“Skidmore’s programming is wonderfully thoughtful: the quiet aura that surrounds the opening lines of Alec Roth’s The Flower blossoms into a luminous halo in James MacMillan’s So Deep. And a central sequence of partsongs by Joubert, Britten and Vaughan Williams proved that there really isn’t much to choose from – in quality of inspiration, at any rate – between these three British masters. Expect similar revelations, as this beautifully-conceived programme evolves and ripens in summers to come.”
Read the rest of the Birmingham Post review.
And book now for Summer Music by Candlelight next year!