Wildwood Consort, founded in 2008, is a chamber ensemble specializing in music of the renaissance and baroque for mixed instruments and voices. We create programs depicting vital cultural and historical themes, each illustrated by a selection of rarely performed musical works.
We invite you to join our mail list and visit frequently for announcements of upcoming concerts.
Thanks to houseconcertspdx.org for providing a wonderful intimate setting for chamber music!
Thanks to the music and poetry lovers who attended our Audible Landscapes program at Multnomah County Library on December 22. We will perform it again at University of Portland’s Mago Hunt Center on January 15 at 12 PM.
Photo by James Kuhn
Thanks to friends old and new who attended Wildwood Consort’s all-Buxtehude program at St. Aidans Episcopal Church on April 28 and at Multnomah Central Library on May 19. Reviews of the concert are available here.
Thanks to all who attended our Friday Jan. 25 Monteverdi concert. A review of the event is available here.
In 2008 when Wildwood Consort was founded, several of its members lived in the vicinity of Portland’s Wildwood Trail. We are now more geographically diverse, but Wildwood Consort still rehearses weekly on NW Aspen Ave., a short walk down the trail from this spot.