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Ana Maria Labin (soprano), Helen Sherman (mezzo), Ben Johnson (tenor), Anna Devin (soprano), Rebecca Bottone (soprano), Robert Murray (tenor), Martene Grimson (soprano), Eleanor Dennis (soprano)
The Mozartists, Ian Page
Bold yet highly sensitive, Page and his musicians show what makes this musicians show what makes this music great. Page draws on a deep bench of vocal talent; of his eight soloists, Rebecca Bottone... — More…
Malcolm Martineau (piano), John Chest (baritone), Janis Kelly (soprano), Lorna Anderson (soprano), Ben Johnson (tenor), Ann Murray (mezzo), Nigel Cliffe (baritone), Thomas Oliemans (baritone), Sarah Connolly (mezzo), Iestyn Davies (countertenor)
Another lovely evening in an imaginary salon…a plurality of voices evokes a gathering of friends taking turns…At the heart of the disc, Lorna Anderson’s stillness in Le secret is utterly entrancing,... — More…
Malcolm Martineau (piano), Ann Murray (mezzo), John Chest (baritone), Iestyn Davies (countertenor), Nigel Cliffe (baritone), Ben Johnson (tenor), Lorna Anderson (soprano), Janis Kelly (soprano), Joan Rodgers (soprano)
This fine start to the cycle more than whets the appetite for future volumes. — More…
Sophie Bevan (soprano), Clint van der Linde (countertenor), Ben Johnson (tenor) & Hakan Vramsmo, Colin Campbell (baritones)
Rodolfus Choir & Southern Sinfonia, Ralph Allwood
they achieve remarkable facility in passagework: I've never heard nine basses in such perfect accord in the tortuous 'Et iterum venturus est'...The soloists are a fine team. In 'Domine Deus',... — More…
Ben Johnson (tenor), James Baillieu (piano), Christopher Ainslie (countertenor), Benedict Nelson (baritone), Martin Owen (horn) & Lucy Wakeford (harp)
the expressive nuance of James Baillieu's piano accompanying is reminiscent of Britten's own...Johnson is at his best in Still Falls the Rain and in The Death of Narcissus, in writing that reveals... — More…