“Ecclesia Consort gives plenty of reasons to sing its praises.”

“Fine part-singing, well-balanced and right on the money when it came to intonation.”

“The group sounded lush and well-balanced.”

“the singers were right on the mark, tight, clean and centered”

“the Te Deum Laudamus was glorious, with a nice full-bodied choral sound to go
with the blazing trumpets”

“Masse had a nice touch with the Bach, opting for brisk tempos, but not rushing it like so many early-music groups do. There was a sense of majesty to it, of poise and balance.”

Channing Gray, Providence Journal Bulletin, Arts Writer.