets, and arias

Sherezade Panthaki, soprano and

Mischa Bouvierbaritone

     with the Elm City Consort