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Funny Little Girl Conducts Choir
Someone was really feeling themselves at church this Sunday.
February 2, 2021
Keeping the Great Christmas Choral Tradition Alive
Most people acknowledge that phrases like “the Christmas spirit” and “the magic of Christmas” describe real phenomena, but ...
December 13, 2020
Noble Singing at Saint Thomas Choir School, 100 Years On
One block south of New York's Central Park, a 1,000-year-old choral tradition is thriving at Saint Thomas Choir ...
October 29, 2019
Album Review: ‘Choral Music’
I first came across Richard Allain's music at one of Alistair Dixon's “New Lamps for Old” concerts with his ensemble ...
May 9, 2019
The Passion and the Beauty: Why Easter Music Will Send a Shiver up Your Spine
Easter is one of those times of year when even the most irregular churchgoers can feel impelled to ...
Secret Masses, Setting Faith Into Music, and the English Reformation
When England's King Henry VIII broke from the Roman Catholic Church in the 16th century, it was as ...
March 21, 2019
Magnificat: Women’s Voices in Celebration of Saint Mary
A Magnificat is a canticle, a Latin word that means "magnify," and in this context "My soul magnifies ...
March 8, 2019
100 Years of ‘A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols,’ at King’s College Chapel, Cambridge
“A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols,” at King’s College Chapel in Cambridge, England, is the sound of ...
December 17, 2018
Three Choral Albums Commemorating World War I
The centenary of the Armistice has inevitably called forth musical responses, and the centenary of Hubert Parry's death ...
Rachmaninoff’s Lost Russia, Captured in his ‘Vespers’
For most, the brilliant composer Sergei Rachmaninoff brings to mind powerful piano works and an iconic, unequivocally Russian sound. ...
November 8, 2018
Album Review: ‘In Sorrow’s Footsteps’
This latest disc from The Marian Consort and director Rory McCleery (on Delphian), “In Sorrow's Footsteps,” compares and contrasts old and modern ...
September 4, 2018
Album Review: ‘Passion and Polyphony: Sacred Choral Music by Frank Martin and James MacMillan’
It sometimes seems as if London might have a finite pool of professional singers, with familiar faces cropping ...
May 30, 2018
Singapore Becomes Latest Country to Cast Doubt on China’s COVID-19 Vaccines
Scientist Who Denounced Lab Leak Theory Recused From Lancet’s COVID-19 Commission
Isabel van Brugen
The Lancet Updates Letter That Dubbed COVID-19 Lab Leak a ‘Conspiracy Theory’
Isabel van Brugen
Colorado Shooting Kills 3, Including Police Officer and Suspect
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Trump Organization Sues New York City for Cancelling Golf Course Contract
US Rejects Maduro’s Plea for Biden to Lift Sanctions on Venezuela: Report
Outgoing North Carolina Senator Backs McRory After Trump Endorsed Budd
California Lawmakers Dispute Gov. Newsom’s Use of Emergency Powers
Former White House Chief of Staff: DeSantis Won’t Run Against Trump in 2024
McCarthy Calls on Biden Admin to Declassify Intelligence on COVID-19 Origin