Snider reworks mass into requiem for the environment to spectacular effect.
From First Ladies to female statues, with Heggie and Barton expect the unexpected.
American mezzo Jamie Barton tells Clive Paget about recording Unexpected Shadows, Limelight’s Recording of the Month for October.
Choirs perform an essential role in many of our rituals – in fact the Requiem was a response to medieval plagues. So how do choirs fare during pandemics?
Komitas reworked explores unusual but captivating Armenian sacred music.
As the choir celebrates its centenary, Ria Andriani takes a look at its origins and a new work that Elena Kats-Chernin and Tamara-Anna Cislowska have created for the occasion.
Neglected gems get a polish from a master and his apprentice.
Spicer presents a colourful and fragrant musical bouquet of Marian works.
MacMillan plumbs mystical depths with enormous creativity.
A thoughtful but emotionally inconsistent account of Shostakovich’s social commentary.
D’Oustrac and Gaillard make all kinds of madness seem vicariously pleasurable.
An English song recital, and for once one to savour in one sitting.
Prohaska and Drake's intriguing programme of songs tells us all about Eve.