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“Ex Cathedra’s singers ebb and flow”, Concert Dansé, Arts Desk

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Arts Desk has reviewed International Dance Festival 2014’s Concert Dansé, which was performed at Symphony Hall on 2 May 2014. “Ex Cathedra’s singers ebb and flow on the stage to make way for the dancers without losing a thread of

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“The superb Jeffrey Skidmore”, Concert Dansé, Birmingham Post

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The Birmingham Post has reviewed International Dance Festival 2014’s Concert Dansé, which was performed at Symphony Hall on 2 May 2014. “Symphony Hall possesses a mighty stage which opened up (sans orchestral seating, of course) to reveal a superb playing

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Quintessential Ex Cathedra: 2014/15 Season announced

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We’re pleased to announce details of our 2014/15 programme. The season begins with an evening of sumptuous French Baroque music by Michel-Richard de Lalande and includes a joyful performance of Handel’s Messiah, the world premiere of James MacMillan’s new work Seven Angels and

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An Elizabethan Christmas

Ex Cathedra Consort Jeffrey Skidmore conductor James Johnstone organ   Programme includes: Byrd               Mass for Four Voices Byrd               Great Service (Magnificat & Nunc dimittis) Gibbons        This is the record of John Gibbons        See, see the Word is incarnate Tallis              Videte miraculum Sheppard      Verbum caro

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‘Magical and uplifting’, Brazilian Baroque, Church Times

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The Church Times has reviewed our Brazilian Baroque concert, which was performed at Town Hall, Birmingham on Saturday 1 March 2014. The full review, written by Roderic Dunnett, is below. BRAZIL is the focus of sporting events this summer, but its

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‘Caught with haunting serenity by the singers of Ex Cathedra’, Brazilian Baroque, The Telegraph

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The Telegraph has reviewed our Brazilian Baroque concert, which was performed at Town Hall, Birmingham on Saturday 1 March 2014. ‘(Skidmore captured) the gently swaying beauty of the unaccompanied Oh! pulchra es by Luís Álvares Pinto, composed in 18th-century Recife

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