“Les Canards Chantants, an ensemble (founded in England but now in Philadelphia) known for finely tuned vocals, robust singing, emotional flexibility, and sense of adventure…”
Broad Street Review

‘The six-voice Canards are highly animated performers, playing off of each other with visual theatricality that bordered on mugging, but never at the expense of elegant vocalism.’
– Philadelphia Inquirer

‘Among the most impressive performances were those of Les Canards Chantants, which presented a brilliant and moving program of late Italian madrigals—this was some of the best Gesualdo and D’India you are likely to hear…’
– Early Music America Magazine

‘…the “Singing Ducks” instilled their superb performances with the liveliness and theatricality that were historically an important part of the madrigal tradition…’
– Boston Musical Intelligencer