Listen to wonderful choral music from Conspirare.

Conspirare is a vocal ensemble known for delivering uniquely beautiful and transformative musical experiences. Their name comes from Latin (“con” + “spirare”) which means “to breathe together”. They have been been nominated for six Grammys and recently won Best Choral Performance for Sacred Spirit of Russia at the 2015 Grammy Awards.

Their web site says: “Inspired by the power of music to change lives, Conspirare engages audiences in extraordinary musical experiences through world-class choral performances and recordings.” More information about them is available at their web site.

If you have never heard them before, listen to what you have been missing. See them perform if you get the chance. We enjoy attending their concerts here in Austin every year. They are simply fantastic!


Here are some of their most popular songs.

Conspirare (Playlist) – 8 songs, 36 min



Here are their studio albums.

Considering Matthew Shepard (2016) – 33 songs, 1 hr 45 min (2 CDs)


A Company of Voices – Conspirare in Concert (2009) – 18 songs, 1 hr 8 min


Barber: An American Romantic (2012) – 21 songs, 1 hr 19 min


Sing Freedom! African American Spirituals (2011) – 17 songs, 1 hr 12 min


Kevin Puts: To Touch the Sky, If I Were a Swan, Symphony No.. 4 (2013) – 14 songs, 59 min


The Sacred Spirit of Russia (2014) – 22 songs, 1 hr, 17 min


Robert Kyr: The Cloud of Unknowing – Songs of the Soul (2014) – 18 songs, 1 hr 16 min


Pablo Neruda: The Poet Sings (2015) – 8 songs, 1 hr 13 min


Joby Talbot: Path of Miracles (2015) – 4 songs, 1 hr 5 min


O’Regan: Threshold of Night (2008) – 11 songs, 59 min


Requiem – Howells, Whitacre, Pizzetti (2006) – 16 songs, 1 hr 12 min



Here are some videos with songs from their latest album.

Cattle, Horses, Sky and Grass – 6 min 53 sec


We Tell Each Other Stories – 4 min 54 sec


These are videos from a PBS TV special A Company of Voices: Conspirare in Concert featuring their 2010 Grammy-nominated album recorded at Dell Hall, Long Center, Austin, Texas in 2008.

Agnus Dei (Samuel Barber) – 5 min 14 sec


Gabriel’s Oboe (Ennio Morricone) – with cellist Bion Tsang – 2 min 54 sec


Let the River Run (Carly Simon) – 2 min 8 sec


Will There Really Be A Morning – 3 min 25 sec


What If (Eric Whitacre) – 3 min 29 sec


I Love You / What a Wonderful World – 3 min 34 sec



These are links to their website, social media, and general information.

These are links to artist pages at popular music players and music stores.

Photo credit: Considering Matthew Shepard @ Amazon (album cover).

One thought on “Conspirare

  1. Amazing. I had never heard of it. I have a friends who’s part of a chorus, she’ll love it too.
    Hope you find something you like by “blitzwood” too while you’re using Spotify 😉


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