REVIEW: BREMF: GAIA – Three Intermedi for a Living Planet

November 15, 2016

The music was superb, opening with tremendous aplomb with Josquin des Prez’s Qui habitat. Astonishing opening, lifting, soring purity of voice rising into the high ethereal vaults of this highest of Parish churches, the programme of music was ambitious in scope and well thought out and balanced and the combination of choir , singers and orchestras matched the huge space well, taking the sound and giving it the majesty and volume that St Bartholomew demands, and I wish the afternoon had continued in such tremendous vein.

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