A Night with Mozart and Salieri, and the Amazing Pacific Chorale
By Truman C. Wang for classicalvoice.org Read the full review here.
“The Pacific Chorale deserved the highest accolade of the evening, giving thrilling accounts of Dies irae and two reconstructed fugues by Levin (the Osanna fugue and the Amen fugue at the end of Lacrimosa). But they were most memorable in the simple motet Ave verum corpus, in a sublime reading of peace, serenity and otherworldly beauty that, for three minutes at least, delivered the listener from the pains and sufferings of worldly existence.”
Pacific Chorale regularly performs with Maestro Carl St.Clair and Pacific Symphony.
Learn where you can see Pacific Chorale in concert here.