Tapestry Vocal Ensemble was founded in 1995 by Laurie Monahan, Cristi Catt, and Daniela Tošić, has established an international reputation for its bold conceptual programming which combines medieval and traditional repertory with contemporary compositions.
Tapestry has won numerous awards, including WQXR and Chamber Music America's Recording of the Year and the prestigious Echo Klassik Prize for their recording Sapphire Night.
Based in Boston, the ensemble made its concert debut in its hometown with performances of Steve Reich's Tehillim at Jordan Hall; additional Boston appearances include the Celebrity Series, Harvard, Radcliffe, and Sanders Theater.
Other Tapestry engagements include the festivals at Utrecht, Maastricht, Flanders, Regensburg, the Hannover A Capella Woche, Donne in Musica, Rome, Festival International des Musiques Sacrées de Québec, Le Domaine Forget, the Sacred Music Festival and the International Medieval Congress of Kalamazoo, as well as the Hildegard von Bingen Symposium at the University of Oregon, Da Camera of Houston series, Tucson Early Music Society, Cleveland's Museum Concerts, New York City's Frick Collection, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Rockefeller University, Stanford University, Stanford, and many others.
Tapestry has made four recordings for Telarc International: Angeli, Celestial Light, Song of Songs, and The Fourth River. Tapestry has two CD recordings with German Label MDG: Sapphire Night and Faces of a Woman.