Consorto Etereo is an early music ensemble that focuses mainly on the rich repertoire of the Renaissance period. The core of this ensemble consists of gambist Adelheid Glatt, recorder player Johanna Lambrechts and singer Emma Coopman.

Depending on the program, they are amplified by several musicians. Consorto Etereo has already immersed itself in the songbooks of Margareta Van Austria and the music that sounded at the court of Charles V. A third program shows the composers who musically bring texts by Francesco Petrarca to life.

In addition to its own elaborated programmes, consorto Etereo also offers musical support to choirs and vocal ensembles.