On December 5 at 8:00 pm, Bella Voce Camerata will present “A Renaissance Christmas” on WFMT (fm 98.7).   Tune in to hear this one-per-part ensemble perform a two hour exploration of beautiful Renaissance works from Europe and the New World.   The four-voice ensemble will feature Kaitlin Foley (soprano), Orna Arania (alto), Matthew Dean (tenor) and Eric Miranda (bass).   The vocalists will be accompanied by Brandon Acker on lute and guitar, and the group will be led by Artistic Director Andrew Lewis.   Join us for an enchanting journey through Christmas music of the Renaissance.   Monday, December 5, 8:00 pm on WFMT (98.7 fm) or streaming at


Holiday Delights return

In a few short weeks, Bella Voce's beloved Christmas program returns.   Experience an enchanting collection of a cappella ancient carols and contemporary creations, festive popular songs with lesser known gems.  It’s a chance to connect, rejoice, and reflect.   Please join us.  For complete details and to order tickets, click here.



Our Story

Bella Voce proudly enriches Chicago’s rich cultural tapestry through intimate, moving performances of vocal music.  Since 1983, our ensemble has enchanted audiences with historically informed presentations of vocal works, whether well-known, rare, or new.   We invite our audiences to join us in discovering artworks that have the power to lift us up, move us, and transform us.  Our concerts are crafted through research and careful attention to perfomance practices, and we partner with Chicago’s top period instrument ensembles to bring works for voice and orchestra to life.  Our repertoire and performance practices are rooted in the discipline of the English Renaissance and European Baroque traditions, and we boldly break boundaries to challenge our audiences to explore the expressive and artistic potential the human musical imagination.  We are committed to Chicago and to making the world a safer, more peaceful, more beautiful place through art.

Bella Voce Documentary

In this brief documentary video, Bella Voce's Artistic Director Andrew Lewis reflects on the art and craft of singing and of making choral music.