Quigley’s Seraphic Fire is a “taut, mellifluous force”

Posted on Jan 29, 2017 in Patrick Dupre Quigley, Reviews | No Comments
Quigley’s Seraphic Fire is a “taut, mellifluous force”

“Just as Bach’s music is eternal, so could one have listened for ages. The two ensembles hung together seamlessly, producing Bach of the most shapely and effervescent variety. Welser-Most kept the orchestra, including three brilliant trumpets, in perfect balance with the singers, and Seraphic Fire lived up its reputation as a taut, mellifluous force.”

— Read more at cleveland.com.

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