Cambridge's male-voice early music ensemble

Reviews & Feedback

De Profundis is an ensemble I admire.

De Profundis is one of the leading lights in the constellation.
Michael Noone (Ensemble Plus Ultra)

De Profundis – the real thing!
Robert Hollingworth (I Fagiolini)

De Profundis: such commitment, intelligence, musicality and sheer power.
David Skinner (Alamire)

What a delight to find such an expert choir committed to (re-)exploring the sacred music of the Renaissance with an up-to-date understanding of vital historical performance principles.
Andrew Parrott (Taverners)

On a par with the best of the choir’s professional counterparts.
Hugh Keyte, (Early Music Review)

This is a rare group indeed. One that combines passion for music with great vocal dexterity. I have rarely been so impressed with the stamina and vocal quality of such an ensemble. They have an understanding and commitment to 16th century music which is second to none.”
Andrew Carwood (The Cardinall’s Musick)

There is in life the occasional heart-stopping moment of such beauty and clarity that one gives thanks for simply being alive and able to experience such things. One such moment was last night as De Profundis started to sing Morales’ Parce mihi, Domine and their glorious singing soared throughout St John’s College Chapel. The whole programme was a triumph and all in the audience immensely privileged to be there. Thank you, De Profundis.
Saffron Walden Early Music

This is just a brief email to say how much I enjoyed the concert on Saturday. In fact I was totally bowled over by it – it counts in the top 5 concerts I have been to.
Audience Feedback

Such intensity, depth and power can only be achieved by a body of adult male voices, and I feel especially fortunate to have been there to hear it.
Audience Feedback