The name of the group refers to his Andalusian origins, but also its intention to address vocal programs historic chamber music from an open and heterodox vision, with special attention to Spanish repertoire. Its members are united by a line of work and common training for nearly a decade under the direction of Lluís Vilamajó, Lambert Climent and Carlos Mena within the Coro Barroco de Andalucía.
With this starting point they have developed their independent career in early music groups of reference in the Spanish and foreign panorama (Capella Reial de Catalunya, Collegium Vocale Gent, Grande Chapelle, Al Ayre Español, Musica Ficta, Los Músicos de Su Alteza, Nova Lux Ensemble, Choeur de Chambre de Namur, Form Antiqva, Ghislieri Consort, Vox Luminis, Capella de Ministrers ...), coinciding in many projects.
In 2013 was released the CD Espacios Sonoros at the Cathedral of Jaén. Juan Manuel de la Puente (1692-1753) recorded by VANDALIA (13 player score) along with the Orquesta Barroca de Sevilla under the direction of Enrico Onofri and Lluís Vilamajó within the Project Atalaya (Recovery Andalusian musical heritage which also included a concert tour (Prometheus seal OBS).
In July 2015 they recorded their new album in a quartet for Brilliant label. It is a monograph devoted to the songs for 3 and 4 voices of Juan Vasquez (1500-1560), composer of the Golden Age of Andalusian school. This program was premiered in concert by VANDALIA in last edition (2015) of the prestigious and veteran Early Music Festival in Seville (FEMAS XXXII) with extraordinary success of audiences and critics.