Houston Chamber Choir

 
Robert Simpson conducting the Choir.   Photo by Jeff Grass Photography

Robert Simpson conducting the Choir.
Photo by Jeff Grass Photography

 

Houston Chamber Choir’s newly released recording of Duruflé: Complete Choral Works, produced by Grammy® Award winning producer Blanton Alspaugh for Signum Records, has received accolades from two world-renowned choral professionals, Dale Warland and Simon Carrington.

In an April 13th review penned by Warland, the Chamber Choir is praised for their “beautiful, artistic singing and thoughtful, sensitive music-making at every turn.” Warland has made an impression on contemporary choral music both nationally and internationally as a choral conductor, composer and educator.

An earlier review by Yale University professor emeritus and King’s Singers Founding Member and original Music Director Simon Carrington applauds the “wonderfully radiant and flexible singing from the Houston Chamber Choir under their director Robert Simpson...a superb recording to be treasured.” Carrington has had a long, distinguished career in music in both the United Kingdom and United States.

The CD is now on sale for pre-order for $15 with autographed copies for $20.

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DURUFLÉ: COMPLETE CHORAL WORKS