“…long-time collaborators Daniel Taylor and Suzie LeBlanc lit up the night with a dazzling display of virtuosity in a selection of Handel’s greatest arias and duos…Taylor and LeBlanc gave the sense of freshness that can only come from rigorous attention to detail.” — Read more at La Scena Musicale.
Daniel Taylor Taylor’s CD, “Four Thousand Winter” has been nominated for a 2017 JUNO in the category of “Classical Album of the Year: Vocal or Choral.” For more information on the 2017 JUNO Awards and 2017 nominations, please visit www.junoawards.ca.
“After the brilliant success of his previous album Four Thousand Winter, Canadian countertenor Daniel Taylor returns to offer us a Christmas season with the voices of his superb Trinity Choir… the Trinity Choir brings together the finest flowering of the most beautiful chorister voices…” —Read more at the Montreal Gazette.
“Daniel Taylor gets first-rate singing from The Trinity Choir…Looking at some of the names in its ranks, the quality of the choir’s sound and ensemble is hardly surprising.” — Read more at Financial Times.
“The Tree of Life includes stunning a cappella vocal performances by The Trinity Choir in a beautiful juxtaposition of poignant 20th century works with early music gems, all realized with Daniel’s dedicated attention to detail and creative expertise.” — Read more at hbdirect.com.
“In a vigorous and absorbing performance of this 1747 work by Philharmonia Baroque, the musical special effects kept coming Friday, December 2, at the First United Methodist Church in Palo Alto.” — Read more at San Francisco Classical Voice.
“Taylor followed with a rendition of ‘Where’ere you walk’ from Handel’s Semele that was truly sublime. The transcendence that we were about to experience in the ensuing hours had begun to unfold…Next came world famous Canadian tenor Benjamin Butterfield singing Mandoline by Claude Debussy, Marie by Randy Newman, and Die Taubenpost by Franz Schubert. Butterfield, […]
“Bach got what he deserved last Friday evening. That is, the perfect setting for his music at Lehigh University’s Packer Memorial Church…The soloists, who have all appeared at past festivals, are familiar with the works of Bach and always able to portray the power and mystery of his work. They are soprano Agnes Zsigovics, bass […]
“…I encountered a final “Amen” so hypnotic and absorbing, the fugues full of drama. They sealed the impression that not only is Halls an engagingly graceful conductor to watch, but he’s an imaginative interpreter who can offer fresh insight into a work that you may have thought you knew well” – Read more at twincities.com.