Sports football betting appJacob Heringman and Susanna Pell have been musical colleagues for almost 25
years and have both enjoyed distinguished careers at the forefront of the early
music movement; Jacob as a soloist and with many prominent period ensembles;
Susanna as a freelance performer and member of the pioneering groups, Fretwork
and The Dufay Collective.
Between them they've made around 150 recordings for major record labels (they've
lost track of the exact number!) and played in many prestigious concert series
and music festivals throughout the world. They can be heard on film soundtracks
such as Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Kingdom of Heaven, The Da
Vinci Code, Elizabeth: The Golden Age, and Ridley Scott's Robin Hood. Jacob appears on Joni Mitchell's 2002 release Travelogue and Susanna on Kate
Bush's 2005 album Aerial.
In 1999 they celebrated their marriage. Composer, Andrew Keeling, wrote a piece,
Pellingmans' Saraband, to mark that occasion. Now they take that title for their
new duo when, for the first time in those many years of performing separately
and together, they focus on combining the unique sonorities of their two
instruments in an exploration of music from the late medieval period through to
the early baroque.
Division-Musick is Pellingmans' Saraband's first recording
and signifies the launch of a new phase in their performing careers.