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Austin360.com, Dec. 18, 2013
by Luke Quinton

Review: Ensemble VIII’s “Lessons and Carols from King’s”

This Christmas concert at St. Louis Catholic Church Chapel Tuesday night started with a deep resonant bass of organ pipes at close range…Read More

 

Austin Chronicle, May 10, 2013
By Adam Roberts

Up at VIII

With its heartbeat pulsing at Austin’s tempo, choral group Ensemble VIII continues to climb… Read More


Austin Chronicle, Jan. 4, 2013
By Adam Roberts 

Top 10 Ensembles of 2012

The year’s most memorable groupings in classical music, dance, and theatre

In no order:
1) ENSEMBLE VIII Within a few years, we’ll see this choral ensemble’s name alongside the most distinguished in its genre… Read More


Austin Chronicle, Oct. 19, 2012
By Adam Roberts

God and Man, Time and Space: Echoes of the Sistine Chapel

Ensemble VIII is destined for great things… Read More


Austin Chronicle, March 2, 2012
By Robert Faires 

‘Tenebrae—Shadows of France’
Ensemble VIII gets dark 

I know, I know, Easter isn’t even on your radar at this point. You’ve only just recovered from Mardi Gras… Read More


Austin American-Statesman, Oct. 11, 2011

By Jeanne Claire Van Ryzin

New choral group finds a niche

Now might not seem the time to launch a new arts organization, with the stagnant economy. Especially an arts organization with a circumscribed artistic focus.

Or perhaps niche is what works nowadays… Read More


Austin Chronicle, May 20, 2011
By Michael Kellerman

Renaissance Splendour

This enchanting debut proved Ensemble VIII boasts singers of the highest order… Read More


Austin American-Statesman, May 16, 2011
By Luke Quinton

Review: Ensemble VIII’s ‘Renaissance Splendour’

With just eight singers, including artistic director James Morrow — singing bass and conducting from within — Ensemble VIII slid into a niche few knew existed… Read More


Austin American-Statesman, May 13, 2011
By Jeanne Claire van Ryzin

Ensemble VIII Debuts

The recession may have battered some arts organizations. But it hasn’t contained creativity… Read More (scroll down)


Austin American-Statesman, Oct. 15, 2011
By Jeanne Claire van Ryzin

New choral group finds a niche

Now might not seem the time to launch a new arts organization, with the stagnant economy. Especially an arts organization with a circumscribed artistic focus.

Or perhaps niche is what works nowadays… Read More


Austin Chronicle, May 20, 2011
By Michael Kellerman

Renaissance Splendour

This enchanting debut proved Ensemble VIII boasts singers of the highest order… Read More


Austin American-Statesman, May 16, 2011
By Luke Quinton

Review: Ensemble VIII’s ‘Renaissance Splendour’

With just eight singers, including artistic director James Morrow — singing bass and conducting from within — Ensemble VIII slid into a niche few knew existed… Read More


Austin American-Statesman, May 13, 2011
By Jeanne Claire van Ryzin 

Ensemble VIII Debuts

The recession may have battered some arts organizations. But it hasn’t contained creativity… Read More (scroll down)