The Bellefield Singers, (Major Auditions Winnner, 1992), Pittsburgh's only professional a cappella vocal ensemble, pride themselves on the wide range of their repertoire. By mixing styles and timbres, and changing pace frequently, the ensemble keeps its audience interested and involved. It's their eclectic mix of old and new which distinguishes these artists from all others. Two of the singers were members of the Robert Shaw Festival Singers who performed and recorded with Mr. Shaw in Carnegie Hall and France.
Simon Carrington, founder and 25-year member of the King's Singers of England, called the Bellefield Singers "the most elegant, refined and musical small ensemble I have heard since settling in the U.S. Their interpretations of everything from Josquin to Judy Collins are stylish and highly engaging."