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Adam Walker - Vocalise

Adam Walker - Vocalise

"www.classicalsource.com" (Both performers delivered an intelligently programmed recital with considerable style and flair, beginning with a substantial work by Schubert.)

Ailyn Perez - Poème d'un jour (Rosenblatt Recitals)

Ailyn Perez - Poème d'un jour (Rosenblatt Recitals)

"Pérez's Hahn and Fauré selections are subtly shaped, but the Massenet is on a different level of immediacy and character." (The Independent)

Anthony Michaels-Moore: Songs of the Sea - Songs of Travel (Rosenblatt Recitals)

Anthony Michaels-Moore: Songs of the Sea - Songs of Travel (Rosenblatt Recitals)

"In all these sea-faring songs Michaels-Moore's voice is richly unfurled. Stanford's settings are great fun, especially when sung and played as enthusiastically as here. As his songs do not receive the attention that they deserve, these selections fill a gap." (International Record Review)

Buxtehude: Membra Jesu Nostri (Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford)

Buxtehude: Membra Jesu Nostri (Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford)

John Mark Ainsley (Tenor); Robin Blaze (Counter-tenor); Giles Underwood (Bass);

"Membra Jesu Nostri is a cycle of seven cantatas, each contemplating a part of Jesus on the cross: feet, knees, hands, side, breast, heart and face. John Mark Ainsley, Robin Blaze and Giles Underwood owe their careers to the time they spent in this choir and return to sing with an intensity suitable to the intimately sensuous nature of the work, ably supported by the choir and its particularly fine trebles. String playing is outstanding throughout, with the viol consort Phantasm deliciously taut and sinewy in the lovely sixth cantata, Upon the Heart." (The Observer ★★★★★)

Hess: Love's Labours Lost & Love's Labour's Won - Music & Speeches (Royal Shakespeare Comp

Hess: Love's Labours Lost & Love's Labour's Won - Music & Speeches (Royal Shakespeare Comp

Sam Alexander (Ferdinand); William Belchambers (Longaville); Tunji Kasim (Dumaine); Edward Bennett (Berowne/Benedick); Michelle Terry (Rosaline/Beatrice); David Horovitch (Leonato);