About TOV:

The English counter-tenor, Mark Chambers, studied at the Royal Northern College of Music from which he graduated in 1992 and was awarded the John Mcleod prize for male singers.

As a soloist Mark Chambers has performed with and The King’s Consort. He has also performed in two world premieres of We shall see Him as He is and The Apocalypse by John Tavener at the BBC Proms. Operatic roles include Andronico in Handel’ Tamerlano at the Britten Pears School and Chorus in an acclaimed production of Rameau's Les Boréades at the Salzburg Festival conducted by Simon Rattle.

Chambers is also in much demand as a choir and ensemble singer, working with many of the world's leading groups; Tenebrae, Monteverdi Choir, Gabrieli Consort, The Binchois Consort, Ensemble Plus Ultra, Les Jeunes Soliste and Theatre of Voices.

Mark Chambers has made many solo and ensemble recordings including a disc of counter-tenor duets by Purcell and his contemporaries with Ryland Angel, a disc of songs by Edmund Rubbra and Ralph Vaughan Williams, and a recording of solo motets by Grandi with the English Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble.