Boston Globe: Cummings returns to the Handel and Haydn Society

Posted on Dec 19, 2015 in Laurence Cummings, Reviews | No Comments
Boston Globe: Cummings returns to the Handel and Haydn Society

“Previous editions of the Handel and Haydn Society’s “Bach Christmas” have been generous with the guest composers, ranging as far afield as Mexico and Russia. But this year’s “Bach Christmas” is just that: three cantatas — 36 (“Schwingt freudig euch empor”), 133 (“Ich freue mich in dir”), and 140 (“Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme”) […]

Cummings’ Agrippina “well worth the journey”

Posted on May 19, 2015 in Artist News, Laurence Cummings, News, Reviews | No Comments
Cummings’ Agrippina “well worth the journey”

“Good though the singers are, they are almost eclipsed by the vivid, virtuosic Festival Orchestra. Laurence Cummings keeps rollickingly on track, with unflagging energy and musicality. Well worth the journey.” – Read More

Cummings: Handel’s Deborah Review

Posted on Apr 10, 2014 in Laurence Cummings, Reviews | No Comments
Cummings: Handel’s Deborah Review

“Conducted with ferocious energy and commitment by Laurence Cummings, the performance was exceptional.” Read more here.

Laurence Cummings: Siroe in Göttingen Handel Festival

Posted on May 14, 2013 in Laurence Cummings, Reviews | No Comments
Laurence Cummings: Siroe in Göttingen Handel Festival

“Laurence Cummings’ first season as Artistic Director of Göttingen Handel Festival, conducting Handel’s “Siroe” must count as a five star high point in the Festival’s 93 year history. “Cummings has created an evening that looks and sounds as fresh as if it had been written yesterday, a roller-coaster ride as gripping as a good Bond […]