Our presentations of Handel’s Israel in Egypt (May 13) and Bach’s Saint Matthew Passion (March 26) were both reviewed by the New York Times.
Israel in Egypt
“The choir, meticulously prepared as always by John Scott, the organist and music director at the church, seemed unusually energized. The boys especially, looking typically angelic in their red cassocks, sang with animated, almost bloodthirsty commitment.” (read more)
Saint Matthew Passion
“The group [The Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys] can rise to a mighty clamor in crowd scenes, but its most remarkable effort on Thursday came in the chorale immediately following the death of Jesus: hushed, sensitive and beautiful.” (read more)