History & Repertoire
The Suspicious Cheese Lords broaden the global repertoire and listenership of choral music by unearthing forgotten works, breathing new life into familiar pieces, and supporting emerging composers.
Community & Blog
The members of the Suspicious Cheese Lords have an eclectic knowledge of early music from the Middle Ages, unrecorded works of Renaissance composers, and Gregorian chant. They love sharing their knowledge with fans and the rest of the world.
Music & Recordings
Aside from live performances and church services, the Suspicious Cheese Lords have recorded 3 albums covering compositions from Jean Mouton, Ludwig Senfl and Elzéar Genet. You can listen to full length recordings or purchase full albums from SCL.
In a genuinely beautiful performance at the Church of the Epiphany ... the Lords showed that they could deliver not only thoughtful interpretations, but rapturous musicmaking as well ... wave upon wave of precisely calibrated, exceptionally moving song.— Stephen Brookes, Washington Post