Tag: Gramophone Magazine

  • Hymns of Kassianí in Gramophone!

    Hymns of Kassianí in Gramophone!

    The August 2021 Issue of Gramophone Magazine features a wonderful new review for Cappella Romana’s Hymns of Kassianí recording! “The booklet includes Lingas’s excellent, lengthy background essay on Kassianí, her reception and the historical context of medieval Byzantine chant, along with the original Greek texts and translations. Recognised among the pre-eminent interpreters of Eastern Orthodox […]

  • Steinberg: Passion Week a Gramophone Recording of the Year

    Steinberg: Passion Week a Gramophone Recording of the Year

    Gramophone Magazine released their 2015 Recordings of the Year issue and included our Maximilian Steinberg: Passion Week recording! “This important and exciting release from the Portland, Oregon-based 26-strong chamber choir is a notable successor to their ‘Good Friday in Jerusalem’ disc (5/15). … This recording closely followed what is believed to have been the premiere […]

  • Gramophone Magazine Names Steinberg: Passion Week An Editor’s Choice!

    Gramophone Magazine Names Steinberg: Passion Week An Editor’s Choice!

    Gramophone Magazine names our new Maximilian Steinberg: Passion Week recording an August Editor’s Choice! “This important and exciting release from the Portland, Oregon-based 26-strong chamber choir is a notable successor to their ‘Good Friday in Jerusalem’ disc (5/15). … This recording closely followed what is believed to have been the premiere complete performance by these […]

  • Good Friday In Jerusalem in Gramophone Magazine

    Good Friday In Jerusalem in Gramophone Magazine

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  • #ThrowbackThursday — Fall of Constantinople Gramophone Review

    #ThrowbackThursday — Fall of Constantinople Gramophone Review

    Before this weekend’s presentations of The Fall of Constantinople, here’s a look back at Gramophone Magazine’s review of our recording of this repertoire: “English-speaking audiences commonly associate Greek Orthodox plainchant with the music of John Tavener, whose work draws substantially from its ethos. This recording confronts plainchant with the compositions of another Western composer, albeit […]

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