Dedicated to the ancient music of the Mediterranean on period instruments, ALBA Consort has performed on some of the most prestigious early music series to standing ovations and rave reviews including the Howard Mayer Brown International Early Music Series at the University of Chicago Presents, Chicago; at the acclaimed "Early Music Now" concert series in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; at the "Academy of Early Music" series in Ann Arbor and Bloomfield, MI; and for Toledo Ohio's "Our Lady Cathedral" series. ALBA has performed in New York for Barge Music, at the Greene Space (also podcast on WQXR radio) for the GEMSLive! series, the Dweck Center in the Brooklyn Library, at the Church of the Heavenly Rest Music and Art series, Midtown Concerts, Music at St. Albans and with the Long Island Baroque Ensemble, and was jury selected to perform for the National Conference of Chamber Music America.
ALBA has lead workshops and lectures at the University of Chicago's Oriental Institute and Hofstra University.
ALBA Consort continues to pursue original programming tracing cross cultural influences through ancient music.
"The performance was certainly an accomplishment—... to (re)construct such early works and execute them as persuasively as Alba did...bringing the contrasting harmonic idioms of the various regions vividly to life." Chicago Classical Review, 2015
"They performed a program that was built of floridly ornamented, intensely melismatic vocal melodies, and deftly interwoven instrumental lines, and full of distinct cultural influences,. . .drew the audience into what proved to be a fascinating performance." Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, November 18, 2012
"Alone and in combination, all are excellent and enthralling musicians." Shepherd Express, 2012
“Alba Consort performs the music and song that emerged from an era of peace and mutual respect among cultures in medieval Spain.” Suffolk Times, April 30, 2009.