Cross Rhythms

  • Malcolm Archer

Interview with Malcolm Archer on Winchester College Chapel Choir & Mozart’s Requiem (Cross Rhythms)

Tony Cummings from Cross Rhythms spoke with the director of Winchester College Chapel Choir, Malcolm Archer. January 26th 2018. Reproduced from Cross Rhythms website. Malcolm Archer has been rightly called “one of the world’s leading church musicians” and his achievements are, quite [...]

2018-08-09T03:03:28+00:0027th January, 2018|Tags: , , |
  • Mozart Requiem

Mozart: Requiem – “A unique group of young singers who perform to the highest standards” (Cross Rhythms)

Mozart: Requiem (CR036) Review by Cross Rhythms Listen and buy now on Convivium Records Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) is one of the giants of classical music and it is my considered opinion that anyone who claims to love music should [...]

2018-09-02T16:52:44+00:0022nd October, 2017|Tags: , , , , , |
  • Ars Nova

György Orbán: Hungarian Choral Music – “Worthy of further investigation” ★★★★ (Cross Rhythms)

György Orbán: Hungarian Choral Music (CR028) Review by Cross Rhythms Listen and buy now on Convivium Records The booklet blurb on this CD is mainly about the success story of the Ars Nova Vocal Ensemble from Kecskemét, Hungary. Under founder [...]

  • Stanford Choral Music

Stanford: Choral Music – “Winchester College Chapel Choir stand comparison with any cathedral choir” (Cross Rhythms)

Stanford: Choral Music (CR027) Review by Cross Rhythms Listen and buy on Convivium Records Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924) was a prolific and popular composer within the Anglican choral tradition and the chances are that if you have any sort of [...]

  • Hodie! Contemporary Christmas Carols

Hodie! Contemporary Christmas Carols – “Listeners who are ready to extend their horizons will get much from this pleasant collection” 9/10 (Cross Rhythms)

Hodie! Contemporary Christmas Carols (CR024) Review by Cross Rhythms Listen and buy on Convivium Records Hodie! brings together a selection of contemporary Christmas carols and arrangements, a snapshot of an exciting repertoire of Christmas music. Four of these pieces were [...]