Cappella Romana in good company
David Stabler, classical music critic for the Oregonian, mentioned Cappella Romana’s concert in November 2007 as one of the highlights of the season, alongside a concert by the David York Ensemble, Trio Mediaeval, and last night’s concert of the Tallis Scholars.
“I can’t remember a fall season of such extraordinary choral concerts, from Cappella Romana’s premiere of Robert Kyr’s rapturous environmental oratorio, “A Time for Life,” to the heavenly stillness of David York Ensemble’s performance of “Miserere” by Henryk Gorecki, to Trio Mediaeval’s Norwegian folk magic, to the elaborately arched beauty of the Tallis Scholars.
Lucky us. “