The Pandora Consort
The Pandora Consort is composed of young artists who are passionate about early music, Kendra Comstock and Angie Tyler. Both graduates of the Historical Performance Masters program at the Longy School of Music, Angie and Kendra met in 2019 and bonded over their love of singing early music and creating unique performances. The two have performed with the Boston Camerata, the Amherst Early Music Festival, the Madison Early Music Festival, Ensemble 44, the Concordia Consort, and other early music groups. Past performances have included works by Purcell, C.P.E. Bach, J.S. Bach, Strozzi, Josquin, Handel, Lassus, De la Guerre, and others. This group was formed with the mission of creating accessible, modern performances of Early Music. The name comes from the myth of Pandora’s box, and the human need to seek the unknown. The Pandora Consort aims to reimagine classical music performance with multimedia, interactive performance, under-represented music. This is done by supporting young artists of every medium to create relevant, innovative performances that can attract a wider audience. The Pandora Consort pushes the boundaries of what a classical concert is.
See the Engagements page for information on upcoming performances.