When Mozart got married, he made a pact with heaven. The result was the C minor Mass: a choral masterpiece on the grandest possible scale. If you’re moved by Mozart’s famous Requiem, you’re sure to enjoy this. And it’s a glorious upbeat to Janet Wheeler’s exuberant new choral showpiece I Sing and Ever Shall: a joyous, shamelessly tuneful celebration of singing in all its forms.
Amongst words by a range of poets including Emily Dickinson and Rabindranath Tagore comes an energetic dance movement inspired by Scottish mouth music and vocal exercises.