Jennie Cassidy, Helen Garrison
and Belinda Sykes bring a wealth of experience and research to their performance, incorporating improvisation and recreating the art of the medieval singer.
'The sweetest nightingale of the evening' was how the press described Helen Garrison
whilst a choral scholar in Cambridge.
Noted for her purity of tone, sensitive musicality and wide vocal range, she has since performed and recorded with many of the top choirs in the country including the Taverner Choir, English Voices, A Cappella Portuguesa, The Cambridge Taverner Choir, Capella Nova, BBC Daily Service Singers, The Chapel Royal Tower of London and the London Handel Festival Choir, and she is a member of the choir of St Mary's, Bourne St. As a soloist she has performed with many groups all over the world, as well as giving recitals, accompanied by her husband.
She combines her singing with a distinguished career as a radio broadcaster, and is currently a senior producer for BBC Radio 3.