With his latest CD, L’Acheron entitled A consort’s monument returns to English music for consort of viol, and is joined by a positive organ and a virginal.
Resmusica praises it in this May 10 article:
On the whole, the keyboard instruments played colla parte blend so well with the sound of the violas that you sometimes have to listen to make sure they are there. If we can say of a consort of quality viol that it sounds like an organ, in reference to the homogeneity of the timbres, this is the case of L’Achéron. It’s even more obvious here, when the organ mixes with the violas. Three short moments allow us to hear the keyboard instruments ring alone, in improvisations on themes of the time. The summit is an improvisation on a Simpson Ground played jointly with the organ and the virginal, where Philippe Grisvard and Yoann Moulin assault on inventiveness in a perfect balance.