Vox Clamantis is a vocal ensemble that revolves around its leader Jaan-Eik Tulve. During the 20 years of its existence singers have come and left again, but one man and his vision of music has always been consistently in the centre. It all started with Gregorian chant, which Tulve studied in Paris in the 1990s. Back in Estonia he formed Vox Clamantis in 1996 to continue singing these old plainsongs that are the foundation of Western art music. The ensemble has worked together with players of electric guitar, oud and nyckelharpa, and has often performed music from Estonian composers such as the famous Arvo Pärt. Vox Clamantis has recorded both albums and movie soundtracks.