Fredrik Malmberg – musical leader

Professor and head of the department for choral studies at the Royal Academy in Stockholm. He is also the principal conductor for Eric Ericsson's Chamber Choir. Together with his ensemble Vokalharmonin (Harmony of Voices) he has recorded music from the early Italian and French baroque repertoire, i.e. Monteverdi, Carissimi and Charpentier, as well as contemporary music. Fredrik is also a sought after pianist and organist and will lead this project from a chamber organ.

Johan Linderoth – Orfeo

The Swedish tenor Johan Linderoth participates regularly as soloist in masses, oratories and passion works of composers from Monteverdi to Mozart but holds a particular fondness for works of the 17th century. Johan is an accomplished interpreter of English lute songs with two internationally acclaimed recordings on his list: songs by John Dowland and Henry Purcell/ John Blow respectively. His evangelist renditions on recordings of Heinrich Schütz St Luke's passion and the Auferstehungshistorie both recorded with Ars Nova Copenhagen under Paul Hillier have been highly applauded.

Helena Ek - La Musica

Swedish soprano. Working in the fields of early, traditional and contemporary music all over Scandinavia. Recent cooperation with the lutenist Jakob Lindberg, Arte die Suonatori and the Ricercar Consort.

Kristina Hellgren - Euridice, Proserpina

Swedish Soprano. Much sought after soloist for oratories and chamber music with operatic experience from the Drottningholm Palace Theatre.

Anna Einarsson – Messaggiera

Mezzosoprano. Born and raised in Lund Anna now lives in Oslo working as a concert and opera singer performing everything between Monteverdi and Verdi.

Else Torp – Ninfa

Danish soprano. As a soloist performed baroque music with ensembles like the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and Lautten Compagney Berlin. Tours all over the world with Theatre of Voices, often with contemporary music.

Anna Zander – Speranza

Mezzo-soprano from Sweden in much demand as soloist both in Sweden and in Europe. Worked with conductors as Ton Koopmans, Reinhardt Goebel and Arnold Östman.

Niklas Engquist - Pastore, Apollo

Swedish tenor. Niklas is frequently engaged as a soloist in oratorios and concerts and has appeared with orchestras such as the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Concerto Copenhagen, the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra, Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra.

Daniel Ĺberg – Pastore

Swedish Baritone. Performs regularly as soloist in baroque together with ensembles like Concerto Copenhagen, DR Underholdningsorkestret, Musica Vitae, Gävle symfoniorkester and the Vocal Ensemble of the Danish Radio where he holds a position since 2007.

Steffen Bruun - Caronte

Danish bass performing regularly with the major symphony orchestras of Denmark. Recent recordings include a performance of Klenau's Symphony no 9 and a new recording of Carl Nielsens Masquerade, both in cooperation with the Danish national Symphony Orchestra. He has sung Sarastro and is often cast for the low bass roles in Monteverdi's operas.

Nils Gustén – Plutone

Nils Gustén is a young and promising bass with a beautiful timbre and a moving stage presence. This season he will make his debut as Osmin in Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail in France. Recently he has been engaged at Det Kongelige Teater in Copenhagen singing Colline in La Bohéme and at Malmö Opera singing the part The Death in the opera Der Kaiser von Atlantis by Viktor Ullmann. He has also been engaged at the Royal Opera House in Stockholm singing in Min bror är Don Juan (My brother is Don Juan), a production that also has been guesting Mannheim, Germany. This summer he sang the title role in Il Turco in Italia at Läckö Slottsopera in Sweden. Nils Gusteén is a frequently hired concert soloist. In the beginning of 2015 he was one of the soloists in the prestigious and nationally broadcasted "Trettondagskonserterna" in Sweden under Patrik Ringborg's baton. Mr Gustén has amongst other pieces performed Verdi's and Mozart's Requiems, the Nelson mass by Haydn, Dettinger Te Deum by Handel and Mozart's Coronation Mass.