Performer
Since 1986, Larry Lipkis has been a core member of the Baltimore Consort, an internationally acclaimed early music ensemble specializing in popular music of the Renaissance and Baroque eras. The group has made fourteen recordings on the Dorian label and maintains an active touring schedule of 30-35 concerts per year. Larry plays viola da gamba and Renaissance winds with the Consort. In the photo below, the Consort at the Cloisters in New York. Click on the photo to listen to "Baila Nena," a Galician folksong, which is the final track on our latest CD, Adio España. The song features countertenor Jose Lemos (seated below). Larry also teaches viola da gamba and recorder at various national workshops and conclaves, such as Viols West, the Viola da Gamba Society annual conclave, and Early Music Week at Pinewoods, run by the Country Dance and Song Society, where he has served as program director..

Larry also teaches viola da gamba and recorder at various national workshops and conclaves, such as Viols West, the Viola da Gamba Society annual conclave, the American Recorder Society, and Early Music Week at Pinewoods, run by the Country Dance and Song Society, where he has served as program director..

Since 1986, Larry Lipkis has been a core member of the Baltimore Consort, an internationally acclaimed early music ensemble specializing in popular music of the Renaissance and Baroque eras. The group has made fourteen recordings on the Dorian/SonoLuminus label and maintains an active touring schedule. Larry plays viola da gamba and Renaissance winds with the Consort. In the photo below, the Consort poses before a concert at the Cloisters in New York.

Click on the photo to listen to "Baila Nena," a Galician folksong, which is the final track on our latest CD, Adio España. The song features countertenor Jose Lemos (seated below).