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In The Press

The chorus [created] the tingle factor, launching into the Chorus of Demons
with suitable venom and pulling out all the stops as they came to that moment of crowning glory in Praise to the Holiest in the Height.

Yorkshire Post, Mar 2004 Elgar, The Dream of Gerontius

The Leeds chorus made a most impressive sound, exemplary in attack and quality of diction. The strain on sopranos is notorious in this work, but here they stuck to their task and were unstinting in the fortissimo passages.

Yorkshire Post, Nov 2003 Beethoven, Missa Solemnis

This performance contained power and introspection… a meaningful performance, full of integrity.

The Guardian, Sept 2003 Berlioz, Te Deum

[In the Requiem Aeternam] The Leeds Philharmonic Chorus … produced a refined texture. The Dies Irae, by contrast, was a terrifying blaze.

The Guardian, May 2003 Verdi, Requiem

Tingling with atmosphere … as natural as breathing.

Daily Telegraph, May 2003 Verdi, Requiem

We have never heard the Leeds Philharmonic … in finer voice … this concert was one we were all deeply privileged to attend

Yorkshire Post, Dec 2001 Mahler, Symphony No. 2

One of the finest performances we are ever likely to hear.

Yorkshire Post, May 2001 Walton, Belshazzar's Feast