Quigley exudes “youthful poise and clear control” with San Francisco Symphony

Posted on Dec 22, 2016 in Patrick Dupre Quigley, Reviews | No Comments
Quigley exudes “youthful poise and clear control” with San Francisco Symphony

“Patrick Dupre Quigley, making an exciting SFS appearance as conductor in recent performances, stressed the qualities that caused Messiah to create such a stir in the first place. Exuding youthful poise and clear control, he mastered the dramatic arc of the narrative strikingly and blew the dust off pages that often sound overfamiliar. Precise but flexible and intensely alert, Quigley was exceptionally well-served by a fine quartet of vocal soloists, all making their SFS debuts.”

— Read more at The Bay Area Reporter.

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