The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge and director Graham Ross release the ninth and final disc in the acclaimed Music for the Church Year series on Harmonia Mundi this month, ‘O lux beata Trinitas: Music for Trinity’.
The disc was reviewed on BBC Radio 3’s Record Review on 19 May (at around 1 hr 39 mins); listen again on the BBC website.
Praise for previous discs in the series:
“Taking inspiration from the seasons of the Anglican year – Advent, Passiontide, Pentecost, Easter – Graham Ross and the mixed-voice Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, have put together a thoughtful series of recordings that keep one foot in traditional Oxbridge Renaissance repertoire while also moving that tradition determinedly forwards into the 21st century.” GRAMOPHONE
“These are, all told, performances of real quality and intelligence, by a choir which has carved a highly distinctive niche for itself amid the Oxbridge scramble.” BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE