Founded by three musicians with a wealth of performing experience, individually and in ensembles, Voces Intimae gave their first concerts as a trio in 1998. Since that time the ensemble has performed in many of Italy’s major cities, from Turin and Milan in the north, to Florence, Rome, L’Aquila and Pescara in the centre of the country, and Messina and Catanzaro in the south. They have enjoyed notable success in London in performances at St John’s Smith Square and Wigmore Hall, the latter concert broadcast live on BBC Radio 3. The Strad described Voces Intimae’s Wigmore Hall concert as "a performance of inspired clarity and subtle expression, characterised by a transparent reading and flawless intonation.” Elsewhere in Europe, Voces Intimae has performed in Brussels, Barcelona, Bratislava, Utrecht, Vienna and, most recently, at the Kitzbühl Festival (Austria). In November 2005, Voces Intimae performs in Antwerp. Voces Intimae’s repertoire has concentrated on the work of musicians inspired and befriended by Johann Wolfgang Goethe, fantasias and paraphrases based on operas of Bellini, Donizetti and Verdi and Italian and French trios composed at the turn of the 20th century.