Omnes Musica is a large chamber ensemble dedicated to contemporary and rarely-played music from other eras. The ensemble, based in London UK, is conducted and directed by its founder the Canadian conductor Marie-France Mathieu.
Omnes Musica performs from a repertoire of contemporary music by working with established and emerging composers. In doing so, the ensemble provides a showcase for contemporary composers by playing their compositions and collaborating with them on their artistic projects.
The ensemble also performs the rarely-played music repertoire from other eras with the purpose of unearthing and presenting unknown or hidden musical jewels for the audience.
In addition to playing its own selected repertoire, the ensemble provides a service of performance for composers, singers, artists and artistic organisations (festivals, independent film productions, emerging art organisations, dance companies, etc.) who need musicians to perform or record their music.
Placing great importance on both music and emerging artists, Omnes Musica enjoys mixing technologies and other forms of art and music.
The ensemble consists of flute, oboe, clarinet, string quintet, percussion, two pianos.