Review: Dvorak Requiem and Stabat Mater

Last Saturday’s Dvorak concert conducted by Neeme Jarvi was reviewed in the Guardian by Erica Jeal:

“That sound, though, was quite something: all warm, velvety strings and searingly eloquent woodwind melodies, with Järvi’s subtle nudges making the swelling lines ebb, flow and even dance in a way that underlined the hope at the core of the work’s desolation. Superbly drilled, the London Philharmonic Choir came into its own in the a cappella passages, but sang impressively throughout.”

Dvořák Te Deum
Dvořák Stabat Mater

Neeme Järvi conductor
Janice Watson soprano
Dagmar Peckova mezzo soprano
Peter Auty tenor
Peter Rose bass
London Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir

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