Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia in Choir and Organ

The March/April 2021 issue of Choir and Organ Magazine has a review for our Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia recording:

“Lost Voices of Hagia Sophia from Cappella Romana, directed by Alexander Lingas, is an extraordinary feat – the first vocal album ever to be recorded in live virtual acoustics. … Stunningly convincing sounds emerge as these accomplished experts in medieval Byzantine chant flow seamlessly through eastern inflections with marmoreal vocal qualities in material impeccably researched and unimpeachably convincing. … They claim that this will ‘transport you back in time’ – a clichéd boast which for once is under-inflated. No chant enthusiast should be without it.”

—Rebecca Tavener, Choir and Organ

See the full review in the March/April issue of Choir and Organ Magazine

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